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Comment: Immigration law does NOT protect private property

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Immigration law does NOT protect private property

Why do you think it does. It places limits on how two people conduct their private business. This may be justifiable, or not, but immigration law does nothing to protect private property, and instead it allows federal government greater access to your property, privacy and finances.

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