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Uniform Rule Of Naturalization

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Practically for more than 100 years, our U.S. federal government has remained prominent in the issue of immigration policy. Having this been said, congress and the Supreme Court have issued restricted space to states to adjust and control the existence of the immigrants that are inhabiting within their borders. The United States constitution rarely states anything about immigration when majority of Americans presumes it does. In Article I, Section 8, admits to Congress the authority "to establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization." The power that congress has is to execute laws ruling on how immigrants can obtain citizenship, an authority that should normally go through the national government.
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