Miami Lakes Educational Center senior Giancarlo Tejeda, who is undocumented, has raised enough money for the first year of college at the University of Florida. Here he celebrates with classmates after signing his acceptance to UF during ceremony at his high school on Friday, May 1, 2015
Miami Lakes Educational Center senior Giancarlo Tejeda, who is undocumented, has raised enough money for the first year of college at the University of Florida. Here he celebrates with classmates after signing his acceptance to UF during ceremony at his high school on Friday, May 1, 2015 Al Diaz Miami Herald Staff
Miami Lakes Educational Center senior Giancarlo Tejeda, who is undocumented, has raised enough money for the first year of college at the University of Florida. Here he celebrates with classmates after signing his acceptance to UF during ceremony at his high school on Friday, May 1, 2015 Al Diaz Miami Herald Staff

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