How To Apply For An American National Passport

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Getting a USA Passport as a Constitutional Citizen and 'non-citizen national'

This course outlines how to apply for a "U.S.A. Passport" (not to be confused with the term "U.S. passport") as a Constitutional Citizen.

  • How to properly fill out the passport Form DS-11 in a way that accurately reflects your nationality and political status.

  • We review the benefits of having this type of passport and the laws and other authorities that support your status and standing as an American national

  • How to prepare for and prevent various possibilities of passport denial

  • Getting on what is commonly referred to as “THE DO NOT DETAIN LIST” (this places you outside the jurisdiction of the United States federal government)

🛂 Unlocking Your Passport to Freedom: Applying for an American National Passport

 Welcome to our webpage dedicated to our comprehensive course on "How to Apply for an American National Passport." We are excited to share the recent upgrades and valuable documents included in this package, designed to provide you with the guidance and resources you need to navigate the passport application process as a Constitutional Citizen and Statutory 'Non-Citizen National.' 🛂

Let's take a closer look at what you'll find inside:

1️⃣ Guide to Applying for a U.S.A. Passport: As a Constitutional Citizen and Statutory 'Non-Citizen National':

This comprehensive guide serves as your go-to resource, providing a step-by-step walkthrough of the passport application process. It offers valuable insights, explanations, and tips to ensure a seamless and successful application experience. 📘✍️

2️⃣ United States of America Passport Application Attachment Form:

The Passport Application Attachment Form is an invaluable tool that allows you to provide additional information or explanations that may be required during the passport application process. It ensures that you can submit a comprehensive and accurate application. 📎📝

3️⃣ United States of America Passport Application Amendment Form:

In case you need to make amendments or updates to your passport application after submission, the Passport Application Amendment Form guides you through the necessary steps. This form helps you communicate any changes effectively and efficiently. 🔄📑

4️⃣ Explanation for Not Providing an SSN on Forms DS-11 and DS-82, W4, 1099s, etc.:

We understand that individuals may have personal reasons for not providing their Social Security Number (SSN) on certain forms. This document provides a detailed explanation of your rights and obligations when it comes to not providing an SSN on Forms DS-11 and DS-82, as well as other forms like W4 and 1099s. 🤐🔒

5️⃣ Notice of Passport Application Form:

The Notice of Passport Application Form is a crucial document that officially notifies the relevant authorities of your intention to apply for a U.S.A. passport. By submitting this form, you ensure that your application is properly registered and processed. 📨📌

6️⃣ Request for Certified Copy of Passport Record:

If you require a certified copy of your passport record for official purposes, our Request for Certified Copy of Passport Record document will guide you through the necessary steps. This streamlined process helps you obtain the required documentation with ease. 📜📋

Additionally, the package includes customizable passport application templates, simplifying the application process and ensuring accuracy and consistency in the information provided. 📝✉️

We are confident that these upgrades and documents will greatly enhance your experience and success in applying for an American National Passport. Our dedicated support team is ready to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have throughout your passport application journey. 🌟🙌

Take the first step towards securing your American National Passport today and embrace the privileges and opportunities it offers. 🇺🇸✈️

Thanks to the comprehensive guidance and resources provided in the 'How to Apply for an American National Passport' course, I successfully obtained my passport as a Constitutional Citizen and Statutory 'Non-Citizen National.' The step-by-step instructions and valuable documents made the application process seamless. I highly recommend this course to anyone seeking to secure their American National Passport.
— John D
After struggling to understand the complexities of passport application as a Constitutional Citizen, I stumbled upon this course. The guide, attachment forms, and templates provided were incredibly helpful in ensuring that I completed the process accurately and efficiently. The support team was also responsive and provided valuable assistance. Thanks to this course, I now hold my American National Passport with pride.
— Emily G
I had been searching for reliable information on applying for an American National Passport, and this course exceeded my expectations. The explanations were clear, and the documents provided were invaluable in navigating the application process. I felt confident and empowered throughout the entire journey. If you're serious about securing your American National Passport, I highly recommend enrolling in this course.
— Michael S

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Frequently asked questions

What is the difference between a “U.S. passport” and a “United States of America Passport”

Naturally, the concept of a "U.S. passport" does not exist in its organic form. The passports issued by the Department of State explicitly state "United States of America Passport" rather than "United States Passport." 

