Dream act is not a permanent resident status, if you married to the U.S. citizen, you may obtain a permanent residence.
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There is no Dream Act. if you are referring to DACA, it does not lead to a green card.
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If your husband is a USC and you don't have any other grounds of inadmissibility, it may be better to fix your papers through him taking advantage of any waivers,if applicable, as you may get a green card though the process the only thing you gain from the Deferred Action is lawful presence, no legal status/ green card. You should have your entire Immigration history reviewed by a competent attorney.
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More information is needed to know whether you qualify for DACA.
As an immediate relative of your husband - a spouse - he may sponsor you. However, if you did not enter the USA legally - with inspection - you will need a waiver. You should qualify for the provisional waiver. To qualify for a waiver you must meet the hardship requirements. The government has discretion in determining hardship.
It might be a good idea for you to get DACA and then adjust through your husband.
I strongly suggest you consult with an experienced immigration attorney who will gather more facts and information from you before deciding what process is in your best interest.