A DREAM Deferred: Latinos and Immigration
Latino immigration has been on the rise primarily because of an influx of Mexican Americans entering the United States. Despite the increase in population and the majority status acquired by Latinos, many immigrants remain illegal and have found it very difficult to gain citizenship or resident status. The DREAM Act, introduced in 2001, aims to alleviate that problem, but has not been passed in Congress.
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