WE, the undersigned citizens of the United States of America, do hereby charge the Congress of United States of America, our duly elected representatives, to draft and enact law or laws to effect the below listed demands. We impress upon both the House of Representatives and the Senate of the United States of America, that this issue is an urgent matter of national security and national soveriegnty, and should be addressed with immediacy and urgency. Illegal immigation, porous borders, and inadequate enforcement of our immigration and naturalization laws expose our people, and our country, to national security risks from terrorists, to economic threats from undocumented and untaxed workers, and to societal risks from the flow of illegal drugs, prostitution, and violent criminals. We, the undersigned American citizens, do urge our elected representatives to enact such law or laws with all due haste. 1. Close the Borders - Do not allow any undocumented persons to cross into the sovereign territory of the United States of America from any other country or any point of entry. 2. Deportation of Illegal Aliens - Round up every person illegally within the sovereign territory of the United States of America illegal and deport them. Set a date for this to begin; preferably by the end of the calendar year 2005. If the illegal persons have children that were born here, and the children are then citizens of the United States of America, then parents who are themselves illegally here in the U.S. can either take the children with them or leave the children here in the United States of American in the foster care of other U.S. citizens. 3. Voluntary Exit - Any person illegally within the sovereign territory of the United States of America who shall choose to leave the U.S. prior to the deportation date as defined above, and who shall register with the federal government on their way out of the country, expressing a desire to return, legally, to the United States of America, shall be given the highest priority for re-admittance and enrollment in the immigration and naturalization process, including the issuance of visas to return the United States of America, legally. 4. Expedited Visa, Immigration, and Naturalization Processes - for any person who was formerly within the United States of America illegally, priority shall be given to those that voluntarily exit the country, as defined above, and to those that wish to return as legal residents. Those that wish to establish themselves as naturalized citizens will be given further priority. The visa, immigration, and naturalization processes shall be streamlined and expedited for such persons to the extent possible, without jeopardizing national security. 5. Amnesty - the only amnesty that shall be given to any person illegally within the sovereign territory of the United States of America is this: if their only crime is being illegally within the sovereign territory of the United States of America prior to the deportation date as described above, and that person shall choose to voluntarily exit the United States and reapply for the Expedited Visa, Immigration, and Naturalization Process, as described above, then the crime of being an illegal alien within the United States prior to the deportation date shall not be held against them so long as they conform to the remainder of this petition and the other laws of the United States of America. No amnesty shall be allowed for any person deported after the deportation date and involuntary deportation based upon the crime of being an illegal alien, or any other crime, shall be an absolute bar to amnesty and to any visa, immigration, or naturalization programs. 6. Enforcement - Any and all enforcement of the provisions of this petition, law or laws enacted to make such provisions possible, or other laws in coordination with this petition, shall be a law enforcement operation, not a military operation. Official border patrol agents, other federal, state, and local law enforcement officers, and any other law enforcement officials called upon to assist in the enforcement of the aforesaid provisions shall be authorized and armed to the extent necessary to effect these provisions, law, and/or laws. The National Guard may be called upon to assist when and if absolutely necessary. No regular military assistance is required, requested, or shall be utilized. WE, the undersigned citizens of the United States of America, do hereby formally ask for this: Signatures Addresses
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