DREAM Act Amnesty Anything But One for Americans
Versions of the DREAM (Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors) Act reflect a range of subtle differences, but the concept is the same for all: Certain young undocumented immigrants would have six years to obtain a college degree and become American citizens. But for some, that proposal is more nightmare than dream," Theindependent.com writes.
"'It completely undermines the role of law,' said Kristen Williamson, spokeswoman for the Federation for American Immigration Reform, a nonprofit that seeks to end illegal immigration and establish tighter quotas for legal immigration. 'It sends the message that, as long as you get over the border and don't commit any violent crimes, you'll be granted amnesty and allowed to stay in the country.'"
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