Dreamers Act provides a gateway for youth that came into the United State at a young age to have the ability to have legal immigrant status. While on the other hand DACA (Deferred Action for Children’s Arrival ) is for youth and for adults who do not have legal status to have the ability to pay for tuition as in state students,for the to obtain a driver’s license, and have the opportunity to receive a work permit and stay in the United States with permission for a limited period. Since DACA has a uncertainty to for those would claim, it. The young people prefer the Dream Act which consist of a long term solution. These children have the right to live in the society they grew up in and only know, receive a university education similar to everyone else, as well as having the right to become legal citizens now, without being faulted for an act they did not have any say in. The Dream Act should become a vital possibility for children of unauthorized immigrants who must claim their rights to the US citizenship, since it is not their fault they came into this country. The Dream Act provides for more than thousands of young people raised in the United States without legal status who were and are graduates from U.S. high school with few options to attend college or capable to obtain legal status. The Dream Act provides legal status for long-term U.S. residents who came to the United States illegally as children. These young people were never given the option to enter the United States legally since the decision to move to the United States was made by their parents or other adults. The DREAM Act would permit children with the opportunity to take corrective measures to have legal immigration status. That child is still apart of the State’s responsibility, it is the State that mandate for that child to go to school. Assuming that child has been apart of out school system from kindergarten to senior year. Then this child graduates valedictorian of the school. The question is: Should that child go off the college and become an engineer, neurosurgeon, or anything they imagine to be and become taxpayers, and in the process apply to become citizens. Or should we have that child pick tomatoes? These are the conflicts that are unfolding without the Dreamers Act. Among the American public there is a widespread of support for the Dream Act.The greatest way for Congress to speak against undocumented immigrant youth and families from anti- immigrant ploy and support a unpaired way to citizenship. These youth have gain the right to become legal citizens due to their childhood being in the United States. It would be considered redundant for them to be sent to “their” country when through their lives they grew up learning the United States Government system, history, and culture. To then remove them and place them in a foreign country that they might not even speak the language of, nor know any of the laws, or how even society works there, Mahwish Khan writes on American Voice: “The DREAM Act is bipartisan legislation that enables high-achieving young people – immigrants who have been raised here, have worked hard in school, and then pursue higher education or serve in the military – to achieve the American Dream.”These youth grow up with the American Dream that every other child that lives in America, to make a greater changes that will not only improve this country but the world. Karan goes on in his article to discuss the basics reason of why they should pass this law, and he is not the only one, we have former president Obama who even states “These are young people who study in our schools, they play in our neighborhoods, they’re friends with our kids, they pledge allegiance to our flag. They are Americans in their heart, in their minds, in every single way but one: on paper. They were brought to this country by their parents — sometimes even as infants — and often have no idea that they’re undocumented until they apply for a job or a driver’s license, or a college scholarship.” These are youth sitting in the same classroom as everyone else. They learned to love this Great country, and to be a proud American.Even are willing to fight for a country that is ready return them because to them this is home. When they hear the last four words of the Star Spangled Banner”Home of the Brave” it marked into their hearts as well, they are Americans. Dreamers should be allowed to attend universities, and ought to to pay the amount of a in state student does. There is a great hypocrisy when it comes to university not accepting illegal immigrants from each state. As long as students and more than qualified and are known as being genius they will be accepted from any other country full scholarship. However, you have have raised US child who happens to be illegal against their better knowledge of how it happened, denied any sort or acceptance into these school, due to their status in the country. Denied them to because the next greatest attorney this country has ever had, or even a top notch software developer; “Put yourself in their shoes. Imagine you’ve done everything right your entire life — studied hard, worked hard, maybe even graduated at the top of your class — only to suddenly face the threat of deportation to a country that you know nothing about, with a language that you may not even speak.” (Obama) Meanwhile university welcome into this country others who are aware of the US customs, laws, systematics. However disregard the youth that were raised in the States learned the same basics that every other US citizen student has from the same educational system that this country provides. These people do not just yearn for a education to become great, they truly want that opportunity that was spoken and taught to them since they were kids. How they could be and do anything with just some hard work. Having that become incapable to obtain do to a paper not stating their legal status is absurd. They work even harder to provide a better life then what their parents had. They recognize the difficulties that their parents went through, with being treated unlawfully, stressed, and worried constantly, and weary, because they came to this country with a mindset of hope. Then they realized it was not as easy as they imagined. Regardless they did what they felt was necessary in order for their children to break the common lifestyle that is inherited in their countries. These young adults want to break that chain for their parents. Which is very similar to people in this very country who work hard, in order take their family out of poverty. They are just like everyone else who just dream for a better future, and it is noticeable that they know how to achieve it, because all they desire is to go to a university and receive the same opportunity as other other student would. “Difficulties mastered are opportunities won.” Winston Churchill—children with the circumstances handled to them by their parents is is frustrating when you see, everyone around you has these doors open for then, and they are at the same doors, but those doors disregard their knocks. As a result of an uncontrolled situation they were brought into. It is not enough to give them a permit to stay in the States, until a expiration date appears that they are unaware of. A citizen means a born that was born in a certain state, or a person with declares allegiance to that country, and receive protection. These people have been proclaiming allegiance since they were five years old in kindergarten. Marshall Fitz writes “It’s time for Congress to quit machinating and start solving problems. No more stale, flimsy excuses. The American public strongly supports the DREAM Act . The time has come for Congress to stand and deliver. This dream has waited long enough.” This has been occurring for too long in this country, the government is expected now to pass the law their people have been demand for years to be set. They are there to support what the people want, and the people have be demanding this for some time. In the meantime the the Legislature and executive branch react to this delegation and important Act by negotiating it as if it were a credit card. You can use three fourth of the amount, only if you pay back with interest another fourth percent. Without any true regards of the thousands of lives the Act will affect. David Nakamura writes how our own President “Trump emphasized that his support of a citizenship path for about 690,000 immigrants would be contingent on securing $25 billion for a wall on the southwest border with Mexico and $5 billion for additional border upgrades. The president also is expected to continue his push to curb legal immigration as part of a deal.” Trump seems to have no value of importance with it comes to this Act passing. His only angle is being able to then do what he wants by securing that a wall with be built to “avoid” people from crossing the boards. Instead of focusing on creating a solution for the problem that’s occurring within the country he prefer to stress about something that is editable, and requires a greater solution than a wall being built. While on the other hand the republicans in Congress have created a different Act. Phil Keating reports from Fox News “The spokesman said that individuals under the SUCCEED Act would — after 15 years of legal status, including at least five years as a green card holder — qualify for naturalization and could apply for citizenship.” Their point of view is developing a processing a is the exact same things as the Dream Act, just it will take longer to become a citizen and would would need to pay a huge fee for entering the country without legal status. Essentially republicans blames these children, despite them not having any words about being brought into the country. These children have the right to live in the society they grew up in and only know, receive a university education similar to everyone else, as well as having the right to become legal citizens now, without being faulted for an act they did not have any say in. The Dream Act should become a vital possibility for children of unauthorized immigrants who must claim their rights to the US citizenship, since it is not their fault they came into this country. It is time, they are Americans in every other way: mind, heart, soul. It cannot be just they they be considered less due to them not having a sheet of paper referring them to what everyone already sees them as Americans.