It was a mix of emotions for these dreamers Tuesday. After Elsie Nunez and her child were released Monday night, three more dreamers and their families were released Tuesday. "We're happy we're going to see our family. My brother and go to school." It's been four years since 15-year old Brando was able to see his brother and other family members. But for these dreamers, it's not just about them; now they await the other 30 dreamers who are still being processed. "It feels great, but I'm still waiting for my teammates to come out too, my friends that came here with me. And wishing the best for them to come out soon." "Now we're waiting for the other immigrants. We are family, we are friends. We're waiting for Ram, Edna, Sandra they come with us. We are family and they are our friends." But now that the dreamers are here, they're not even sure if they'll have a home to sleep in Tuesday night. Supporters are currently helping them find shelter and help them with airfare to get home to their families, who are located all across the United States. But these dreamers say finding a place to stay was the least of their worries. "Kind of, we aren't sure. We were more like what's going to happen, what are they going to tell us and stuff like that." Supporters are saying there are still 31 dreamers still in the detention center being processed. The one's that were let into the United States Tuesday received paper work saying they would have to go to court. From there, the court will decide if the dreamers and the family members who crossed over Tuesday will be allowed to live in the United States.