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The DREAMers


The DREAMers

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Hispanic college enrollment is up, but do they actually graduate?

Hispanics go to college, but do they actually graduate?

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Court blocks Arizona's driver's license ban, a win for Dreamers. But, what happens next?

Court blocks Arizona's driver's license ban: What happens now?

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Dreamer Sergio Garcia granted license to practice law

Dreamers to President Obama: No more empty promises on immigration

A Dreamer fights to stop the deportation of her father

Immigration bill amendment: Faster legalization for 'little Dreamers'

As the national debate over immigration reform rolls on, a bipartisan group of House members are gearing up to introduce a DREAM Act bill near the end of February to provide a path to citizenship for undocumented youth.

In December, the Iowa Department of Transportation said it will not issue driver’s licenses or identification cards to undocumented youth who receive work permits and deportation reprieves under the federal deferred action program.

In front of many Latino students at Florida International University, Jose Antonio Vargas shared his experience about being an undocumented immigrant who came to the U.S. when he was just a kid. The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist lives in legal limbo like many young immigrants because his legal situation depends on the Dream Act.

Jose Antonio Vargas defined what it is to be an American at FIU

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New poll and survey findings signal wide support for the DREAM Act. A new poll and survey released this week show favorable ratings for legislation, such as the DREAM Act, that would legalize undocumented youth who entered the United States as children.

A tear runs down the cheek of illegal immigrant Dayanna Rebolledo, 21, before her arrest for blocking traffic in Atlanta during a protest calling for rights for illegal immigrants for higher education.

illegal immigrant Virdiana Martinez, right, is comforted by activist Mohammad Abdollahi, as Major K. E. Williams, left, of the Atlanta Police Department warns her of arrest unless she moves while protesting for rights for higher education for illegal immigrants in Atlanta. When Williams informed her she could get up now and that she's made her point, Martinez asked him if his ancestors had that opportunity.

Undocumented youth find security in publicly 'outing' themselves

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On June, 2011, Immigration activist Mohammad Abdollahi stands outside the Capitol building in Atlanta during a press conference where it was announced that several civil liberty groups had filed lawsuits challenging Georgia's new immigration law.

Ramiro Luna, a member of the North Texas Dream Team, cries upon learning the new U.S. immigration policy.

In what could be more good political fortune for President Obama, in the wake of his announcement that he intends to ease up on immigration enforcement for certain youth, a new poll shows that Americans have a more positive view about immigration.

New poll: 49 percent ‘more enthusiastic’ about Obama on immigration,voters are responding favorably to new Obama immigration policy.

Friday, March 16, 2012 photo, New York resident Melissa Garcia Velez from Colombia speaks during a rally in Union Square in New York. Across the country, children of families who live here illegally are "coming out" publicly under under the slogan "Undocumented, unafraid, unapologetic".

Students in Arizona listen to news of new Obama immigration policy

"Right to Dream" students and supporters block the street outside the federal Metropolitan Detention Center Friday June 15, 2012, in Los Angeles to celebrate the Obama administrations decision to stop deporting younger illegal immigrants or DREAMers.

Leslie Osegueda, a"Right to Dream" supporter blocks the street outside the federal Metropolitan Detention Center Friday June 15, 2012, in Los Angeles to celebrate the Obama administrations decision to stop deporting younger illegal immigrants or DREAMers. Obama says his plan to stop deporting younger illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children will make the system "more fair, more efficient and more just."

Myrna Orozco, 22, of Kansas City, Mo., an illegal immigrant originally from Mexico, wipes away tears while watching President Obama announce that the U.S. government will stop deporting and begin granting work permits to younger illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children and have since led law-abiding lives, Friday, June 15, 2102, in Washington

From left, Myisha Areloano, Adrian James, Jahel Campos, David Vuenrostro, and Antonio Cabrera camp outside of the Obama Campaign Headquarters in Culver City, Calif. in protest of President Obama's immigration policies and in hopes of getting him to pass an executive order to halt discretionary deportation on Friday, June 16, 2012.

Former Washington Post journalist turned immigration reform activist, Jose Antonio Vargas, right, an illegal immigrant, is overcome with emotion speaking to Gaby Pacheco, 27, of Miami, an illegal immigrant originally from Ecuador, after watching President Obama announce that the U.S. government will stop deporting and begin granting work permits to younger illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children and have since led law-abiding lives, Friday, June 15, 2012, in Washington.

"Right to Dream" students and supporters block the street outside the federal Metropolitan Detention Center Friday June 15, 2012, in Los Angeles to celebrate the Obama administrations decision to stop deporting younger illegal immigrants or DREAMers. Obama says his plan to stop deporting younger illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children will make the system "more fair, more efficient and more just."