DREAM Act Refresher

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Thursday, September 16, 2010 at 4:28 pm

As the Senate debates whether the DREAM Act should be included in the defense authorization bill next week, it seems like a good time for a quick refresher on what the DREAM Act is and who it would impact.

What is it?

The DREAM Act — the acronym is for Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act — was first introduced in 2001 by Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah). (He’s now an opponent of the bill.) The idea is to provide a path to citizenship for young people who came to the U.S. as children, some of whom don’t even realize they are not citizens until they try to get a driver’s license or apply for college.

Under the act, eligible students can apply for a conditional legal status for a six-year period. During that period, they must graduate from a two-year college, complete two years of a four-year university, or serve in the military for two years. (The military addition replaced community service, which some immigrants rights advocates have criticized.) At the end of the six-year period, they can become permanent legal residents if they have a clean criminal record.

The DREAM Act has come up in Senate a few times since 2001, but only went to a vote as a standalone bill once, after a push in 2007 by Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.). This year, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said he will attach it to the defense authorization bill.

Who would it impact?

To be eligible for the DREAM Act, illegal immigrants must be between the ages of 12 and 35 at the time the bill is enacted. They must have arrived in the U.S. before the age of 16 and lived there for five years consecutively since their arrival. So-called “DREAMers” must demonstrate “good moral character” — which roughly translates to a clean criminal record — and earn an American high school diploma or GED.

The DREAM Act would not provide citizenship, or even legal status, to all of those eligible. About 2.1 million unauthorized immigrant youth and young adults who would be eligible to apply for legal status under the DREAM Act, but only about 825,000 would eventually gain citizenship, in part due to educational barriers, according to July estimates by the non-partisan Migration Policy Institute. Immigrants who meet the baseline criteria and have already completed two years of college or military service are eligible for citizenship.

The argument for it

Supporters of the DREAM Act argue it is the fair way to deal with young people who have grown up in the U.S. but have no clear path to legal residency. The bill would save students from deportation and keep American-educated students, whose childhood education was funded with tax-payer dollars, in the U.S.

“DREAM Act students should be allowed to get on with their lives,” according to the pro-reform Center for Community Change. “If Congress fails to act this year, another entire class of outstanding, law-abiding high school students will graduate without being able to plan for the future, and some will be removed from their homes to countries they barely know.”

The argument against it

According to its opponents, the DREAM Act is amnesty for illegal immigrants and should be stopped. Many Republicans have taken this stance, arguing it should be combined with enforcement-heavy measures so it won’t draw illegal immigrants to the country.

“It will provide a powerful incentive for more illegal immigration by allowing states to give in-state tuition to illegal students,” Sen. David Vitter (R-La.) said on the Senate floor Wednesday. “It’s really an insult to legal, tax-paying citizens.”

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Harumi
Comment posted September 16, 2010 @ 8:52 pm

“It’s really an insult to legal, tax-paying citizens.”… the government provides a Tax Identification Number that allows those citizens without a social security number to file their taxes. Is this ignorance or hypocrisy?


Mrscrashsmith
Comment posted September 16, 2010 @ 9:09 pm

I might not have an issue with this as long as it states that the program is only available to kids that are ALREADY here. That after the date that it is enacted it there will no longer be any additional kids that are eligible. Then in addition to this they need to start going after the companies that hire the illegals and fine them very LARGE fines so that it is not cost effective to hire them.


Headon
Comment posted September 16, 2010 @ 9:22 pm

From Dream Act the government will filter out the illegals that would not be beneficial to U.S.A. Also this bill will not in anyway help any students pay for school (ie. In-State tuition/financial aid) and they must have clean criminal record. Also they have time frame of 6 year… yes 6 years to either serve in military for at least 2 years or graduate from 2 year college which they would pay out of state tuition which will help the college with more funding and providing excellent facility… read about Howard Community College. No one would be able to squat and abuse this because there is 6 YEAR TIME FRAME. by the way no tax payer would be involved in this for the free tuition because THERE IS NO FREE TUITION


Revolver
Comment posted September 16, 2010 @ 9:23 pm

It's hypocrisy of course, some people will never be able to accept the fact that immigrants are the ones who are actually supporting this country.


Revolver
Comment posted September 16, 2010 @ 9:23 pm

It's hypocrisy of course, some people will never be able to accept the fact that immigrants are the ones who are actually supporting this country.


