The Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act (DREAM) is a bipartisan proposal that would provide a conditional path to legal permanent residence for certain unauthorized youth who, as children, were brought to the U.S. To qualify they must complete high school, demonstrate good moral character, and complete at least two years of higher education or serve for at least two years in the U.S. military, among other criteria

2013 Immigration Reform Resources

On 12/18/10, the Senate failed on a motion to invoke cloture on the DREAM Act (H.R. 5281) by a 55-41 vote. The failed vote meant that the DREAM Act would not progress any further in the Senate.

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Additional Resources

Cite as AILA Doc. No. 12032175.