The plight of undocumented immigrants, especially those who came to the United States as minors, has become one of the most dramatic tests of how rhetoric can challenge normative logics of citizenship, belonging, and personhood. Once seen as a faceless population of people living in the shadows, undocumented immigrant youth in the early 21st century, better known as DREAMers, began to speak up, reveal their undocumented status, and protest the ever-expanding US immigration enforcement apparatus. Indeed, the DREAMers are arguably the best-known and most vocal group in the broader population of undocumented immigrants in the United States. Many of them were brought across the border by their parents, and many speak of their experiences growing up in the United States as cultural insiders and as members of society.