States granting in-state tuition to immigrants brought to US without authorization as children

  • Article by: The Associated Press , Associated Press
  • Updated: February 1, 2014 - 9:45 AM

Fifteen states have statutes allowing students who are in the United States without legal permission and were brought to this country as children by their parents to be eligible for in-state tuition. To qualify, they have to have graduated from a high school in the state and meet other requirements, such as having been a state resident for two years or three years.

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fliptongzFeb. 2, 14 3:04 PM

Wrong, wrong, wrong. Obama has proved that immigration laws are the domain of the Federal Government. So using this same logic then ony the Fed Gov has the power to make these changes. Either that or each state should have the power to make their own immigration laws...like say Arizona?

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