THERE IS A SOLUTION TO AMERICA’S ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION PROBLEM, AND NO ONE IN GOVERNMENT HAS EVEN MENTIONED IT; CITIZENS NEED TO DEMAND ACTION!

There is only one answer to America’s immigration problem and none of the politicians have even mentioned it; the American People deserve to know that their immigration problem is one created by the same people who are complaining about the immigration problem and it can be resolved.

If America had already implemented a national identification system, like other civilized nations have, there would be NO MASSIVE ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT PROBLEM. Further, the immigration problem will not be resolved until America does have a viable national identification system.

The whole problem is that the People oppose a national identification system because they think the government knowing who its citizens are and where they live is denying citizens their privacy; that is wrong for all reasons, Americans have no right to privacy by the Constitution, in fact the Constitution (Article I, section 2) provides for a census every ten years to identify their citizens and where they live (and many American people out of ignorance cheat on the census).

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A national identification systems starts a record of every citizen when the citizen is born and follows them, their spouse, and their children throughout their life until they die; a record of immigrants with resident visas begin when they enter the country and ends when they leave and indicates whether or not they are entitled to employment and they, of course, cannot vote under any circumstances since only citizens vote.

In nations that have national identification systems, an employee cannot be paid legally until his proof of employability has been approved by the national identification system.

When there is an election, the national identifications system, notifies every citizen when it is time to vote, establishes the citizens right to vote, and tells the citizen where he is to vote and when.

When it is census time, the national identification system determines the census by tabulation of records and determines the distribution of Congressional Districts.

The American Government has a Constitutional power and a necessity to know who are citizens and who are not citizens but legal residents, where every resident lives, and who their spouse and children are. Today that is possible with electronic technology for record keeping; it wasn’t possible in 1787 when the Constitution was written.

Why is it that not a single politician has mentioned the necessity of a national identification system in the discussion of the immigration issue?

If Americans were smart, they would demand that their government implement a national identification system for good reason and the benefit of the United States of America and the People.

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