Passing the Dream Act and putting young unauthorized immigrants on a pathway to citizenship would bring substantial benefits for the U.S. economy.
Passing the DREAM Act would lead to a cascade of economic gains for all Americans.
Passing the DREAM Act is the right thing to do morally and especially in terms of the current and future economy.
Passing the federal DREAM Act would significantly improve the economic outlook for states across the nation.
Passing the federal DREAM Act would add a total of $329 billion to the American economy by 2030.
State-by-state analysis demonstrates how 2.1 million undocumented youth would add $329 billion to our economy and result in 1.4 million new jobs.
Passage of the DREAM Act would improve the American economy and contribute to the economic recovery and our future economic stability.
Sarah Jane Glynn details why President Barack Obama’s recent immigration announcement benefits the nation’s bottom line.
CAP's Immigration Team presents the latest and most essential facts about immigration in our nation.
The Center for American Progress’s Immigration Team explains the implications of President Obama’s announcement to suspend deportation and grant work authorization to eligible immigrant youth.
States are working to make college possible for undocumented students, write Philip E. Wolgin and Maya Edelstein. Now the federal government needs to step up and do its part.
The DREAM Act helps a discrete group of high-achieving youths get right with the law and become full-fledged Americans.
Marshall Fitz runs through common arguments against the DREAM Act and shows how they come up short.
A vast network of youth are mobilizing for passage of the DREAM Act, a bill that would create a path to citizenship for undocumented young people, write Eduardo Garcia and Marshall Fitz.