More states allow in-state college tuition for immigrant children living illegally in US

  • Article by: KIMBERLY HEFLING , Associated Press
  • Updated: February 3, 2014 - 3:51 AM

WASHINGTON — Giancarlo Tello paid $14,000 more than other New Jersey high school graduates to attend Rutgers University, the state's flagship public college.

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elmore1Feb. 3, 1411:17 AM

I think it is terrible how BOTH parties are using these folks as pawns in their political game of vote buying. Create a bipartisan moderate solution and roll it out.

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anopinionFeb. 3, 1411:47 AM

I think it's terrible that people living here ILLEGALLY aren't deported.

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tnesleyFeb. 3, 14 4:37 PM

We need to reform the legal immigration process for ALL. Then those who want to become US citizens can do it the legal way. I real a story only about 30% of the current illegal residents want to become citizens here. For this lad, his parents have not paid state or federal income tax which helps fund higher education. Why not just let a kids pay instate tuition, regardless from where they are from?

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kleindropperFeb. 3, 14 5:18 PM

What's terrible is that illegals get better treatment than citizens. Or are students from other states now considered immigrants as well?

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mondaveauFeb. 3, 14 7:07 PM

This needs to come to a screeching halt. This foreigner will pay less than American citizens from other states. The Dream scam is an offense against our people. BHO took an oath the protect and defend our laws and the Constitution and yet violates them at every turn under his own authority. He is a criminal and an enemy of the people of the United States.

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