We are talking about high school graduates who have been in TX for 3 years and who are working towards citizenship.
BTW what does 'working towards citizenship' mean?
>>>We are talking about high school graduates who have been in TX for 3 years and who are working towards citizenship.
We are talking about teenagers who have sucked at the Texas government trough through high school and who are working towards being registered Democrats and racist La Raza supporters.
They are illegal aliens whose parents have sneaked into this country. They broke our immigration laws and jumped ahead of legal immigrants for the benefits that the US provides. They should be arrested and then deported before we lose our country.
Nice try Juanita.
Some of them. But that is not the requirement for the Texas Dream Act. All they have to do to qualify is sign a paper saying they will apply for legal immigration status (no time limit, not even 100 years). If this program is intended for those who have filed an application for permanent resident, why don't they require it?
Plus, every state that passes its Dream Act strengthens the national Dream Act, (rejected so far in congress), which gives illegals up to age 35 "conditional permanent resident status."