The Citizenship I.D. Declaration Act.

The national security, national economy, voter integrity, and citizen safety, are all dependent on making it impossible for illegal aliens to live here.  To accomplish this objective, all of those events listed below in this Act, will require proof of American citizenship, proof of registered alien status, or proof of temporary current visa status, in order to participate.  The goal is massive illegal alien self deportation, due to life in America as an illegal alien being impossible, because illegal aliens will be unable to participate in the events below in the List of Activities.  If it is impossible to stay, because you can’t do anything here if you are an illegal alien, your only choice is to leave. No rounding up, no massive law enforcement expense, and no daily life disruptions for those who can participate.

Individuals are already required to present government photo I.D. for a huge range of activities, all of which are verified by government, law enforcement, and lawfully by private individuals in business, when you present your I.D. for something you want or have to do.  All that is required for compliance with this Act, is for individuals to present the same basic government I.D., usually the drivers license, that people present every day for many of these same events, and other events, already. The citizenry won’t be impacted at all. The people aren’t changing anything in their normal course of affairs.

What will change are the I.D.’s themselves. Both the State Drivers License with photo, and the State Identification Card with photo, will have on them, in large, bold, red type, the block letter printed declaration: “U.S. Citizen,” or “Registered Alien.”   The only other declaration on a driver license or state I.D., would be the classification of an extended work visa, such as an H1, with an expiration date, where the declaration on the driver’s license or state I.D. would be for example: “H1 Visa. Expires…” and the expiration date would be on the I.D..   This would greatly facilitate all interactions with law enforcement, because when they ask for license or I.D., they automatically know the status of the person without even having to ask. Since citizenship is not a private or protected status, and since everyone has to declare their citizenship at the border both leaving and returning to the United States, to have it declared on a government photo I.D. does not violate any law or any part of individual rights in the Constitution.  If it did, there could be no U.S. Passport.  It can also be presumed that anyone living in the United States, without a drivers license or state I.D. card, except for tourists, visitors and other legal classifications, is in the country illegally.

The enforcement of this law will be such that for the activities listed below, all the business person offering the good or service has to do is confirm that the identity is correct, and status of the customer is U.S. Citizen, Registered Alien, or Visa type within the Expiration Date, in order to offer the good or service.  All the government agent has to do is verify the identity and that the person is declared a citizen, registered alien, or visa holder.  Failure to ask, or confirm, by any person or persons, public or private, for any Activity listed below, that the I.D. is of the person holding it, current and not expired, and that it clearly declares citizenship, registered alien status, or current visa status, such person or persons shall be subject to severe fines and imprisonment, the exact terms of which to be determined by Congress.

State government photo I.D. cards shall be as modern, tamper proof, and clearly visible in declaring the status of the individual.  Within six months of passage of this Act, all states shall issue, as much as possible given current technology, tamper proof drivers licenses and state I.D. cards, where the declaration of citizenship, registered alien, or temporary visa status, is clearly printed in easy to read, bold, red, block letters and numbers.  States may require new I.D.’s at regular renewals, or come up with a faster system of renewal, so long as any system does not delay renewal beyond the current expiration date of any I.D..  Failure of any state to be in full compliance with this act shall result in the immediate denial of ALL highway funds and transportation funds and grants, with the option on federal law enforcement funds and grants, until such time as the state is in full compliance.  Precedent for this was the federal withholding of highway funds to ensure compliance by the states of raising the drinking age to 21 from 18, even though this is not within the delegated powers of Congress by the Constitution.  Since this Act is essentially a border protection act, and the Federal Government has the Constitutional jurisdiction of the border, requiring state compliance is purely within federal jurisdiction.  States may seek to use other forms of I.D. that accomplish the same declaration, and may seek funding from Congress and help with implementation from the Federal Government.  As long as the aim is accomplished that through declarative I.D.’s it is impossible for illegal aliens to live in the United States of America.

Proof of citizenship or registered alien status, demonstrated by passport, birth certificate, naturalization certificate, or green card, with government photo I.D. confirmation for the birth certificate, shall be required to secure any state drivers license or state I.D. card.  No other form of I.D. is valid for establishing citizenship or legal immigrant status.  The visa declaration shall require the presentation of the visa and a government issued photo I.D. from the country of citizenship, usually a passport.  States failing to follow these procedures shall be subject to the same withholding of all highway and transportation funds and grants.  States changing the declarations to false terms such as “undocumented immigrant,” or any other term other than those specifically listed in this Act, shall result in the same withholding of funds to states as mentioned throughout this Act.  Illegal aliens caught presenting a false, fake, or someone else’s I.D. shall subject them and their immediate family to permanent deportation.  Chain migration for consistency ensures chain deportation.

The Citizenship I.D. Declaration Act List of Activities.

In order to participate in any way in the events listed below, or as required by any of the events listed below, everyone shall present their drivers license or state I.D. card with photograph, with proper declarations per this Act of citizenship, registered alien, or current visa status, for any of the following:

To vote in any form, and to register to vote.
To register a car with the DMV.
To rent a car.
To open and maintain a bank account.
To get and keep a credit card.
To get a commercial or private bank loan or mortgage.
To open an investment account.
To enroll a child or adult in any elementary school, high school, college, graduate program, vocational school, or any academic or trade school.
To own or rent property.
During all routine traffic stops by law enforcement.
During any law enforcement proceeding.
To serve in the military.
To work in any capacity for any government or private sector job.
To get a business license to open a business.
To be certified to operate a truck, bus, boat, or airplane.
To purchase a firearm, but such check shall not register the firearm or owner.
To pay taxes, receive a tax refund, or be issued an ITIN number.
To start a new phone contract.
To send money in any form, e.g. wire transfers, outside the country.
To receive money in any form, from any foreign country.
To receive any form of public assistance, including but not limited to: food stamps, section 8 housing, welfare, WIC, any cash awards, government job training, or any other grant or subsidy.
To receive any public health assistance aka Obamacare.
To purchase health and car insurance.
To serve on a jury.
To receive any publicly funded health care except emergency care.
To receive Social Security, Medicare, or any other service, entitlement, or retirement plan.

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