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Monte
Comment posted September 16, 2010 @ 9:39 pm

I'm so sick of paying my thug govt. for illegal aliens that ultimately don't want to even be Americans!! They mostly HATE Americans and are racists. They are slaves for the govt. and that's why the wages for most of the jobs they hold don't go up. Meanwhile it's our job to work hard so these criminals can live the DREAM. I have a DREAM too it's called I want my country back and these thugs in congress on both sides should be charged with criminal allegations for the unconstitutional deeds they keep coming up with that is making the entire U.S. obsolete and poor. It's time to fight with all we have! EMAIL REID AND OBAMA!! It's easy just google “harry reids email” and it will come up. The same for all of the CROOKS in Washington.


Headon
Comment posted September 16, 2010 @ 10:10 pm

the thing is yes they might say it is for the illegal immigration. but you have to read what the Dream act states. If they have any criminal record while being enrolled into the program in dream act, they will be subjected to be deported. Also they would be serving in our military services which provides boost in ranks. People might say they're fighting for the wrong reasons but the kids have choice either graduate from college or serve in military which it mean it is voluntary and they must do that within 6 years of the start of the program and if they do not they will be subjected to deportation. Also the college students would not pay in-state tuition but they would be paying out of state tuition. That means for them it will be strictly loans. No financial aid either. You may thing the citizens will become second class but that is not true since there will be a fact being the citizens will get to get in-state tuition and financial aid which is coming from your tax and essentially you are helping the american citizens. Also they are not mostly racists because they were raised here as americans and the kids that grew up here in America must meet the double standard of being illegal but an American but if they go back to their country they are seen as Americans and many of they can't even speak their original language because their native language is English. Also those who are under dream act can get a job but if theyre students they will most likely being in internship programs and if they're not they will be paying taxes like any other American. I understand your frustration of seeing hard worker losing job because the Illegals are willing to work for less, but who do you have to blame? the people that are hiring them Illegally who are US citizens and they are the ones who are backdooring the economy not the people who work for them. Business owners are finding ways to pay under the table and avoid the big brother returning the service. Also the reason U.S economy is going to Sh*t is because the fact that wall street and people made a bad bet against the economy and now the news is feeding only the bad news and people are getting scared to buy which makes it harder because inorder for the economy to get better people have to spend. BTW you can tell if they were living here long enough or not by if they can speak fluent english. If you want your wage to go up you got to fine the Employers of the immigrants which is up to $10,000 per immigrants. I wonder how much wal-mart, McDonald's, Burger King, all the agricultural companies, construction companies must pay to get out of this.


Praise God
Comment posted September 16, 2010 @ 10:24 pm

I believe that this Dream Act is actually a good idea because seriously there are some kids out there that could help out America in many ways and we're just leaving them there without seeing their real potential, and it's not like they really had a choice of saying “yea i wanna go to USA or no i don't” because from what i've seen when a family goes somewhere the whole family goes not just one. Of course this bill helps only helps kids that are already here bc there a requirement of living here for 16 yrs. And come on people if you really knew about hispanics you'd know that they do pay taxes and actually pay more on penalties so yea don't worry about taxes that's not the case here. DREAM ACT is a good thing even if you won't recognize it.


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Banger909
Comment posted September 16, 2010 @ 11:48 pm

Drop all Education Path. Focus only on Military Service.

Recruitment will be for 18 to30 unmarried men and women. Must have clean background /drug. Must have command of English to 10Th grade. Same 16 /5 years BUT Contract of Enlistment 10 years

On Honorable discharge Citizenship. This gives the U.S Military people who want to be there. Want the chance to prove themselves. It gives to this country the same thing. This of course is general and needs fine tuning

But it is no GIVE ME I'll earn it


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AZ-Ed
Comment posted September 17, 2010 @ 8:19 am

You say “illegal aliens that ultimately don't want to even be Americans!! They mostly HATE Americans and are racists” that my fellow American is NOT FACT! what YOU say is RACIST! Have you even read the bill. It will ONLY apply to undocumented STUDENTS! this is not AMNESTY. Besides how in the world would they take over the country ? IS A LITTLE CHILD WHO IS UNDOCUMENTED AN ILLEGAL HUMAN? Think fool! Dont just act on racism! THINK!


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Ycnay
Comment posted September 17, 2010 @ 11:12 am

So true … I have attended immigrant hispanic churches in the DFW area. They are more patriotic minded and more proud of being in America (hoping to become citizens, many) than many citizens in non-immigrant churches.


