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The Arizona Supreme Court on Monday unanimously ruled that DACA recipients no longer will be eligible for in-state tuition, saying state and federal laws prohibit it.

In a five-paragraph order signed by Chief Justice Scott Bales, the court indicates all of its members agree that existing state and federal laws do not allow the community college district to grant in-state tuition to recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). He said that does not run afoul of the 2006 voter-approved law at issue in the case before the Supreme Court which spells out that any person who is not a USA citizen or "legal resident" or is "without lawful immigration status" is ineligible to be charged the same tuition at state colleges and universities available to residents.

Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is in support of the new law and says it's a crucial part of following the mandate.

The unanimous ruling Monday will affect at least 2,000 students attending the state's largest community college district and hundreds more at other colleges and the state's three public universities.

In 2015, a Maricopa County Superior Court ruled that a DACA recipient was eligible for in-state tuition rates, but the Arizona Court of Appeals court overturned that decision in 2017.

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Regent Jay Heiler, who came up with the concept, said that eliminates any conflict with a 2006 voter-approved law which spells out that any person who is not a US citizen or "legal resident" or is "without lawful immigration status" is ineligible to be charged the same tuition at state colleges and universities available to residents.

"The university is now looking into all options to assist Arizona high school graduates who are qualified to be in the USA under DACA with an uninterrupted educational journey beyond high school", Crow said in the statement.

"Our Dreams don't depend on a court ruling", she wrote in another post, "we have put ourselves through school and we are going to continue to do so".

Like most students, when Carlos Yanez was applying to college, he faced the question of how to pay for it. I can't afford that.

It is that ruling the Supreme Court upheld on Monday.

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"In addition to its cruelty, the ruling makes no sense given that DACA recipients can legally drive and work in Arizona", Falcon said. And that, he said, means the state and its taxpayers would not be illegally subsidizing the cost of education for dreamers.

Karina Ruiz, executive director of the Arizona Dream Act Coalition, said in a news conference the decision "again shows that the politicians are going to continue their attacks on our community", preventing students "from going to college, from contributing to society, from bettering themselves". She said she found out that she was undocumented when SB1070 was being debated in the state legislature. As a result, President Barack Obama enacted the DACA program as an interim measure to give the same group of young people legal protection from deportation and an opportunity to work and study in the U.S.

DACA allows those who came to the United States undocumented as children to live in the country under the special designation.

Abril Gallardo, an undocumented student at Phoenix College, said it was "unfortunate" Arizona officials were "amplifying anti-immigrant rhetoric and policies" spread by Trump.

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