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Thread: EAD and Tuition

  1. #1
    Can a individual with an EAD qualify for in-state tuition? Don't you have to be LPR or USC to get in-state tuition?

    Thanks

  2. #2
    Can a individual with an EAD qualify for in-state tuition? Don't you have to be LPR or USC to get in-state tuition?

    Thanks

  3. #3
    this is only a residency issues which requires that you have resided in that state for at least the past 12 months prior to attending the school.

  4. #4
    What if you resided in that state for 12 months or more, but not LPR or USC... and have AOS pending.

    Does that qualify the individual for in-state tuition?

  5. #5
    It has NOTHING to do with how long one has resided in the state. Most schools will only grant in-state tuition when permanent resident status has been procured. In my case, I was able to convince the school to allow me to pay in-state tuition with an EAD. It really depends upon the school.

    For the record, I lived in my state for 4 years before I qualified for in-state tuition. It had nothing to do with how long I lived there - it rested solely on me getting my EAD.

  6. #6
    it was different than that for nys schools.

  7. #7
    What schools in NY? Not for any of the SUNY schools, not for Cornell. Which one are you referring to?

  8. #8
    what you guys are saying is... you can get an in-state tuition regardless of you status (even as an illegal) as long as you qualify for the 12 months requirement?

  9. #9
    How are you concluding this Mo? I said you have to have permanent resident status (sometimes EAD is good enough). I am questioning josephtrue on where he is getting his information because I have not ever heard of anyone getting in-state tuition based on time lived in a state. It is based on immigrant status.

    So, no MO, I am definitely NOT saying you can get in-state tuition regardless of status. Quite the contrary.

  10. #10
    Mo, what school do you want to pay in-state tuition at?

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