In reversal, 2 Georgia state universities open admissions to illegal alien students

Fox News Latino
Saturday, November 26, 2016
National News

Prospective college students in the country illegally are now eligible for consideration at two Georgia state universities that have prohibited their admission in recent years.

500+ take advantage of Colorado's immigrant [illegal alien] tuition offer

CMC vice president Lin Stickler - the school has recruited students by placing ads in Spanish-language newspapers and sending recruiters to high schools
The Denver Channel
Friday, November 29, 2013
Colorado News

More than 500 students across the state are taking advantage of Colorado's in-state tuition rates for immigrants without legal residence ...

CAIRCO Background

CSU extends in-state tuition to first class of immigrants [illegal aliens]

More than 500 brought to the country without authorization are expected to enroll at Colorado universities this year.
The Coloradoan
Thursday, August 15, 2013
Colorado News

[...] Until this year, students at Colorado colleges without legal U.S. citizenship status qualified for the nonresident rate of tuition, which at Colorado State University exceeds the in-state rate more than three times over.

Metro State - last year and this year

Instate tuition for [illegal alien] immigrants becomes law in Colorado

The Denver Post
Monday, April 29, 2013
Colorado News


Immigrant [illegal alien] students living in the U.S. illegally will qualify for in-state tuition at Colorado colleges after Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper signed the proposal into law Monday.

U.S. Code Title 8 - In-state Tuition for Illegal Aliens

U.S. Code Title 8, Chapter 14, Subchapter II, § 1623 addresses preferential treatment of illegal aliens in higher education.

8 USC § 1623 - Limitation on eligibility for preferential treatment of aliens not lawfully present on basis of residence for higher education benefits

Colorado Senate passes bill allowing in-state tuition for illegal immigrants

"We are now going to be able to reward young people who have played by the rules"
The Denver Post
Monday, February 25, 2013
Colorado News

A bill that would allow illegal immigrants to attend college at in-state tuition rates passed the Colorado Senate with a historic vote Monday, the first time any Republicans had ever voted for the bill.


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