Video: An "Undocumented" Student Tells Her Story
Karla Reséndiz was able to attend UT-Austin because she paid in-state tuition rates — even though she is the child of illegal immigrants. Now, she and others like her are the focus of the latest political battle over immigration.
Karla Reséndiz was able to attend UT-Austin because she paid in-state tuition rates — even though she is the child of illegal immigrants. Now, Reséndiz and others like her find themselves engulfed in the latest political skirmish over immigration to roil the Republican candidates for president.
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