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DREAM Provisions in S. 744

Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013

S. 744, the Senate immigration reform bill, incorporates key provisions from the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act. These provisions would provide a direct road to U.S. citizenship for undocumented youth who graduate from U.S. high schools and attend college or perform military service.


DREAM Act: Summary (updated 5/25/11)


Pro-DREAM Activity Shows That the Immigration Movement Is Stronger Than Ever (PDF) (Posted 12/15/10)
 


Summary of Significant Changes in the DREAM Act from S. 729 to S. 3992 (PDF) (12/3/10)


Just the Facts: Five Things You Should Know about the DREAM Act  (Updated 12/15/10)


DREAM: State-specific Fact Sheets (PDFs) — Florida | Illinois | North Carolina | Texas


The DREAM Act Should Include Students Who Have Waited Nine Years for its Passage (PDF) (11/29/10)
 


Why Enactment of the DREAM Act Would Aid the Ailing Economy and Generate Tax Revenues (PDF) (3/26/09)
 


The DREAM Act: Creating Economic Opportunities (Immigration Policy Center website)
 


The DREAM Act: Correcting Myths and Misperceptions (NILC, 2010)
 


The Economic Benefits of the DREAM Act and the Student Adjustment Act  (NILC, 2005)