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  • hamilton435

    Member
    March 16, 2021 at 9:47 pm

    Why should we care about USC 26 if it is not positive law? Let’s say for the sake of argument it is.
    So, Article 1 Section 8 Clause 1 as of 2018 is the Authorization statement. Who might be
    responsible for Excise taxes? True that not many have a trade or business in D.C..
    Also what does USC26 7806 say. Is that not now the end of the story!

  • hamilton435

    Member
    February 28, 2020 at 7:09 pm

    Just received my non citizen passport and now awaiting my passport card.  I submitted my passport application per instructions posted by Colonel Wilson.  It was very successful.

  • hamilton435

    Member
    February 22, 2020 at 6:12 pm

    I agree with you but they simply ignored my request and my rebuttal.  They did acknowledge that my birth was in Louisiana and as I stated they said,

    If you believe you are eligible under 8 USC 1452 (b) as a non-citizen national, you may apply for a U.S. passport.”

    As of Dec 7 they have my request for a Non-Citizen passport.   Now I wait….

  • hamilton435

    Member
    February 14, 2020 at 7:32 pm

    On the Dept. of State Website:

    As the Department has received few requests, there is no justification for the creation of a non-citizen national certificate. Designing a separate document that includes anti-fraud mechanisms was seen as an inefficient expenditure of resources. Therefore, the Department determined that those who would be eligible to apply for such a certificate may instead apply for a United States passport that would delineate and certify their status as a national but not a citizen of the United States.

    If a person believes he or she is eligible under the law as a non-citizen national of the United States and the person complies with the provisions of section 341(b) of the INA, 8 USC 1452(b),he/she may apply for a passport at any Passport Agency in the United States.. When applying, applicants must execute a Form DS-11 and show documentary proof of their non-citizen national status as well as their identity.

    [SOURCE:  https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/legal/travel-legal-considerations/us-citizenship/Certificates-Non-Citizen-Nationality.html]

  • hamilton435

    Member
    February 13, 2020 at 1:45 pm

    I used the procedures in Family Guardian to apply for a Non U.S. Citizen National certificate form the Dept. of State.  The response was, we do not issue certificates.  The letter they sent to me had no signature or any identifying person that made this determination.  They suggested that if I feel that I qualify for a passport as a Non U.S. citizen I can apply.  Per instructions on another website I did apply and I am now waiting.

    In terms of the refusal on the part of the Dept of State in denying me a certificate, I sent them a rebuttal and now I am also waiting for their response.

    Richard

  • hamilton435

    Member
    February 13, 2020 at 12:35 am

    I have been reading the book titled POLITICAL JURISDICTION.  As a Christian I have always known that my home was not of this earth.  The premise that Domicile and allegiance can be changed is new to me. The idea that anyone may change their citizenship or domicile and no Court may interfere with that political choice is also new to me.

    The idea that a person can dissociate with government and become a transient foreigner raises for me some interesting questions.   Say for instance a person owning a mortgaged home in a subdivision decides that the laws and the people of the area in which he lives are injurious of life, libert, and property.  He advises the state and the county that his Domicile and allegiance is not of this earth but heavenly, what then, have they ever capitulated?  It is clear to me that once this is made now their statutes do not apply to me any longer.  As long as I do not harm someone I am not statutorily liable for anything.

    I am still not sure how this plays out.  I do not want their services and  their privileges and yet connected to my home is city water and sewage.  What is to say they, the county simple turns me off. Also can this new status now effect my mortgage even though I always pay on time.

    Can I be directed to another book with pertinent information that addresses these possible scenarios or does someone possibly have answers?

    Richard