The DREAM Act is legislation that provides immigrant students the opportunity to apply for temporary legal status and eventually become eligible for U.S. citizenship, according to the National Immigration Law Center. The... More »

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To qualify for residency under the DREAM Act, the DREAM Act Portal lists several requirements. An individual must have entered the United States before the age of 16 and, at the time of application, be between the ages o... More »

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The controversial Dream Act has numerous pros and cons. The pros include an expansion of opportunities for young people who have grown-up and studied in the U.S. but do not have a mechanism to obtain legal status. The co... More »

To qualify for residency under the DREAM Act, the DREAM Act Portal lists several requirements. An individual must have entered the United States before the age of 16 and, at the time of application, be between the ages o... More »

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A positive element of the DREAM Act is that it provides a path to citizenship while redirecting resources previously focused on illegal immigration, according to OccupyTheory. Negative aspects of the DREAM Act are that i... More »

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The DREAM Act forum is a website where users can get information on the DREAM Act. Users can also connect with a community of people committed to the DREAM Act's successful passage through the U.S. Congress. More »

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Combining more than 116 separate pieces of legislation into one Act, the Equality Act of 2010 provides Britain with new laws to protect people against discrimination, explains the Equality and Human Rights Commission. It... More »

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