Immigration policies and practices have long raised important constitutional questions and concerns.  For instance, the Constitution provides important protections to non-citizens, including the rights to due process and habeas corpus, equal protection, and Fourth Amendment safeguards against illegal searches and seizures.  It also sets boundaries on who can enforce immigration law and how.  Through both our Immigration Committee and our Liberty and Security Committee, The Constitution Project examines these issues in a variety of contexts.

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