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Mothers Against Illegal Aliens CALL FOR ACTION to Congress of the United States of America.

MAIA orders the Congress of the United States of America without delay, to explicitly clarify in simple terms the 14th Amendment and bring into conformity the citizenship clause of the 14th Amendment Section 1 of the United States Constitution. Section 5 of the 14th Amendment gives Congress the force to facilitate this order by the People of the United States of America.

The 14th Amendment to the Constitution clearly states: “All persons born in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States” (emphasis added).

Thus there are two criteria which must be met before a child born in the U.S.A. can be considered a citizen: (1) Birth in the United States and (2) Subject to the jurisdiction of the United States. Illegal entrants are not “subject to the jurisdiction” of the United States, and consequently neither are their children. To eliminate the present problem of granting citizenship to infants NOT subject to the jurisdiction of the United States (since the parents are illegal), Congress needs to go on record as legally declaring that the child of an illegal alien inherits the status of his parent; thus, the child, like his parent, is recognized as an illegal alien. NO “amendment” to our present Federal Constitution is required, for our Constitution already affirms this position! “Anchor Children” will thus cease to be a means to legally ignore U.S. law.

Our Federal Constitution does not presently declare that everyone born in the U.S.A. is a citizen, for to be a citizen the infant must legally be “subject to the jurisdiction” of the U.S.A. Thus ONE of the infant’s parents (and if it is the father, this must by PROVED by DNA testing!) must be a U.S. citizen at the time of the child’s birth.

By automatically granting citizenship to the child of an illegal entrant, we presently reward illegal entrants for violating American law and provide them with a means to avoid the consequences of their unethical and illegal activities. AND we create within their minds an attitude which encourages them to undertake selfish and self-centered activities in the future.

Our Federal Congress needs to discourage, not encourage, illegal aliens from violating ALL the laws of the United States — NOT reward them for such uncivilized behavior!

To demonstrate the sincerity of our desire to fairly enforce the laws of our nation, all illegal aliens captured within the territory of the United States MUST be considered and treated as felons and have their finger prints and photographs taken for future identification purposes before imprisonment and/or deportation. Said felons will be classified as “undesirable” and not allowed to legally enter the United States for a minimum of TEN years from the date of their most recent capture as an illegal alien. (Thus those who truly wish to enter the U.S. and become citizens will not risk having their wishes and plans “set back” by a mandatory 10-year penalty period because of their crime; they will LEGALLY attempt to enter the U.S.)

The above CAN be done. This is the Will of the American People.

Michelle Dallacroce

Founder, MAIA

USAF Veteran