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There are thousands of illegal immigrants who came to this country as children Most of them went to school here in this country But unfortunately most of them wanted to go higher than secondary education but cannot because of their legal status Also immigrants over 18 who want to work in a good place to make some money and have a good life without problems against the law but sadly they cannot because they are in this country and have no right to work and by that reason many of these immigrants will go astray to do things against the law to survive and unfortunately often these youngsters end up in jail for having committed any kind of crime There are many reasons why people want to abolish the Dream Act One of the reasons they want to discard the Dream Act would be that the illegal immigrants here are going to encourage more illegal immigrants to come to the US and have a better life Then these immigrants will be breaking the law for crossing the border illegal Also if they do cross the border then they would just have the opportunity to apply for the Dream Act and say that they have been here in the US for a long period of time with no proof Meaning that in the application the person could say that heshe is 45 and heshe has been here for 30 years in the US and crossed the border when heshe was 15 years old Another thing that an alien could do is that heshe could devise a statement explaining why heshe should obtain approval for the act Than some reasons why people are in favor of the Dream Act is that it would give the none citizen immigrants a chance of having a citizenship in the country They will to have social security to have a job and work This means there would be more jobs
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