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The DREAM Act (Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors) was an American law introduced in 2001 meant to give residency to undocumented immigrants who:
Why were opponents mainly against the act?
It might encourage more undocumented immigrations to migrate to the US.
It would cost \$1.4 trillion.
It would make the US less competitive in the global economy.
It would keep undocumented immigrants who committed crimes in the US.
It would primarily benefit the migrants' home country through remittances.