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College Money for Immigrants
As a land of opportunity, America provides its biggest one in the college education, because college graduates will earn 66 percent more during their career than a high school grad. Moreover, new Americans (typically a naturalized citizen if born abroad, or a child of naturalized citizens if born in this country) and permanent residents (green card holders) want to achieve the advantages of an education pursuing their American Dream through several scholarships available exclusively to them:  

1. The Western Union Foundation's Family Scholarship Program, which is recognized as  a new initiative for immigrants and their families. Its scholarships are dedicated to using for tuition for college/university education language acquisition classes, technical/skill training, and/or financial literacy.
The program applicants should be 18 years old or older, must have lived in the United States for seven years or less and must reside in one of the following cities at the time of application: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, Chicago, New York, Washington, or Miami. The scholarship range from $1,000 to $5,000 per family.   

2. The Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans, where each one supports up to two years of graduate study in the United States. The fellowship is worth up to $25,000.
The requirements to candidates:
  • a new American;
  • not yet 31 years old;
  • a college senior or holder of a bachelor's degree.

3. The New Immigrant Scholarship (amount of $1,500). This scholarship is awarded to new immigrant women pursuing a college education in the National Network of Presbyterian College Women.
The applicants should be women ages 18 to 25, living in the United States for five years or less, regardless of immigration status. Moreover, the award requires full-time student status and a strong involvement with the Christian church.

4. The Dream Scholarship Fund is available to high school seniors who have a cumulative 2.0 GPA. The award is formed by the Catholic Community Foundation.