Look, I'm not sure I know what the answer is, but consider the following. Many over the years have argued that what is important about the bill of rights is that it didn't GRANT rights, it RECOGNIZED rights, rights that inherently belonged to people, by virtue of their being, well, people. As the Declaration says, "that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights". Notice that the common construction of the amendments is "the right of . . . the people to . . . shall not be infringed", not "the right to.. . is granted to"
However, I don't see where it says we can't control who comes into the country, and deport non-citizens as we see fit.
I'm not a constitutional lawyer.
I didn't even stay at a Holiday Inn Express last night.