and so we should punish the victims? Sure it shouldn't, but to late now. This has been what we have been doing for decades and it hasn't worked. We been hunting down illegals and shipping them back for decades, serious what more can we do, shoot them, imprison them, do you know how much that would cost, how amoral it would make us? True, strange isn't it, all the wall building, all the boarder patrols, all the arrests and yet the economy can do more be removing the jobs they are coming here for, gee sort of proof of what I'm saying. It would be a better thing if we also imprisoned people for hiring illegals. You can continue to hunt for illegals and deport them but if you don't get rid of jobs for them they will just keep coming back! Not really here are all the requirements to get in for the Dream Act: * Have proof of having arrived in the United States before age 16. * Have proof of residence in the United States for at least five consecutive years since their date of arrival, compliance with Selective Service. * Be between the ages of 12 and 29 at the time of bill enactment. * Have graduated from an American high school, obtained a GED, or have been admitted to an institution of higher education. * Be of "good moral character" * Requires anyone applying for the DREAM Act to show that he is likely to qualify in order to receive a stay of deportation while his application is pending. * Individuals would continue to be excluded if they have received a final order of deportation, have engaged in criminal activity, or present a national security or terrorist threat. And then they have to: * Submits biometric information. * Undergoes security and law-enforcement background checks. * Undergoes a medical examination. * Registers for the Selective Service. This makes it all very unlikely they could get in if they were arrest for being an illegal, more so for the parents they would have to leave the USA for 10 years before they could gain legal status through their citizenized child.