Please consider changing the phrase, “building a border around America” to “virtual reality visas.”
I have written articles which present restrictions on coming across the United States borders; “if in a back ground check the requestor cannot be traced back 10 years the requestor will not receive a visa to enter into a State.” The petitioner must submit their request through one of the sovereign states. (US constitution Amendment 10)
This would establish, as per the constitution, Departments of Immigration in each individual state enabling the States to establish their immigration program according to amendment 10, then the Federal Government will continue utilizing the naturalization rules of law of 1805, 1954, 1990 and 2000 articles of naturalization which adheres to the 17 responsibilities of a Federalism, the United States Constitution and the Bill Of Rights.
In addition; the current illegal immigrants are substantially higher than the 12 to 20,000,000 as presented by the federal government. These figures are in excess of 50 million at a cost to American taxpayer of approximately $4,000 per individual per month. Unless Congress declares these illegal immigrants invaders, the federal government has no responsibility. I request Congress to re-establish the Constitution and pass a bill that these illegal immigrants are “invaders” forcing them to utilize the state immigration program with a petition fee of $1500 per applicant.
I have presented how these illegal immigrants would be restricted from utilization of social welfare, education, sending money out of country and medical assistance for a two year period. These illegal immigrants will require a sponsor and also employment through their sponsor before they can submit a “virtual reality visa” through the sovereign state.
After the two-year probation, they would then be required seven years residencies. Upon completion and good moral character, they would submit to the federal government paperwork of naturalization.
Any illegal immigrant who gave birth to a child is not protected under the naturalization act and are anchor babies. These anchor babies would be required to fulfill and follow the same procedures as their parents.
Currently there are millions of anchor babies who are in fear of being removed and deported without a due process procedure which can only be provided by following the above conditions
It should be noted the above is not an executive order condition. It would require congress to establish laws which are required for enforcement of the constitution after which time the executive branch would be required to provide protection and enforcement of the congressional laws.
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Charles Frederick Tolbert EdD
Was a Candidate For U. S. Senate Florida 2016
Immigration belongs to the States
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Re: 4:6-CB-349-RH-CAS Charles Frederick Tolbert v State of Florida Legislature
Subject: Electing a ‘”Write-In” Can Be Done
Our state rights
The States have lost their authority to the federal government because our governors do not understand the constitution. Under the 10th amendment each Governor must take their power back. According to Article 3 section 1, the three branches (Legislative, Judicial and Executive), have authority over 17 issues to include defense, naturalization and interstate commerce.
Governors of each of these United 50 States are responsible to govern as a sovereign country. In the constitution we are a Federalism not a Democracy. Therefore the federal government is not responsible for any occurrence natural or otherwise to a state.
The funding Florida gets for education, roads, interstate commerce, healthcare, Medicaid and other funding, is also unconstitutional.
The ruling by the Supreme Court concerning illegal immigrants and Congressional failure to declare these immigrants as invaders was decided upon by Supreme Court decisions.
The Governor of Florida can declare a state of emergency and call the National Guard to protect the borders from invaders.
Florida has allowed Sharia law, Muslims of Isis, and the building of worship centers for these individuals at the Orlando airport, which is against the US Constitution. Anyone who does not agree with, or contradicts the US Constitution, should not be allowed on US soil and should be considered a terrorist.
Congress has failed to respect the 10th amendment, and balancing our budget is another reason why we need to elect an NPA candidate for US Senate.
All debts contracted and engagements entered into, before the adoption of this Constitution, shall be as valid against the United States under this Constitution, as under the Confederation.
This Constitution, and the laws of the United States which shall be made in pursuance thereof; and all treaties made, or which shall be made, under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme law of the land; and the judges in every state shall be bound thereby, anything in the Constitution or laws of any State to the contrary notwithstanding.
The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the members of the several state legislatures, and all executive and judicial officers, both of the United States and of the several states, shall be bound by oath or affirmation, to support this Constitution; but no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States.
Charles Frederick Tolbert EdD
Candidate For U. S. Senate Florida 2016
Charles F. Tolbert EdD
Citizens For America (CFA)
The Un-Constitutionality of Citizenship by Birth to Non-Americans
The 14th Amendment
By P.A. Madison
Former Research Fellow in Constitutional Studies
February 1, 2005
We well know how the courts and laws have spoken on the subject of children born to non-citizens (illegal aliens) within the jurisdiction of the United States by declaring them to be American citizens. But what does the constitution of the United States say about the issue of giving American citizenship to anyone born within its borders? As we explore the constitutions citizenship clause, as found in the Fourteenth Amendment, we can find no constitutional authority to grant such citizenship to persons born to non-American citizens within the limits of the United States of America.
We are, or should be, familiar with the phrase, “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and the States wherein they reside.” This can be referred to as the citizenship clause of the Fourteenth Amendment, but what does “subject to the jurisdiction” mean? Jurisdiction can take on different meanings that can have nothing to do with physical boundaries alone–and if the framers meant geographical boundaries they would have simply used the term “limits” rather than “jurisdiction” since that was the custom at the time when distinguishing between physical boundaries and reach of law.
Complete jurisdiction thereof means Not owing allegiance to anybody else. That is what it means. This will not, of course, include persons born in the United States who are foreigners, aliens, who belong to the families of ambassadors or foreign ministers accredited to the Government of the United States, but will include every other class of persons born to parents who at the time were subject to the authority of the United States, and in other words born within the jurisdiction of the United States of parents not owing allegiance to any foreign sovereignty.
What does it all mean?
In a nutshell, it means this: The constitution of the United States does not grant citizenship at birth to just anyone who happens to be born within American borders. It is the allegiance (complete jurisdiction) of the child’s birth parents at the time of birth that determines the child’s citizenship–not geographical location. If the United States does not have complete jurisdiction, for example, to compel a child’s parents to Jury Duty – then the U.S. does not have the total, complete jurisdiction demanded by the Fourteenth Amendment to make their child a citizen of the United States by birth. How could it possibly be any other way?
The framers succeeded in their desire to remove all doubt as to what persons are or are not citizens of the United States. They also succeeded in making both their intent and construction clear for future generations of courts and government. Whether our government or courts will start to honor and uphold the supreme law of the land for which they are obligated to by oath, is another very disturbing matter.
Gary L. Koniz
“United Labor Unifying The Nation Providing Jobs
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Immigration belongs to the States