Dream Act (Andalus)

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Dream Act (Andalus)
Andalusian Parliament
Law Removing Barriers To Immigrants Gaining Legal Recognition
Enacted by Mansour Reza
Date enacted 1 March 2011
Date passed 30 December, 2010
Date of Royal Assent 2 January 2011
Legislative history
Introduced by Alexandre Bahra
First reading 18 November, 2010
Second reading 30 November, 2010
Third reading 23 December, 2010
Summary
Passed by Senate 214 YEA - 35 NAY
Passed by National Assembly 402 YEA - 186 NAY
Status: In force

The Dream Act is a law passed by the Andalusian Parliament that eliminated immigration quotas and waiting periods for illegal and legal immigrants in Andalus. It replaced the state-level immigration laws that largely contributed to the 2009-13 Immigration Crisis, by allowing faster access to resettlement aid for immigrants.

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