If one wishes to contribute to one's country of domicile, one needs to learn about the culture of the country, its traditions and its way of doing things, what is important to the vast majority of the population, how it resists foreign influences from other cultures, and so on. For an immigrant has signed up the Constitution of the country and has to constantly be on the watch for what he can and cannot do by relinquishing his own motivations and convictions for a 'better country' than the one he has found himself in. This is the conclusion, for it is only the Parliament now with its political parties that can change the Constitution to accommodate outsiders. One of course needs to get one's conscience clear and inform the State authorities that one has other needs derived from personal assessment of the Reality of our existence, and if this assessent is in any way superior to that of the indigenous culture in comprehension then the arguments that it professes will find its way through the democratic process and get represented in the political structures of the country. There is no need to be in a hurry, culture must evolve gradually and bring the whole population into a common framework that would determine the next phase of constitutional changes in the country. This is should be done by amendments in the Constitution that are transparent to the population, for which all countries must have a written Constitution that can be suitably modified as things change in the future so that the entire population knows without recourse to the law what is expected of the citizen in terms of their responsibilties to the State.
We in the Conservative Libertarian Society are very clear about the needs of the citizen and the State, and through our political party The Conservative Libertarian Party of the United Kingdom explore the Constitution in all its aspects and in preparation for the next elections form our manifesto to fight that election.