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Ensuring Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Act

Section 1: Purpose


The purpose of this Act is to ensure the security of the United States by enforcing the integrity of its borders and preventing illegal immigration. It is also to establish clear accountability for the office of the President in fulfilling these duties, with the understanding that failure to do so may result in removal from office.


Section 2: Definitions


(a) "Border Security" shall refer to the measures taken by the United States government to secure its borders against unauthorized entry, including but not limited to the prevention of illegal immigration, human trafficking, and the smuggling of contraband.


(b) "Illegal Immigration" shall refer to the act of entering the United States without proper authorization or overstaying a visa, in violation of the Immigration and Nationality Act.


(c) "Invasion" shall refer to a large-scale, unauthorized entry into the United States that threatens the security, safety, or well-being of the nation.


Section 3: Presidential Duties


(a) The President shall take all necessary and appropriate steps to enforce the laws of the United States related to border security and the prevention of illegal immigration.


(b) The President shall ensure the efficient and effective deployment of resources to secure the borders of the United States, including but not limited to personnel, technology, and physical barriers.


(c) The President shall cooperate with state and local law enforcement agencies in the enforcement of immigration laws and the prevention of illegal immigration.


(d) The President shall work with Congress to develop and implement comprehensive immigration reform that addresses the root causes of illegal immigration and promotes legal pathways for migration.


Section 4: Removal from Office


(a) If the President fails to enforce the laws of the United States related to border security and the prevention of illegal immigration, or if the President's actions or inactions result in a significant increase in illegal immigration or an invasion, the President may be subject to removal from office.


(b) Removal from office shall be initiated by a resolution of the House of Representatives, which must be approved by a two-thirds vote of the House.


(c) If the resolution is approved by the House, the Senate shall hold a trial to determine whether the President should be removed from office. A two-thirds vote of the Senate shall be required for removal.


Section 5: Effective Date


This Act shall take effect immediately upon its enactment into law.


Section 6: Severability


If any provision of this Act is held to be unconstitutional or otherwise invalid, the remainder of the Act shall not be affected and shall remain in full force and effect.


Section 7: Enactment


This Act shall be enacted as part of the United States Code and shall be known as the "Ensuring Border Security and Immigration Enforcement Act."

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