The underlying cause of this potential confusion lies in the presumption of government forms, which typically operate within the statutory context rather than the constitutional context for terms.

What is a American National?

The term "national" in the statutory context refers to the political status of an individual who is a member of a nation, such as the United States of America as a political entity.

Under federal law, a Union state Citizen's political status is that of an American "national" in accordance with 8 USC §1101(a)(21). As a "national," they owe allegiance to a state, which represents the people rather than the government that serves them.

The civil status of an American "national" is determined in relation to the United States as a geographical entity, taking into account the territorial divisions and the applicability of "Acts of Congress" and their corresponding statutes.

When a Union state Citizen (American "national") resides and is domiciled outside of the United States as a geographical entity, their civil status is that of a nonresident "alien."

What is the difference between “U.S. citizen” and “State Citizen”?

There are two distinct categories of "citizens":

  1. Statutory "citizens": These are individuals described in 8 U.S.C. §1401, which outlines the statutory definition of citizenship. It is a legal status conferred by specific statutes and regulations.

  2. Constitutional "Citizens": As mentioned in Article I, Section 2, Clause 2 of the United States Constitution, there exists a separate category of citizens with constitutional recognition. This refers to individuals who hold State Citizenship, which pertains to being an inhabitant of a Sovereign State.

It is important to note that these two types of citizenship are mutually exclusive. One cannot simultaneously possess both statuses at the same time.

It is worth emphasizing that when encountering government forms, the term "U.S. citizen" is often used. However, it is crucial to differentiate between the capitalized term "Citizen" used in reference to State Citizenship, and the lowercase term "citizen" used to denote nationality under the Fourteenth Amendment.

The potential for confusion arises from the fact that government forms generally presume the statutory context rather than the constitutional one when using these terms. It is essential to understand the distinction and context in which the terms are being used to avoid misunderstanding.

What is the difference between “United States” and The United States of America?

The confusion surrounding the term "United States" is rooted in the multifaceted nature of its meaning. The United States of America, as a political entity, encompasses a specific geographic territory and its politically organized people, constituting a sovereign nation commonly referred to as the "United States." Within this nation, there are two major territorial subdivisions, each recognized separately under Organic Law and federal statutes. Both of these territorial subdivisions are also referred to as the "United States."

It is essential to understand that when we refer to the "United States" as a geographical entity, it includes the District of Columbia, federal territories, and possessions where specific Acts of Congress are locally applicable.

The potential for confusion arises from the fact that the term "United States" is used to describe both membership in the nation called the "United States" and domicile within or outside the boundaries of its major territorial subdivisions. Membership in the nation, known as the "United States," is obtained through the "citizenship clause" of the Fourteenth Amendment and is regarded as nationality under federal law, thus affecting one's political status. On the other hand, domicile within or outside the boundaries of the major territorial subdivisions of the nation impacts one's civil status.

It is crucial to consider the context in which the terms "nationality" and "domicile" are used under federal law. Nationality refers to membership in the nation called the "United States," while domicile refers to the location of one's residence within or outside the boundaries of the major territorial subdivisions. Understanding and distinguishing between these two aspects is of utmost importance to safeguard one's rights and legal status.

What is the benefit of getting a USA passport as a State Citizen?

By undergoing this process, you can join the ranks of the select 144,000 individuals residing in Nevada who enjoy the benefits of being income tax and paperwork exempt. Possessing an American National Passport grants you unparalleled privileges and access across international borders, making it one of the most influential documents worldwide. Rest assured that this procedure is entirely legal and recognized under international law, without posing any risk to your current citizenship status.

As a State Citizen, you have the right to opt-out of any U.S. Federal Income tax obligations, freeing you from its financial burdens. Additionally, you will never be subject to military draft or service. Those who have completed this process proudly identify themselves as:

  1. Constitutional "Citizens" in accordance with Article I, Section 2, Clause 2 of the United States Constitution.

  2. Constitutional "citizens of the United States" as defined by the Fourteenth Amendment.

  3. Statutory "non-citizen nationals" as outlined in 8 U.S.C. §1101(a)(21) and 8 U.S.C. §1452. They are subject to the jurisdiction of the Constitutional United States, signifying their allegiance to the political jurisdiction rather than the legislative jurisdiction of the Constitutional, but not statutory, "United States."
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