New law helps Dreamers go to college in New Jersey

New Jersey becomes the 10th state to offer financial aid to undocumented immigrants and beneficiaries of DACA - the programme that President Trump has threatened to cancel entirely.

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    President Donald Trump has repeatedly threatened to end the so-called "Dreamers" programme, which gives temporary protection to young people who came to the US with their parents.

    But even if they stay, Dreamers are ineligible for the loans many of them need to attend college.

    Now some states are helping them with that.

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from New Jersey.


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