The U.S. Constitution And The Bill of Rights Protects Citizens, Aliens, Residents, Naturalized
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The U.S. Constitution And The Bill of Rights Protects Citizens, Aliens, Residents, Naturalized

September 24, 2019


let me get something straight here for
those illegal aliens that might be watching the program you have human
rights you do not have legal rights undocumented immigrants do have legal
rights under the Constitution as well as many federal statutes as far back as
1896 the US Supreme Court ruled that the Fourteenth Amendment of the Constitution
is not confined to the protection of citizens it says nor shall any state
deprive any person of life liberty or property without due process of law nor
deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the
law these provisions are Universal in their application to all persons within
the territorial jurisdiction without regard to any differences of race of
color or nationality all persons in the US therefore have constitutional rights
among these are the right to equal protection of the law
and the right to due process undocumented persons also have a
constitutional right under the Fourth Amendment to deny any officer from
entering the residence without consent apps in a search warrant further all
children regardless of their immigration status are entitled to free public
education as required under the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth
Amendment additionally under federal law publicly-funded hospitals must provide
emergency medical services to all patients regardless of their immigration
status these are just a few of the rights that our Constitution and federal
laws grant to all persons living in the United States these rights are intended
to protect all US residents from discrimination and arbitrary government
action these rights are especially critical when hatred based on race color
and national origin is on the rise

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