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Immigrant Dreamers: The Inspiring Birds Soaring High Despite All Odds

Fast NewsImmigrant Dreamers: The Inspiring Birds Soaring High Despite All Odds

As the topic of immigration continues to be a hot-button issue in the United States, it’s worth considering those affected by the policies and rhetoric surrounding it. Among these groups are the so-called «Dreamers,» undocumented immigrants who arrived in the U.S. as children and have grown up here.

Despite facing uncertain futures and often being forced to hide their undocumented status, Dreamers are making an impact on American society. Named for the proposed DREAM Act, which would have granted them a path to citizenship, they have become known for their resilience and determination in the face of adversity.

One example of this is Elizabeth Vilchis, who came to the U.S. from Mexico at the age of 12. Vilchis faced many challenges growing up, including poverty and a lack of access to resources, but she managed to complete high school and attend college on a scholarship. Today, she is the CEO of her own tech company, LatinoTech.

Another inspiring story comes from the world of sport. Olympic medalist and DACA recipient Leo Manzano arrived in the U.S. from Mexico at the age of four. Despite facing numerous obstacles as an undocumented immigrant, Manzano went on to become a world-class runner. He won a silver medal in the 1500 meters at the 2012 London Olympics, becoming the first American to medal in the event since 1968.

These are just two examples of the many Dreamers who are making a difference in American society. By pursuing education, starting businesses, and excelling in athletics and other fields, they are embodying the American dream, even if they are not yet citizens.

Unfortunately, many Dreamers are now facing a bleak future. The Trump administration has announced plans to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which has allowed Dreamers to live and work in the U.S. without fear of deportation. This would put hundreds of thousands of young people at risk of losing their jobs, being expelled from school, and ultimately being sent back to countries they barely remember.

The fate of the Dreamers is uncertain, but their stories serve as a reminder of the resilience and determination that define the American spirit. They have overcome tremendous obstacles to reach their goals, and they continue to inspire others to do the same. Whatever the future holds for these young immigrants, their contributions to this nation cannot and should not be ignored.

Luna Miller
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