Canadian Citizen living in US, but not exactly sure of the complete criteria of the DREAM ACT
When the DREAM act comes into law, come back with the question. For now, it is not the law. if you are referring to DACA, please follow the link below and decide for yourself.
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Please take a look here for some information on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals:
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At this time, there is no DREAM Act. There is a program called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) for certain immigrants who came to the United States at a young age, and graduated high school, got a GED, are currently in school and/or were honorably discharged from the armed forces. DACA does not lead to a path to legal status but does provide an opportunity to get work authorization in the United States. I recommend consulting with an experienced immigration attorney to find out if you may be eligible for DACA.
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