DENVER (CBS4) – The White House unveiled an immigration plan that provides a pathway to citizenship for nearliy 1.8 million dreamers — who are undocumented immigrants brought to this country illegally as children.

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They’d have to meet certain requirements that include work, education and good moral character to become citizens.

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The White House, in exchange, wants $30 billion to strengthen security along the southern border — $25 billion would go toward a border wall.

The administration says dreamers would be immediately protected from deportation.

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One of those dreamers who lives in Fort Collins will be the guest of Colorado Rep. Jared Polis (D) at the president’s State of the Union Address next week.

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  1. and President Trump has a plan to do protect them but the dimocrats want to use them for political attacks just like when they shut down the government so who is really for the DREAMERS

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