Dreamin': Undocumented Immigrants Can Go To College; Loans Are Harder To Get Though

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Dreamin': Undocumented Immigrants Can Go To College; Loans Are Harder To Get Though

Feb, 19th 2017

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They're not eligible for federal grants or loans. And it's widely known among DREAMers that banks are turning them down for private loans, too.

But for the first time, a bank is being challenged in court over this practice. Perez sued Wells Fargo in January for denying her a student loan.

"I feel like I'm still kind of being criminalized. I just want to go to school," said Perez, who came to the U.S. from Guatemala at the age of 5.

Of the 46% of DREAMers currently in school, a majority of them are also working, just like Perez. That's how she paid for two years of community college out-of-pocket. But...

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