Dream Act Pros And Cons

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Are You Agreeing With the Dream Act? Do you really know what the Dream Act is? By definition, the Dream Act is an acronym for development, relief, and education for alien minors. In other words, it is an American legislative proposal introduces in the senate on august 1, 2001, by Dick Durbin and Orrin Hatch. The Dream Act is a chance for millions of undocumented youth people who were brought by their parents having less than 16 years of age to become legalized with the purpose to continue with their studies. The Dream Act should be allowed because it will push the economic, it will support our troops and it will increase the rate of people with better education standards. The Dream Act will push the economic. It is known that when people…show more content…
The Dream Act would be a great incentive to finish an education. When people do not have documents, getting them become their first priority. If the government tells them to go school in order to get it, many people will go. By this way, school will be beneficiated because this people would have to pay for their tuitions; the government is not giving them any kind of help as financial AID. The dissertation rate will decrease because these people will do everything to obtain good grades in order to be eligible to become legal residents. This country brings millions of people who are trained outside the country to occupy spaces that are not filled with our own people. The government should take people who are already here, who often speak another language other than English and who can contribute to the economy as they have to pay to go to school. The DREAM Act would be a great help to this country because we know what happens when the level of education in a country…show more content…
It will support our troops because this in one of the requirement to get the permanent residency, so many people will get into the military service, and it will increase the rate of people with better education standards because many people will have to go school. It is important to know that the Dream Act is not as simply as a bill that legalizes everyone automatically as the opponents of the bill might assume. Undocumented immigrants have to work hard and be patient. The Dream Act is the opportunity to some people who have been brought to this county sometimes without their fault to live legally in one country that usually is the only one they
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