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student
Comment posted September 17, 2010 @ 2:44 pm

you are being ridiculous. I am a seventeen year old student that will graduate high school this year. I have been here since i was five years old. America is my home. I want to go to law school, i want to be able to drive. Why shouldn't I have that opportunity? If this law doesn't pass, what am I supposed to do with my life? And also remember this country was built on immigrants and it will continue to be. You sir came from another country unless you are NATIVE AMERICAN. so please stop just seeing things from your point view and step into someone else's shoes for once. I am just as much American as you.


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Comment posted September 17, 2010 @ 4:28 pm

Also the college students would not pay in-state tuition but they would be paying out of state tuition. That means for them it will be strictly loans. No financial aid either. You may thing the citizens will become second class but that is not true since there will be a fact being the citizens will get to get in-state tuition and financial aid which is coming from your tax and essentially you are helping the american citizens. Also they are not mostly racists because they were raised here as americans and the kids that grew up here in America must meet the double standard of being illegal but an American but if they go back to their country they are seen as Americans and many of they can't even speak their original language because their native language is English. Also those who are under dream act can get a job but if theyre students they will most likely being in internship programs and if they're not they will be paying taxes like any other American. I understand your frustration of seeing hard worker losing job because the Illegals are willing to work for less, but who do you have to blame?


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Klimax
Comment posted September 17, 2010 @ 5:46 pm

It is a form of amnesty and as the old saying goes “Give Them An Inch And They Will Take A Mile” If the illegal aliens win this they will come back for full amnesty after the November Elections when the lame ducks will try to shove anything through that will hurt the American Citizens who voted against them !!!!!!!


KLIMAX
Comment posted September 17, 2010 @ 5:57 pm

Have you ever seen a Government Program that worked even close to how it was supposed to ??!! They will make a half hearted attempt to check the “KIDS” and turn a blind eye when necessary !! If these “KIDS” want an education let them go back to their home countries and get it, we as a country are not obligated to educate the world we have enough of OUR own “KIDS” to take care of !!!!


Jljackson11273
Comment posted September 17, 2010 @ 6:09 pm

Wow im surpirsed at all of these comments on the DREAM act. And on the immigration topic. Very closed minded people. If you are going to be against something at least do your home work on the subject. You my friend are a very ignorant person who needs to open his/her eyes. I feel sorry for you. I hope you never go through what a immigrant goes through. For you would not last a day.


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Jorge
Comment posted September 17, 2010 @ 11:12 pm

i think everyone should stay in their own country and if they wanna go to a different country then do it the right way man!! dont do it illegaly
so all this immigration junk can stop lol i spoke my mind (:


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MiltonFreedom
Comment posted September 20, 2010 @ 5:55 am

Completing 2 years of college over 6 years, are they kidding? In what field of study, sociology? ethnic studies? At least H1B visas are limited to filling needs (but even those are well managed by the government).

As a teacher, I am constantly pressured to give higher grades. I can see the pressure now when a student's right to remain in the US is based on their grades.

I just don't see a way to make this bill work. The age of arrival in the US could be lowered and the standard of performance raised, but would liberal universities begin increasing their rate of acceptance for “Dream Act” students at the expense of American Citizens? Will this simply lead to another Bakke reverse discrimination case? And what about all the relatives of the Dream Act student? Will they simply become another form of an anchor baby?

It's high time we face the fact that mom, dad and siblings returning to Mexico ( I use Mexico only because the vast majority of illegal immigrants come from Mexico) is not the end of the world. The ideas of family reunification that applied to Soviet Jews, for example, should not be here. Catching an airplane to travel to xyz in Mexico is no different from flying cross country in the US to visit relatives.


Amox321
Comment posted September 20, 2010 @ 4:18 pm

I am amazed that you being a teacher can be so ignorant. You should be better informed before letting your bigotry speak in the name of your profession. First of all, this is not a case of “anchor baby”. This legislation will only be applied to the student only. I assume you must know that the United States has a terrible turn out of graduates every year and the one that do graduate do so with a low level of education. Even though we are the most powerful country in world, our children are way behind in math and science compared to other countries. therefore we must import expensive labor from China, Middle Eastern countries and Easter European nations. This law is an opportunity for tax payers to get a return in their investment. After all, they have paid for this children's education from K-12. why throw away that money? Its better o let this kids got to school and hopefully become the scientists, doctors, nurses and IT development professionals we so desperately need. We also need more people joining the military. Many of these students are willing to do that. give back to the country who has raised them. Please open your eyes to the truth and stop being so racist. Mexico is indeed a beutiful country, but it doesnt feel like yours when you didnt grow up there.


