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should immigrants who refuse to speak English or pledge allegiance to the american flag be deported?

  • Best Answer

    No. The U.S. needs more immigrants than can speak English. Deporting those who can't speak English would them, but it would hurt the U.S. also.

    StephenWeinstein
    Lv 7 3 weeks ago 0 0
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  • No. The U.S. needs more immigrants than can speak English. Deporting those who can't speak English would them, but it would hurt the U.S. also.

    StephenWeinstein 3 weeks ago 0 0
  • There is currently no official language in the US, so its not a requirement for anyone to speak a specific language before entering the country, and it would be unconstitutional to force anyone to do or say anything they didnt want to. In summary, what they're doing isnt illegal, what you're proposing would be.

    ? 3 weeks ago 0 0
  • Generally speaking, why are they here? They are not immigrants. They are either temporaries, dependents or illegals. Certainly, anyone who seeks citizenship needs to be able to speak English and support the Constitution and laws, which includes the Pledge. And double so for anyone who came here illegally and hopes for an amnesty law. Waving a Mexican flag and demanding US citizenship is not going to work.

    Edwena 3 weeks ago 0 0
  • English is very easy I think everyone can learn.

    Alex 3 weeks ago 0 0
  • There is already a requirement to speak English for immigrants who apply for citizenship. There are exceptions, such as for elderly immigrants. 

    There is no requirement in the USA for someone to say the Pledge of Allegiance.

     

    W.T. Door 3 weeks ago 1 1
  • Please, for God's sake, read the damn Constitution already.

    scott b 3 weeks ago 0 0
  • No, only people who demand English only and mandatory flag pledges should be deported and placed on the terrorist watch list.

    ANDRE L 3 weeks ago 1 3
  • One we don't have a official language and two no we won't deport anyone for freedom of speech.

    Dan S 3 weeks ago 0 1
  • Yes. I don't think you can become a citizen without pledging allegiance when you're sworn in

    Sherry Smith 3 weeks ago 0 0
  • At least the second generation must pick up English.....

    Anonymous 3 weeks ago 1 1