She has two siblings that do not qualify for the assembly bills who are illegal immigrants as well as her parents. She qualifies for both AB130 and AB131 bills. She wants to know how confidential and private the application was.
No idea what you are talking about. I did not know they give out immigration status in California.
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Since they would be applying for State benefits, I understand you to be asking whether the State of California shares information on an applicant's legal status and other personal information with the Federal government. I don't believe the State of California discloses your confidential information.
However, you have the right to know the policies used in your state regarding the collection, storage,and disclosure of your information to third parties. Ask the college or the agency. They will disclose their policy to you.
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Yes, they would. These applications are confidential.
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