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US Constitution Apply to Citizens

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Submitted by Cathey (United States), Dec 14, 2015 at 10:55

To assume that non-citizens of the United States have Constitutional rights is an incorrect argument. The United States constitutions, state & federal apply to the citizens of their respective residency. Foreign nationals do not have the law of the US organically confered upon on their beings.

Yes, law is complex and extensive. Please research further regarding US law and Statutory Authority of the President to keep out any anyone: 8 USC Section 1182 - there is more code.

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