In Georgia, people who are not “lawfully present” in the U.S. cannot attend the state’s three most selective colleges. That includes DACA recipients, several of whom sue. Claim: Federal immigration law preempts the Georgia policy. District court: It doesn’t. Eleventh Circuit: Just so. Georgia’s policy “looks to federal standards to verify lawful presence.” And as DACA recipients, the plaintiffs “simply were given a reprieve from potential removal,” which is different from being lawfully present.