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Restrictive immigration is a

Restrictive immigration is a twentieth-century concept. Before WWI, you could pretty much come to this country without any limit. The big exceptions were the Chinese and people with certain diseases. Other than that, it was pretty much open borders. "Amnesty" is just returning us closer to the vision of the founders.

The problem with your tresspasser argument is that many employers want, e.g invite, these folks to work for them.