What is the DREAM Act forum about?
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What is the DREAM Act forum about?

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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.

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The DREAM Act or the Development, Relief and Education of Minors Act is a piece of proposed legislation that would give individuals who qualify the ability to join the military, go to college or to become a citizen of the U.S. The bill is targeted at individuals who were born in a foreign country but were brought to the U.S. as children without documentation. There are a number of requirements that must be met before an individual can qualify.

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