Not unless it is in the immigrant’s rational self-interest to do so (and in almost all cases it is, but this is a choice which is left up to the individual). The key issue here in regard to the government is the right to free speech. Government’s job is not to mandate what languages one speaks, no more then it is to mandate the content of what one says.
- Is immigration a right?
- What is the government’s role regarding immigration and emigration under capitalism?
- Who is the burden of proof on – the immigrant or the government?
- Should government conduct “ideological profiling” of immigrants?
- Must not an immigrant speak a country’s official language?
- What about open borders versus closed borders?