He's not a citizen but is a felon. He victimized people by stealing their stuff. That really, really sucks. He has no right to be here.
Yeah it's called the difference between being a citizen and not. We treat those two conditions differently all the time.
In many cases, that's a reciprocation of US policy, as seen from abroad. Call an embassy/consulate with a general inquiry and get the same frosty response; then 'clarify' that you're a citizen of Canada or Spain, for example. You may be surprised.
folks who want more enforcement and regulation of the borders deserve a hearing of their views
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