I had a dicussion with a fellow from another country recently. He has been here for eight years and, until he married an American two years ago, worked in his state under the radar. I expressed my desire to document all who aren't in some organized way, because I don't like untrackable foreigners in this country, period. And I made it clear that undocumented people from all nationalities and races are included in this concept. He believes America belongs to the world and shouldn't be roped off. He says, everyone in America is an immigrant except the Indigenous tribes. I take exception to his definition of "immigrant" and ask him to define it carefully. He responds that an immigrant is anyone who came to this country from some place else. He was adamant that the notion of free choice is irrelevant and insisted that even the slaves and their descendants were immigrants. I think this argument helps illegals, somewhat, in their justification to be in this country, but truly disagree that slaves or anyone who is pulled away from another place are immigrants. They are simply uprooted without a choice. What do you think?