Facts about HB851 - In State Tuition for Immigrants

On Friday, May 2, 2014, the Florida Legislature passed House Bill (HB851), which establishes additional residency requirements by which a student may be eligible for in-state tuition. Under HB851, a state university, colleges, career centers operated by a school district, and a charter technical career center may waive out-of-state fees to undocumented students. For more information about HB851 and how it may affect you, review this fact sheet prepared by The Florida Immigrant Coalition, a major proponent of the legislation.
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