The best bet to offer Dreamers citizenship: give them a choice of military service in the Reserves or National Guard, if they are educated enough and already have jobs, as the *fastest* route to citizenship.
Second, and this is an odd one, use existing federal funds to set up local library English as a Second Language (ESL) programs targeted at both legal immigrants and Dreamers. That is, the fastest route to success in the US is to be English literate. Give them “citizenship credit” for levels of proficiency in English.
Public libraries are a great place to do this, because much of their funding, from all sources, is based on the headcount of those that visit. Many library workers have degrees in English along with Library Science. And a goodly number speak Spanish.
The idea is not just citizenship for those we choose to give citizenship, but *successful* citizenship. The path to prosperity.
The flip side to all of this is deportation of the bad ones. Very little tolerance for misbehavior. If they foul up, they are and should be kicked out and permanently barred from reentry, a serious federal felony if they come back.
Likewise, there should be no effort to integrate refugees. It is not unreasonable to set up secure refugee camps, such as we have in Florida. To let refugees know that if they come here because they fear for their lives, they will live, but they will not become residents of the US, only staying here as long as necessary before they can return home to their native country.