On January 1, 2010, we embarked on a 1,500-mile walk from our home in Miami, FL, to Washington, D.C to share our stories, so that everyday Americans understand what it’s like for the millions of young immigrants like us, unable to fully participate in society. It’s time that our country come together to fix a failed system that keeps millions in the shadows, with no pathway to a better life.

After a historic victory on the House of Representatives now the Senate will take up the DREAM Act next week. Check out the Trail of DREAMs' official statement on next week's vote. Click here

Recent Blogposts

Kelsey Burke's Story

24 NOVEMBER 2011
When I turned 18 years old, I went in for a consultation with an immigration attorney. He said that since I was from Honduras, I could apply for Temporary Protection Status. During the next year, I worked at the mall, 10 ...
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On Immigration and Detention, the Facts Matter Indeed: From the voices of Latinos facing the injustice

16 AUGUST 2011
When I turn on the TV or read the paper about Secure Communities (S-COMM), a controversial program that forces local police to share information about the immigration status of people they detain (before conviction), I cannot react any other way ...
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The HALT Act

23 JULY 2011

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Please call your senator and tell he or she to support the DREAM Act:


Here is a script you could follow:

"Hi, I'm calling to ask Senator (your senators name) to please support the DREAM Act. This piece of legislation is good for our great nation and it would help million of young people. Please let them serve our country by voting "yes" on the DREAM Act. My zipcode is (your zipcode)" 

It will take a few moments and it will have a huge impact.

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Signers will receive ongoing updates from Presente.org & SWER.