At Eastern Oregon University, an undocumented students club held a voter registration drive — even though they are not allowed to vote.
“Shout out to the Undocumented Students Club @ Eastern Oregon University for holding a VR drive on #NationalVoterRegistrationDay,” reads the tweet by Voto Latino, an organization that advocates for a “more inclusive democracy.”
According to the undocumented students club at Eastern Oregon University, their mission is to promote “the Dream Act and issues around equity and stereotypes against undocumented students.”
There is currently no federal or state law that prohibits the admission of undocumented immigrants to U.S. colleges, public or private. Illegal aliens in the United States are often being used as a political organizing force with an agenda of amnesty. The illegal aliens primarily target Latino voters to promote relaxed immigration policies.
Though these students cannot legally receive any federally funded student financial aid, some states and citizens offer private scholarships and forms of aid so illegal aliens can attend colleges in America.
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