Amox321
Comment posted September 20, 2010 @ 4:27 pm

I agree with you Jorge. Unfortunately, coming to the US legally is nothing short of impossible for the majority of people in latin american countries. The requirements for work visas exclude most lowel level working class applicants. Those visas are designed for working professionals, not farm people or people in the service industry who make $50 a week. Do you think that if there was a possible legal way for them to come work here, they would risk their lives crossing the desert at 140 degrees temp? These people do not cross easy, in a lot of the cases crossing means death. The US should make a guest worker program that actually works, so that we can know who is here and give them basic human rights. Yyou would be surprised to find out how many of those so called illegals suffer abuses for their status. believe me, whoi ever says that they have it easy and living the dream here is waaaayyyyy over their heads. Make it easy for them to come legally and the problem would end


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Comment posted September 20, 2010 @ 5:35 pm

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Comment posted September 20, 2010 @ 5:36 pm

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Comment posted September 21, 2010 @ 3:07 pm

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DeLaRhodus
Comment posted September 21, 2010 @ 3:33 pm

Why do we need a “guest worker” program? Are one of those that are going to try to tell me “They only take jobs, Americans won't do!” Poppycock! I have personally seen one of our prime contractors, layoff and entire workforce of American workers that made $15/hr, and replace them with $20/day illegal immigrants that they bussed in everyday! Only one in ten could speak enough English, to get their work permits every morning! And do you think these people know anything about OSHA work rules. NOT!!
So let's stop kidding ourselves. Illegals find work here, because greedy Americans don't want to pay a “living wage” for the work they need done. And, that includes household servants, nannies, etc., etc., etc., ad nauseoum!


DeLaRhodus
Comment posted September 21, 2010 @ 3:42 pm

Even the “native Americans” came here from somewhere else! My ancestors came here in the mid sixteen hundreds. There was nothing here, but freedom from religious persecution! There is a BIG difference between “immigrants” and “colonists!” I'm sorry for your plight. But, blame your illegal, criminal parents, not me!!!!!!


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Comment posted September 23, 2010 @ 5:28 pm

I couldn't agree more. Most all citizens of the US were once immigrants and the old argument I have heard is that our ancestors had to fight for citizenship (referring to the Revolutionary War)….well, this gives illegals the opportunity to fight for their citizenship and I believe they will have a much stronger patriotic feeling after serving in the military.


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Badmnrisn
Comment posted September 27, 2010 @ 10:07 pm

Amox -you're the ignorant one. When you learn to read, you'll realize that the illegal parents of these 'anchor babies' who are granted amnesty are also granted amnesty. Who's gonna send them back while granting their children amnesty. You then talk of getting a return on our investment. Who are you kidding? With this act, we'll continue to invest in future generations of illegals. Besides, we can never recoup what should never have been in the first place. Paying for education and medical on illegal immigrants!! Try this in another country and tell me what you get. There's a reason we have a path to citizenship. When we alter this path for the criminals, we allow illegals to commit untraceable crimes and feed off this nation like parasites. It's not only a ridiculous argument, but shows ignorance on those who would support it. You, like Obama and his minions, try to wrap illegal immigration in with legal immigration. These are two totally different paths. One, the acceptable method granted by all countries to ensure social responsibilties and concern for the country and others by given individuals within a nation, and the other, a formula for untraceable crimes and criminal behavior with no desire to assimilate with society. Basically, a ticket back to their homeland!


Nlewis1437
Comment posted September 28, 2010 @ 6:43 pm

This should be brought to the people before any decisons are made…we have had jobs sent over seas…jobs lost because they will pay them less and get away but they do not worker better than citizens( just cheaper for the rich folks who do get shoddy work but get richer because of ignorance) they need to support their return to their own countries and build homes business and schools therefore creating jobs and they can work hard in their own country instead of taking our jobs…CITIZENS NEED TO WAKE UP…HOW LONG WILL WE SLEEP AND CONTINUE TO LET THE RICH DO ANYTHING THEY WANT


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California alone spends billions on educating ilegal children Amox321why don't they try going to china, korea..that is not true you sound like a kid who don't know squat about what is really going on..people have lied to you and what they need to do is do all that you say in their own countries..these people need to wake up and if they send the parents home then who is going to take care of their children US…come on We send them support , money and all they need to get the things they need to live a better life…THEY TAKE JOBS FROM AMERICANS…THEY ARE NOT SMARTER THAN US JUST CHEAPER…SNEAKIER..HOW DO WE GET AN INVEST ON OUR TAX RETURNS WHEN WE CANNOT FIND DECWENT WORK AND THEY WANT SKILLED WORKERS TO WORK FOR LESS THAN WHAT THEY WERE TRAINED FOR COME ON COUNT THE COST…RENT LIGHTS, GAS TELEPHONE ETC OPN $8 AN HR…I MAKE $25 TRAINED AND STUDIED FOR WHAT WITH SKILLS GALORE…YOU WAKE UP AND DO RESEARCH ON THE TRUTH…THE DARK SIDE OF ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION IS A GOOD START


