North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory warned that the number of migrant children detained at the border who are moving to North Carolina is increasing and asked the leaders in Washington to solve the problem immediately.
Approximately 1,200 children detained at the border mostly from Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador have moved to North Carolina from January according to federal authorities. The vast majority of these children are staying with relatives in North Carolina. It is expected that the number of undocumented children detained at the border of Central America will increase significantly in the coming weeks.
Many can not get legally stay in this country. But if there is a group that can possibly get legal status especially children under 18 years of age who were abandoned by their parents. It is therefore important to have a consultation with an immigration attorney before the date in immigration court.