Rights of Citizenship Amendment

A Resolution to Amend the U.S. Constitution Regarding the Rights of Citizenship

WHEREAS,   U.S. Citizens are guaranteed by this Constitution to certain inalienable rights, which includes certain privileges and responsibilities, and,
WHEREAS,   To ensure the integrity of the citizenry and ensure that those who immigrate to the United States maintain the basic standard of upholding the laws of the United States, and,
WHEREAS,   Undocumented, unauthorized, or illegal aliens enter the country on a daily basis in violation of United States law, and,
WHEREAS,   It is the will of the people of the State of {state}, it is hereby;
RESOLVED, By two-thirds of the Legislature of the State of {state} here assembled, that the following article is proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, which shall be valid to all intents and purposes as part of the Constitution when ratified by the legislatures of three-fourths of the several states within seven years from the date of its submission by the Congress, or by ratification of three-fourths of the States at a Constitutional Convention of the States, that we also hereby request:
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SECTION 1:  Congress shall pass no legislation, nor shall the President issue any Executive Directive, Order, or Memorandum, that grants any individual that is not a natural born citizen, naturalized citizen, native American under the Jay Treaty, a permanent resident alien in the process of become naturalized, or an individual that has been authorized for temporary residence for work or school, Citizenship or any rights or privileges guaranteed to United States Citizens under this Constitution.
SECTION 2:  No individual shall be considered by the Federal Government as authorized to apply for immigration or naturalization that has entered the country in violation of the immigration laws of the United States as passed by Congress.
SECTION 3:  Any legislation passed by Congress or Executive Order, Directive or Memorandum issued by the President after July 4, 2013 that purports to provide any citizenship rights on an individual that entered the country in contradiction to the immigration laws of the United States in force at that time are hereby invalidated and unenforceable.  Further, any legislation that excuses any action of an individual in contradiction to the immigration laws of the United States in force at that time are hereby deemed invalid and unenforceable.
SECTION 4:  Congress shall take the necessary action to repeal any legislation that was passed in violation of Section 3 immediately.  The President shall immediately issue an Executive Order rescinding any previous Executive Order, Directive or Memorandum issued in violation of Section 3.
SECTION 5:  Congress shall pass any necessary legislation to enact and enforce this article as soon as practicable.

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