Among the six immigration principles proposed by Republican leaders is one that addresses the plight of the nation’s 2 million DREAMers.
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“Let’s do it now, let’s not delay, let’s get this done in a bipartisan fashion,” said President Obama.
“As educators we need to share our students’ stories and be a voice for our students” — Kari Johnson, Wisconsin teacher
“We welcome the DREAM Act provision granting a five-year path to citizenship for those who entered the U.S. before age 16,” said teacher Dennis Van Roekel.
Fourth-grade teacher and mom Caroline Sweet says we must abandon policies that support a “haves and have nots” system. She’s even made her case to President Obama.
“When you have an immigration policy in this country that is terrifying to 11-year-olds, something is wrong.”
Push for common-sense, bipartisan reform would bring millions of students and their famiies out of the shadows
Romney offers DREAMers no assurance they can stay in the U.S., the only home they’ve ever known
Scores of hard-working, law-abiding immigrant students move closer to fulfilling their education dreams.
High school teacher welcomes President Obama’s decision to allow DREAMer students to live and work legally in the United States.