1. The purpose of
2. Since immigration policy can profoundly shape a country, it should be set by deliberate actions, not by accident or acquiescence, with careful consideration to ensure that it does not adversely affect the quality of life of American citizens and their communities.
3. Immigration policy should be based on and adhere to the rule of law. Immigration laws must be enforced consistently and uniformly throughout the
4. Non-citizens enter the
5. The borders of the
6. Those responsible for facilitating illegal immigration shall be sought, arrested and prosecuted to the full extent of the law and shall forfeit any profits from such activity. This applies to smugglers and traffickers of people, as well as to those involved in the production, procurement, distribution, or use of fraudulent or counterfeit documents.
8. Those who enter or remain in the
9. No federal, state or local entity shall reward individuals for violating immigration laws by granting public benefits or services, or by issuing or accepting any form of identification, or by providing any other assistance that facilitates unlawful presence or employment in this country. All federal and law enforcement agencies shall cooperate fully with federal immigration authorities, and shall report to such authorities any information they receive indicating that an individual may have violated immigration laws.
10. Illegal aliens currently in the
11. Unless at least one parent of a child is a citizen, the child will be considered to be not under the jurisdiction of the U.S. for purposes of amendment 14 to the Constitution.
12. English shall be the official language of the United States and will be used exclusively in all federal proceedings and documents. A Public Interpreter will be provided for anyone who cannot afford one. The Government of the United States shall preserve and enhance the role of English as the official language of the United States. However, nothing in this principle shall be construed to inhibit or make illegal the private or non-governmental use of foreign languages by individuals or businesses. Without incurring any sanctions from federal, state and local authorities for doing so, businesses may require their employees to speak exclusively English on the business premises as a condition of employment.