SEATTLE (AP) - With the federal government giving young illegal immigrants brought to the U.S. as children a chance to stay in the country, advocates in Washington state are relaunching efforts to open state financial aid to college students who don't have documents. But advocates face an uphill effort. The state's financial aid pot - the needs grant program - is already strained after years of economic woes and rising tuition costs. Despite lawmakers providing additional money, more students who qualify aren't getting aid because demand keeps growing. Washington Student Achievement Council financial aid director Rachelle Sharpe says that even if eligibility is expanded to these students, it's not guaranteed they would receive aid.