To claim that 'ger' means Convert/Proselyte makes absolutely no sense in the face of 3 things: 1. We are forbidden to separate out the convert from Israel - and 2. If we are forbidden to separate the convert from Israel - why would Torah do this again and again by mentioning the 'ger' over and over as can be seen in the passages above and thus violate its own precepts? And 3. If 'ger' really meant 'convert/proselyte - why would Torah use the exact same word 'ger(im)' when telling us "for you were strangers in Egypt"? Is Torah telling us that we were converts or proselytes in Egypt? Really?