One in every 50 students who graduated high school last year were undocumented immigrants. Undocumented students can't apply for federal financial aid or many loans and scholarships. Those who do make it through college can't legally work in the United States. The DREAM Act in Congress would allow undocumented students - who meet the requirements - to get on a 'path to citizenship' if they earn a college degree or serve two years in the military. Molly Freed profiles the DREAM act, and one student who has fought for its passage. Carlos Padilla graduated from Chief Sealth High School in Seattle in 2010.