Is there an age limit for DREAMers for immigration reform?

It must be acknowledged that the Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013 (BSEOIM) is particularly kind to DREAMers, undocumented aliens who arrived before their 16th birthday to the United States.  Unlike the past versions of the DREAM Act that had upper age limits (even DACA had an age limit and that stopped many aged out DREAMers from applying), the Obama Immigration Reform extends those privileges to all of them and that means that these childhood arrivals get a green card in just five years and citizenship immediately after that.  You just need to make sure that you have solid evidence of your date of birth, arrival date in the United States, and obviously, meet other requirements for RPI status adjustment.