By Christian von Preysing A youth group that got national attention this week by crossing Laredo's International Bridge One was outside Congressman Cuellar's office for a second day. The Dreamers and their supporters are protesting for recognition. They represent young people who were not born in the United States but grew up here from an early age. Today they were greeted with locked doors on their second visit at Cuellar's office. Spending the day seated outside they were looking for more recognition by the Cuellar who this week criticized their group for putting young people at risk to make a political statement. Protestors disagreed, and turned it around saying Cuellar is not doing enough for other dreamers who were still detained by customs officials following their crossing. Yesterday the dreamers were escorted out by sheriffs deputies after spending the afternoon there -- continuing their sit-in after a teleconference with the representative. On the door today the protestors found Cuellar’s door posted, saying staff was in the office but visits were available by appointment only.