I can't keep up with it Wednesday in real-time - got to go to a funeral ...
If they haven't registered to become citizens, they're not 'immigrants', they're denizens.
Denizens are under the jurisdiction of the State, not the feds.
This was the legal state of this subject in Virginia, when the federal constitution was adopted; it declares that congress shall have power to establish an uniform rule of naturalization; throughout the United States; but it also further declares, that the powers not delegated by the constitution to the U. States, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states, respectively or to the people. The power of naturalization, and not that of denization, being delegated to congress, and the power of denization not being prohibited to the states by the constitution, that power ought not to be considered as given to congress, but, on the contrary, as being reserved to the states.
St. George Tucker
These constitutional ignoramuses disguised as O-Holes attorneys are killing us.