Naturalized immigration must be predicated on cognitive and physical aptitude, personal prosperity, health, youth, alignment with the precepts of this document, and if applicable, immediate genetic familial ties (including spousal relationships when accompanied by children), but not on any other attributes.

In any single one year interval, the net increase in non-native-born naturalized immigrants cannot exceed one percent of the population at the start of that interval.

A naturalized immigrant has the same initial set of rights, and initial eligibility for privileges, as a native-born resident in good standing.   He is a citizen in every way.

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