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Migrant college students face more stress than their peers, study says
Migrant college students face more stress than their peers, study says

Recent federal policies to limit deportations and state programs to expand financial aid have benefited college students who entered the country illegally, but those young people still face emotional, educational and money problems, according to a new national study by UCLA researchers. The report found that those students — often brought to the U.S. as children — have significantly higher levels of anxiety than other undergraduates. Nearly 37% of the female students who are in the U.S. without the required papers and about 29% of the men reported stress above what is considered clinically healthy, often fueled by worries that their parents or other relatives could be...

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