Yes you can, and if you are in California and meet their residence requirements, you might even get reasonable tuition rates. the organization ef4c.org (which is mainly for dreamers) will be able to give you some real pointers. good luck
yes you can. You do not even need to make this effort of posting here. All you need to do is select a school and talk to their DSO. You will not be able to get student aid and you will be charge foreign student rate.
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Yes, "U" status entitles you to enroll and study in the US.
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Yes, you can study with U visa, but may still have to pay higher tuition rates. Good luck in your studies.
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