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Thread: Howcome illegals and overstay can go to College?

  1. #1
    Guest
    I read somewhere in this site that illegals and overstays are able to go to College.

    I dont see how they do it, unless they lie on their application?

    A friend of mine who is married to a USC but no GC yet was asked to show a proof of his Immigration status when he enrolled in College.
    He showed his EAD and was approved.

    I thought that since 9/11, Colleges had to send to the INS the information about every international student.

    Isnt an illegal or overstay enrolled in College an international student?

    If illegals can go to College, then cooperation between INS and Colleges isnt good.
    Also, what has been done since 9/11 to prevent terrorist to enroll in a school too?

  2. #2
    Guest
    I read somewhere in this site that illegals and overstays are able to go to College.

    I dont see how they do it, unless they lie on their application?

    A friend of mine who is married to a USC but no GC yet was asked to show a proof of his Immigration status when he enrolled in College.
    He showed his EAD and was approved.

    I thought that since 9/11, Colleges had to send to the INS the information about every international student.

    Isnt an illegal or overstay enrolled in College an international student?

    If illegals can go to College, then cooperation between INS and Colleges isnt good.
    Also, what has been done since 9/11 to prevent terrorist to enroll in a school too?

  3. #3
    Guest
    Any one who pays tuition fee are elligible to get education. What is problem here?

  4. #4
    Guest
    I didnt say that I have a problem with that, I am just wondering why my friend's school asked him a proof of his immigration status then...his EAD and they said that they have to send a copy of his College application to INS.

    If they do that for everyone, included illegals, then the INS is gonna know were to catch those illegals, isnt that scary?

    Thats why I was wondering if illegals were still telling the school that they are illegal or if they just the school that they are USC?

  5. #5
    Guest
    AAA, another question, they are able to go to college, but is it legal?

    I know its illegal for them to work, but are they legally allowed to go to College?

  6. #6
    Guest
    I think its a good thing if they can go legally, since they cannot work, at least they do something good for themselves and stay out of trouble.

    Better going to College than be in a gang.

  7. #7
    Guest
    IF alien declares that he ihas no legal status then he pays fees as international student, otherwise like us.
    another reason is to get F1 if qualify.

  8. #8
    Guest
    But the College are not allowed to refuse an alien to study, just because he is here illegally right ?

    I wonder why they asked my friend's EAD then...

  9. #9
    Guest
    no green card no college.

  10. #10
    Guest
    Period, is that a law or just what you would like to see????

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