The News & Observer has a rundown on pending legislation in North Carolina. It is "crossover," which means a deadline by which legislation (or at least legislation not based on taxation and spending) must pass at least one house in order to become law this year or to be considered next year. Here are the relevant bills related to immigration:
Lists documents people must use in applying for public benefits and makes it a misdemeanor for public employees who administer public benefits to fail to report immigration violations. Passed the Senate
Prohibits governments from accepting the matricula consular as ID. Passed the House.
Under education, there is another one intended to target children of undocumented parents: Businesses in North Carolina with more than 25 employees would have to use the E-Verify federal database to determine that new hires are legal citizens of the United States. Passed the House.
Requires a birth certificate and immunization record before a child is enrolled in kindergarten. Passed the House.
Given Republican majorities, I have to think these will pass. Governor Bev Perdue, a Democrat, has vetoed other bills but her views on immigration are fairly restrictionist.
This may get ugly.