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Right now, there is a lot of questions revolving around DACA and the Dreamers Act. What will happen to Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM or Dreamers) and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients? What will happen to their families? What will congress come up with as a substitute? Will there even be a substitute? As of now, there are many unknowns and many uncertainties for these families and communities while congress is deciding what to do. Dreamers should be allowed to stay in America because they were brought to America at a young age, there will be an economic impact as dreamers permits expire, and America is their home.
First, Dreamers were brought illegally to the United States at a young age. As their parents fled their countries for a chance at a better life, they brought their children. Many of Dreamers and DACA recipients are as young as six years old. For many, it is a step towards becoming a citizen. It is a program that allows them to work, to drive, to establish credit and needs to be renewed every two years. DACA gives Dreamers access to the little things we take for granted every day. 
Second, there will be an economic impact as Dreamers are no longer allowed to renew DACA. As the Dreamers work permits expire, they will no longer be able to continue to work. This has a negative impact on the economy because business will then have to fire their employees. Work will then be slowed, or even halted as they try to rehire someone for that position. Nicholls and Fiorito wrote, “This latter measure provided approximately 553,000 undocumented youths with temporary relief (two years) from deportation”(1). This means that there will be 500,00 less people working in the United States. Also, this may mean that there will be an increase of people being paid “under the table” which also negatively impacts the economy. 
Lastly, America is home to this group of people. They have been here from a young age. Another thing to think about is, “The Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act (DREAM) Act was first introduced in Congress in 2001 in order to provide a pathway to citizenship to certain undocumented immigrants who migrated as children”(Gonzales 2). This means that many Dreamers are now adults, they have families, or are trying to support their families. They are living in fear every day because they do not know what will happen to them, or their family members if DACA and DREAM are taken away from them.  
In conclusion, Dreamers and DACA should remain in tact as this group of people have been in America from a young age, it will have a negative economic impact, and America is their home. Congress should keep DACA or create an equal program that will help these young people and keep families together. These programs help undocumented youth develop economically and socially. If America is the home of the free, why would we take away their freedom?