There's a lot of talk going on about the new laws in Arizona, but this particular story involves a completely different state and a rather unique case. A 19-year-old Harvard biology student, who has been in the United States unlawfully since he was 4 years old, was detained at a Texas airport this week and is fighting deportation to his native Mexico. The problem here is that he's also a Harvard student on a full scholarship. It's pretty obvious that he didn't sneak across the border himself... that is, unless you think they're training Mexicans how to avoid border control when they are toddlers. And it's obvious that he isn't a "drain to the system" as so many people who are now targeting immigrants are claiming. US may deport Harvard student - The Boston Globe So, what would you do in this case? Should he be allowed to stay or would you deport him?