Education Benefits for Undocumented Immigrants: Overview of Relevant Court Decisions

November 2010
Congressional Digest;Nov2010, Vol. 89 Issue 9, p263
The article discusses court decisions that regard education benefits for undocumented U.S. immigrants and the legality of state laws that allow illegal immigrants to receive in-State tuition for higher education. Topics addressed include a legal overview and example state laws of the kind noted above.


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