I currently have a dreamer status and i want to know if there is ANY Possible way i can serve The US.
Possibly, see the link below regarding the MAVNI program.
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No. Unless you fall into very narrow category carved out for interpreters from certain languages, you have to be at least an LPR. Talk to a recruiter.
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Your best bet is to speak with a recruiter to determine your eligibility.