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Jljackson11273..you sound like a child who don't know squat…can you go to china , Japan, Austrialia, Canada with out proper ocumentation…do you think you can go and take people's jobs and you do not feel the pain of your own people please minds are open that is why we are on this topic what is right is right …if you came here illegally you broke all federal state and local laws…Calif has the same law as Arizona did you know that…they are the highest rate of child molestation in this country since they have been here…taken millions of jobs from American citizens who have families too..they wor for cheap…$8 dollars is good when you had nothing but when you live in the highest rent, housing, industry in the country you may understand why people are loosing there homes…read and connect the dots child you are still in infancy stage


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BOO hoo hoo they work and send 300 billion home to their families and the taxes they pay what taxes on milk bread if you do not own the home, ligitimate business etc… you are not paying the taxes they are talking about…racism depends on what neighbor hood you are talking about…they get along well with Asians, some whites, but not blacks which is where the majority of them live currently is in the black community and they act like they own the community, becuase they are there..it is and always will be a black comunity rich /poor…they are not wanted there now because they think they are better than…and soon there will be alot of trouble if things do not change..you can feel it in the air…tension is so thick…I don't hate them but I will always stand with my people when I believe they are right and let them know when I think they are wrong…


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God does not condone people breaking laws …he set up boarders before time…He says we must obey the laws of the land…you must be crazy to think this is good…who is going to take care of the 12 year old Americans …Read our state budget deficit and see where most of our money goes…when they get paid they send there money home to the families at home…they must have a social security card # in order to work and you must be a citizen toget one of those so what taxes do they pay…Remember this it is agianst the law to go to any country without permission…they were not given permission to come hear…they broke the laws of the land…they have babies here so they use the laws that were meant for slaves in whcih the states that had slaves had jurisdiction over these slaves were given there citizenship 14th amendment I believe…NO state has any jurisdiction over any illegal child or parent of the seaid child…Dreams do die hard and all of them do not come true…this is the people decision and it should be brought to the people of each state to make these decisions


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WAKE UP

60 Billion dollar a year debt for illegal immigration.

If you cross the North Korean border illegally you get 12 years hard labor.

If you cross the Iranian border illegally you are detained indefinitely.

If you cross the Afghan border illegally, you get shot.

If you cross the Saudi Arabian border illegally you will be jailed.

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If you cross the Venezuelan border illegally you will be branded a spy and your fate will be sealed.

If you cross the Mexican borders illegally you will jailed for two years.

If you cross the Cuban border illegally you will be thrown into political prison to rot.

If you cross the United States border illegally you get:

1 – A job

2 – A driver’s license

3 – A Social Security card

4 – Welfare

5 – Food stamps

6 – Credit cards

7 – Subsidized rent or a loan to buy a house

8 – Free education

9 – Free health care

10 – A lobbyist in Washington

11 – Billions of dollars in public documents printed in your language

12 – Millions of servicemen and women who are willing to – and do – die for your right to the ways and means of our @#$%—-ution

13 – And the right to carry the flag of your country – the one you walked out on – while you call America racist and protest that you don’t get enough respect.

WAKE UP AMERICA


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God. Ignorance is bliss isn’t it? I love how so many of you have a sense of self-entitlement since you were born in this country… that whites STOLE from the Native Americans. Open up a history book. Why should these kids be punished for the actions of their parents? Many of these kids have been in the United States for years, are upstanding “citizens” and speak English. Get off your soap box of ignorance and realize that not all of the stereotypes about illegals are true!!! My brother in law will be graduating from WHITWORTH College this year, with his bachelors in Sociology. He is incredibly intelligent, and I think that all of you would think he were an American if you met him. What many of you all fail to see is that these kids didn’t break the law, their parents did, and that they didn’t enter the U.S. willingly, thier parents did. These children/kids do not deserve to be punished. You all ought to be ashamed of yourselves.


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Also let me add that you CANNOT receive government assistance in this country if you are not a legal citizen. If you want proof of that, then take a look at a government assistance/food stamps application. Educate yourselves before you post.


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