And the issue at hand is that the Federal government is the sole authority to issue residency rules due to usurpation of said power from the statesIt's pretty cut and dry. If a non-citizen is born to a non-citizen outside of U.S. borders they must have permission to cross said borders, to remain permanently or semi-permanently they must meet residency requirements.
Absolutely none of that falls into naturalization. None. Zero, nada, zilch.All of this falls within naturalization and border enforcement.
Border enforcement ends... at the border. If a person is allowed in, say on a tourists Visa, then constitutionally a state has the authority to grant said person residency within said state.
So residency also falls outside of border enforcement.
As I have been saying, it requires interpretation to claim that residency laws fall into the federal governments powers. If it requires interpretation it is not an enumerated power.