Democrat Amnesty Bill Replaces ‘Alien’ with ‘Noncitizen’ in Federal Immigration Law

Democrat Amnesty Bill Replaces ‘Alien’ with ‘Noncitizen’ in Federal Immigration Law


Legislation introduced in both chambers of Congress on Thursday by Democrats and supported by the Biden administration would replace the term “alien” with “noncitizen” in existing federal immigration law.

The U.S. Citizenship Act, introduced by Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-CA) and Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ) in the House and Senate, respectively, includes a section titled “Terminology with Respect to Noncitizens.”

If codified as law, the bill would remove the term “alien” from the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965. It includes the following clauses:

The term “noncitizenship” means the condition of being a noncitizen.; by striking ‘‘an alien’’ each place it appears and inserting ‘‘a noncitizen’’; by by striking ‘‘aliens’’ each place it appears and inserting ‘‘noncitizens’’; by striking ‘‘alien’s’’ each place it appears and inserting ‘‘noncitizen’s’’; by striking ‘‘alienage’’ each place it appears and inserting ‘‘noncitizenship.”

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