GHC says number of illegal immigrant students low
Georgia Highlands College's application process for all incoming students has led Todd Jones, director of admission, and the college to uncover three undocumented students attempting to register for in-state tuition.
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#1 Jul 3, 2010
Maybe Georgia schools can tell the federal government how to look for paperwork on illegals wanting tuition that an American kid could really use. I think that everyone gets it but the feds. Nice job boys earning that paycheck.
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