By Anna Von Reitz
We don't process his paperwork. We process declarations of birthright nationality and private recorded claims of interest in birthright estates. You would use the 1779 Declaration for Federal Employees and Dependents.
Anyone who did David Straight's process has made declarations concerning their participation in federal corporations and their bureaucracies, so as to maintain and claim their rights as American State Nationals, too.
From our side of it, it is exactly the same as the process for Federal Employees of either stripe -- Americans working for either Municipal Corporation headquartered in the District of Columbia, Territorial (Military) or Municipal (Federal Civil Service) can choose to reclaim their birthright and notify their State Assembly.
The only difference is that these people need to join the appropriate District Assembly after they have recorded their claim to their birthright nationality.
They are in a Dual Status -- they are still Americans owed their birthright and Constitutional Guarantees, but so long as they are also claiming Federal Citizenship/citizenship, they don't belong in our State Assemblies.
So process the David Straight claimants as Federal U.S. Citizens (Territorial and Military Personnel) or Municipal citizens of the United States (Federal and State of State Civil Service Personnel). Record their claim to their birthright nationality. Help them locate their local District Assembly or Municipal District Assembly, and send them on their way.