Add Your Voice

Let your elected officials know you support tuition and aid equity for DREAMers.

Use your voice—Let your elected officials know you support tuition and aid equity for DREAMers.   

You can find the contact information of your elected federal, state, and local representative using this website:

Take Action


At the end of June 2017, two developments – most notably a letter from 10 Republican Attorneys General threatening to sue the President if he doesn’t end DACA by September 5th – made clear that Dreamers are under imminent threat, which would put the nearly 800,000 undocumented youth whom the program allows to work and live legally in the U.S. at immediate risk of being stripped of their work authorization and subject to deportation.

DACA is under immediate, existential threat. By early September, DACA could be gone, putting 800,000 Dreamers at risk of immediate deportation. We need the President to protect DACA and Dreamers – and we need every single Member of Congress and Senator to co-sponsor legislation that would allow Dreamers to work and live in the U.S. and demand a vote on the floor of the House and Senate.


Sign on and Recruit People to Sign the “We are with Dreamers Letter Campaign”

What it is: Many organizations have come together to recruit leaders across the country to sign on to the We Are With Dreamers letter to demonstrate the overwhelming support for this constituency. We’ve included sample recruitment language below for you to send to leaders in your network.

Signatories will be published on August 15th, 2017. We need YOUR help recruiting state legislators, mayors, county and city officials, businesses, faith leader/institutions, law enforcement leaders/institutions, teachers, and civic leaders to join.

What you’ll need:

  • We are with Dreamers letter text here.
  • The sign-on link is here: ly/WithDreamers **Notice the W & D are capitalized; the link will not work if they are lowercase**
  • Sample recruitment language can be found here.

TheDream.US more than 4,000 DREAMer Scholars with DACA or TPS–they need your help!