Next. The rule of law means that the law applies to EVERYBODY EQUALLY. Somebody breaks the law, they should expect the consequences.
Secondly, unless you are a citizen: entering and exiting a nation is not a right, it is a privilege.
The admission of aliens to this country is not a right, but a privilege, which is granted only upon such terms as the United States prescribes. 338 U. S. 542.I don't get where the fuck people who are not US nationals (or the nationals of any other country) think they somehow they have a right to be in a country where they are not citizens. The BREXIT thing is showing that the right to free movement can be lost by non-citizens who had a right to free movement.
So, I really don't get people who are unlawfully present somehow believing they have an entitlement to remain in a nation. Pretty much all the nations in the world will deport: some impose criminal penalties before deportation.
And don't get me into the Palestinian situation (short form: I think people should STFU about supporting US illegals until they step up to the plate and support Palestinian right of return).
So, unless you are a citizen of a country--don't expect to have a right to reside in that country.
The US has been pretty nice to its unlawfully present aliens, but it looks as if the undocumented are now getting a nasty surprise.
The dream was actually a nightmare.