HB 205: Resident Status for Tuition Purposes
GENERAL BILL by Rodriguez, J. ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Castor Dentel ; Rogers ; Saunders ; Watson, C.
Resident Status for Tuition Purposes; Revises certain residency requirements for tuition purposes for dependent children; prohibits denial of classification as resident for tuition purposes based on certain immigration status; revises provisions relating to required documentation as evidence of residency; provides additional persons who shall be classified as residents for tuition purposes; provides fee exemption for students with certain immigration status; authorizes certain fee & tuition waivers.
Last Action: 5/2/2014 House - Died in Higher Education and Workforce Subcommittee, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/CS/CS/HB 851 (Ch. 2014-62), CS/CS/HB 7015 (Ch. 2014-1)
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• Referred to Higher Education and Workforce Subcommittee; Education Appropriations Subcommittee; Education Committee -HJ 23
• Introduced -HJ 23
• Died in Higher Education and Workforce Subcommittee, companion bill(s) passed, see CS/CS/CS/HB 851 (Ch. 2014-62), CS/CS/HB 7015 (Ch. 2014-1)
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