Dozens of supporters lined up along bridge number one in support of what they call, the Dreamers. Thirty-one people who grew up in the United States and were deported when they were adults, crossed over into the United States Monday asking for humanitarian entrance. Megaphones, protest signs and plenty of support was awaiting these 31 dreamers who came to cross back into the United States Monday afternoon. They came chanting across in graduation caps and gowns to signify how they grew up and graduated in the American school system and now are forced to live in a foreign country. Claudia Munoz and Elysia Torres were there for support. As undocumented themselves, they cannot begin top imagine the life of a dreamer. "Families are meant to be together. So they are coming back to be with their families. They have parents, brothers, sisters that are here and want them home. I'm also undocumented as well. So this hits home for me." "I also have aunts that I haven't seen. I came here when I was six years old. I know them by name, but don’t have that family bond. I can only imagine what some of the dreamers have gone two years, three years without seeing their parents and to think how that would, to think how that would feel for me. I can't imagine it." The supporters started showing up around 11:00 Monday morning to make sure their message of support is heard. Some of the supporters bonded by getting together last night to make sign's like these, saying bring them home. "We know this country as our home. That's all we know. If we were deported or taken back home to our country of origin, that's a foreign country to us. We don't know anything more than the home we were raised." Customs agents are currently processing these dreamers. Officials tell us the process is long...and it will at least take the entire day to process these dreamers.