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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy

Supreme Court OKs California Granting In State Tuition for Illegally Present Immigrants

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The Supreme Court has refused to hear a case challenging a California law granting in state tuition rates to illegally present immigrants who otherwise meet residency requirements. The challenge to the law was led by Kris Kobach, the drafter of many anti-immigrant bills around the country. While Congress has yet to pass the DREAM Act, states like California are passing bills that are providing other forms of relief. Resident tuition access is one of the more common forms of assistance.

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  1. Another Voice's Avatar
    Some relief is better than no relief!!! The question now is what do you do with lots of people that hold a higher education degree but can not work and contribute to society to the best of their ability, because they are out of status.....
  2. F's Avatar
    "Some relief is better than no relief!!! The question now is what do you do with lots of people that hold a higher education degree but can not work and contribute to society to the best of their ability, because they are out of status....."

    I think CA and NY will create special programs to employ these people by the time they graduate and Supreme court will say its ok as ...
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