How the 800,000 "Dreamers" differ from other undocumented immigrants: 1) They grew up speaking English and as part of the US community. 2) Most are in school or have jobs- they are part of our economy. 3) They have already passed background checks. 4) They have no where to go "back" to as many are not fluent in the language of their parents. We need to protect these people from the hateful effects of anti-immigrant policies. This has nothing to do with closing the border, protecting the US from "bad hombres" or other anti-immigrant policies. They are different. On the spectrum of undocumented immigrants, this group should be an easy pass.- SLeeMD

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