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Federal law vs. the University of Illinois Act and other similar state statutes that provide in-state tuition benefits to qualifying immigrants By Elizabeth Adams International and Immigration Law, October 2011 Both lawful and unlawful immigrants who received a high school education in the United States face out-of-state tuition rates even if they wish to attend a college in the same state they attended high school. To lessen this burden, several states across the country have passed laws which grant in-state tuition to unlawful immigrants based on a variety of factors.