Freedom of movement, freedom of travel, not to be arbitrary exiled and confined, protection against torture are fundamental human rights recognized in the UDHR, ICCPR, and other international and regional human rights instruments. Those instruments do not discriminate and apply to all human beings. Nationality and fight against statelessness guarantees human dignity, helps to ensure personal security, protects your rights, and promotes freedoms as defined in all international documents in regards to human rights.
Human Rights treaties legitimize monitoring and enforcement actions by states and the international community. They promote awareness and empower individuals to demand accountability from their government and that include us, stateless persons, living in limbo in the United States. We are Americans, just without papers, but we truly are citizens of the United States as this country became our home, our life and our future. World leaders, those who signed UN 1954 Convention Relating to the Status of Stateless Persons just because they wanted to show the international community that they do something to prevent statelessness and protect stateless persons, but failed their obligations and failed to deliver promises of justice and equality as prescribed in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, owe an apology for failing to do so.
Indefinite exile and confinement of stateless persons is anathema in any country, including the United States, which observes the rule of law.