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    AB 2083 California Dream Act

    BILL NUMBER: AB 2083 AMENDED
    BILL TEXT

    AMENDED IN ASSEMBLY MAY 23, 2008

    INTRODUCED BY Assembly Member Nunez
    ( Coauthors: Assembly Members
    Arambula, Beall, Berg,
    Caballero, Dymally, Eng, Hancock,
    Hayashi, Huffman, Ma,
    Mullin, Salas, and Soto )

    FEBRUARY 19, 2008

    An act to add Section 66021.6 to the Education Code, relating to
    student financial aid.


    LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL'S DIGEST


    AB 2083, as amended, Nunez. Student financial aid: institutional
    financial aid eligibility.
    The Donahoe Higher Education Act sets forth, among other things,
    the missions and functions of California's public and independent
    segments of higher education, and their respective institutions of
    higher education. Provisions of the act apply to the University of
    California only to the extent that the Regents of the University of
    California, by appropriate resolution, act to make a provision
    applicable.
    Existing law requires that a person, other than a nonimmigrant
    alien, as defined, who has attended high school in California for 3
    or more years, who has graduated from a California high school or
    attained the equivalent thereof, who has registered at or attends an
    accredited institution of higher education in California not earlier
    than the fall semester or quarter of the 2001-02 academic year, and
    who, if he or she is an alien without lawful immigration status, has
    filed a prescribed affidavit, is exempt from paying nonresident
    tuition at the California Community Colleges and the California State
    University.
    This bill would amend the Donahoe Higher Education Act to require
    the Trustees of the California State University and the Board of
    Governors of the California Community Colleges, and request the
    Regents of the University of California, to establish procedures and
    forms that enable persons who are exempt from paying nonresident
    tuition under this provision, or who meet equivalent requirements
    adopted by the regents, to be eligible to receive institutional
    financial aid awards. The bill would define institutional financial
    aid as financial assistance offered by a campus of the California
    Community Colleges, California State University, or University of
    California, including grant, scholarship, fellowship,
    work-study, and loan programs. The bill would declare that this
    provision is a state law within the meaning of a federal statute that
    permits a state to only provide an alien who is not lawfully present
    in the United States with eligibility for a state or local public
    benefit through the enactment of a state law affirmatively providing
    for that eligibility. This provision would apply to the University of
    California only if the regents, by appropriate resolution, act to
    make it applicable.
    Vote: majority. Appropriation: no. Fiscal committee: yes.
    State-mandated local program: no.


    THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:

    SECTION 1. Section 66021.6 is added to the Education Code, to
    read:
    66021.6. (a) Notwithstanding any other law, the Trustees of the
    California State University and the Board of Governors of the
    California Community Colleges shall, and the Regents of the
    University of California are requested to, establish procedures and
    forms that enable persons who are exempt from paying nonresident
    tuition under Section 68130.5, or who meet equivalent requirements
    adopted by the regents, to be eligible to receive institutional
    financial aid awards. The Legislature finds and declares that this
    section is a state law within the meaning of Section 1621(d) of Title
    8 of the United States Code.
    (b) For purposes of this section, "institutional financial aid"
    means financial assistance offered by a campus of the California
    Community Colleges, California State University, or University of
    California, including grant, scholarship, fellowship,
    work-study, and loan programs.

    http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/pub/07-08/bil ... m_v98.html
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    BILL NUMBER: SB 1301 AMENDED
    BILL TEXT

    AMENDED IN SENATE MAY 6, 2008

    INTRODUCED BY Senator Cedillo
    (Principal coauthors: Assembly Members De Leon and Lieber)
    (Coauthors: Senators Calderon, Ducheny, Kuehl, Padilla, Perata,
    Romero, Steinberg, Wiggins, and Yee)
    (Coauthors: Assembly Members Brownley, Coto, Eng, Fuentes,
    Furutani, Jones, Mendoza, Parra, and Soto)

    FEBRUARY 20, 2008

    An act to add Section 66021.6 to the Education Code, relating to
    student financial aid.


    LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL'S DIGEST


    SB 1301, as amended, Cedillo. Student financial aid: institutional
    financial aid eligibility.
    The Donahoe Higher Education Act sets forth, among other things,
    the missions and functions of California's public and independent
    segments of higher education, and their respective institutions of
    higher education. Provisions of the act apply to the University of
    California only to the extent that the Regents of the University of
    California, by appropriate resolution, act to make a provision
    applicable.
    Existing law requires that a person, other than a nonimmigrant
    alien, as defined, who has attended high school in California for 3
    or more years, who has graduated from a California high school or
    attained the equivalent thereof, who has registered at or attends an
    accredited institution of higher education in California not earlier
    than the fall semester or quarter of the 2001-02 academic year, and
    who, if he or she is an alien without lawful immigration status, has
    filed a prescribed affidavit, is exempt from paying nonresident
    tuition at the California Community Colleges and the California State
    University. Existing law also requires the waiver of student
    fees charged by community college districts for students who
    demonstrate financial need or are otherwise eligible for the waiver.
    Existing law requires the Board of Governors of the California
    Community Colleges to allocate to com munity college
    districts for determining financial need and delivering student
    financial aid services an amount based on the amount of fees waived.

    This bill would amend the Donahoe Higher Education Act to require
    the Trustees of the California State University and the Board of
    Governors of the California Community Colleges, and request the
    Regents of the University of California, to establish procedures and
    forms that enable persons who are exempt from paying nonresident
    tuition under that provision, or who meet equivalent requirements
    adopted by the regents, to be eligible to receive institutional
    financial aid awards. The bill would define institutional financial
    aid as financial assistance offered by a campus of the California
    Community Colleges, California State University, or University of
    California, including grant, scholarship, workstudy, and loan
    programs. The bill would specify that institutional financial
    aid does not include a board of governors fee waiver. The bill
    would declare that this provision is a state law within the meaning
    of a federal statute that permits a state to only provide an alien
    who is not lawfully present in the United States with eligibility for
    a state or local public benefit through the enactment of a state law
    affirmatively providing for that eligibility. This provision would
    apply to the University of California only if the regents, by
    appropriate resolution, act to make it applicable.
    Vote: majority. Appropriation: no. Fiscal committee: yes.
    State-mandated local program: no.


    THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:

    SECTION 1. Section 66021.6 is added to the Education Code, to
    read:
    66021.6. (a) Notwithstanding any other law, the Trustees of the
    California State University and the Board of Governors of the
    California Community Colleges shall, and the Regents of the
    University of California are requested to, establish procedures and
    forms that enable persons who are exempt from paying nonresident
    tuition under Section 68130.5, or who meet equivalent requirements
    adopted by the regents, to be eligible to receive institutional
    financial aid awards. The Legislature finds and declares that this
    section is a state law within the meaning of Section 1621(d) of Title
    8 of the United States Code.
    (b) For purposes of this section, "institutional financial aid"
    means financial assistance offered by a campus of the California
    Community Colleges, California State University, or University of
    California, including grant, scholarship, workstudy, and loan
    programs.
    (c) For purposes of this section, institutional financial aid does
    not include a board of governors fee waiver specified in Section
    76300.
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    The Santa Ana Democrat's proposal, Senate Bill 461, would allow notaries in California to accept Matricula Consular cards as valid identification for executing property transfers and other official transactions.

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