As most of you know, we have brought together a crack team of non-Bar lawyers, paralegals, and researchers to address three basic issues:
Identity Theft/Mischaracterization of American State Nationals
Your donations have made the Second Summit just held in Anchorage, Alaska, possible. Your dollars supported airplane tickets, hotels, and printing costs related to the conference. People here in Alaska paid for meeting space, utilities, equipment, food and per diem and transportation. Together, we all made it happen.
As a result, we have exhaustive and precise information about what "citizenship" is and is not, what "nationality" is and is not, how one becomes a "citizen" and how one ceases to be considered a "citizen" and how to properly reclaim our birthright status as American State Nationals. We are now "locked and loaded" on these issues and have delved through and discerned all the trap doors and semantic deceits that the Federal "Code" can offer.
Your birthright status as a Californian, Coloradan, or Virginian or any other "State National" is recognized in the old Federal Code at 8 USC 1101 (a) (21). That is a precious one sentence long statement of who and what you are, in their own words, admitted on the page, black and white.