Supporters of the Dreamers staged a sit-in at Congressman Cuellar's office in Laredo this afternoon. Three of the supporters who crossed the border in protest this Monday made an extended visit to congressman cuellar's office. This came after Cuellar told us last night that he was opposed to the methods used by what he called professional activists who support the Dreamers movement. He told us that minors are being put at risk to make a political statement – a point today's visitors don't agree with. “We personally decided to join this organization because they help us more than anything,” said Javier Cortez, one of the Dreamers who crossed Monday. We were not allowed inside Cuellar's office while this happened today. Cuellar later held a telephone call with the activists “We got on a video conference. I spent time with them in the middle of this government shutdown,” said Cuellar. “And then they walked out and they had a sit-in in my office in Laredo. If you talk to somebody and they say they understand and they do a professional sit-down, then there is a problem.” We were informed this afternoon by a leader of a dreamers that a Sheriff’s deputy arrived later. The participants were escorted out but not arrested. The activists say they will be back tomorrow.