Typical Questions You May Have

Topic: Doing business with us

Why do you charge Euros?
Since we are based out of continental Europe, we have to pay our bills in Euros. When you receive an invoice from us, it will be denominated in Euros. PayPal will do the conversion for you and tell you the amount in U.S. Dollars at the time of purchase.

 

Why can’t I call you?
The main reason why we don’t post a phone number is because we are in continental Europe, 6 hours ahead of U.S. Eastern time and 9 hours ahead of U.S. Pacific time. Thus if it is noon in Los Angeles, it is 9 p.m. in Paris. We do keep a U.S. VOIP line to make calls to U.S.-based clients. Generally, we work hard as we have over 3,000 clients and we try to keep our staff costs down. If you really need to speak with us, please leave us your phone number and a best time to call. A member of our staff will schedule a call to you, usually on Wednesdays or Thursdays. But PLEASE look through this page FIRST to see if your question is answered here before requesting a paid phone consultation. We give out lots of valuable information for free on this site, but our time is limited and valuable.

 

Can I visit with you at your office?
No. After the Paris terrorist attack, we have decided to relocate to another venue in western Europe. Plus, we will not keep a traditional office and will communicate with staff via the internet. We appreciate your interest in wanting to meet us, but this is simply not possible.

 

Why do you base yourself in Europe? Is it because you have been threatened for retaliation by the IRS?
Weiss+Associates is made up of individuals knowledgeable in their specific field who have each made the personal decision to reside outside the United States. If we each share a commom opinion regarding the United States, it is that we each feel strongly that the United States is heading in a very self-destructive direction, both morally and financially. But if we were to paint ourselves with a broad brush, it could be said that we live in Europe for many other reasons, mainly to exit our “comfort zone” and expand our cultural horizons. Several of our staff members return to the United States for various reasons, and of course, doing so would make it apparent that we do not fear retaliation. If that were the case, these folks would not return to the U.S. at all.

 

I have just received a letter from the IRS. How do I get this over to you and include the information you need to get started?
Please make an Adobe PDF file of the ENTIRE document. If you don't have a scanner, you can go over to a FedEx Office or similar business to facilitate this for you. Please redact (black out) ONLY the Social Security Number on the document for your privacy and security. Then email this to us, along with any other information requested.

 

What do I need to include in every email I send to you regarding an IRS enforcement action I received?
As we have over 1,000 clients, we can’t possibly remember the details of every ongoing case. You can easily see that with the amount of clientele we have, even 5 additional minutes adds up to a significant amount of time each day. So please, when emailing us even after becoming a client, please include your full name, phone number, the type of enforecement action and the Year in Question (i.e., NOD for 2012), as each client may have multiple YIQ being addressed. The Year in Question is listed at the top right on the first page of the enforcement action letter, beginning with “Tax Year Ending: December 31, 2012”. This example states the enforcement action to be the 2012 tax year. If you have obtained a Docket Number from the U.S. Tax Court, please include that as well.

 

Do you accept Bitcoin as payment?
Yes, we do. Our address is 19kSoyYNC9qFtfWbJrQdXjK32yH3jVdicf. When you receive an invoice from us and wish to pay in Bitcoin, use this address. You can plug in the Euro amount, and your wallet (Coinbase, etc.) will do the conversion for you. Please email us when payment has been sent. Now that Bitcoin has solidified itself in the global community, it is worth consideration for you to hold assets in Bitcoin. It can be as anonymous as setting up an email account. Large stores like Overstock, Rakuten, NewEgg and Dell all accept Bitcoin directly for payment of goods. For many other stores like Wal-Mart, Amazon, BestBuy, Home Depot and Whole Foods, you can purchase digital gift cards with Bitcoin, store them on your smart phone and use those gift cards at the various stores. Gift cards are available for purchase at sites like www.egifter.com and www.gyft.com.

 

Topic: Notice of Deficiency

Do I have to hire an attorney?
No. There is no need for any attorney to get involved. Also, they are very costly and do not know how to resolve an NOD letter with the U.S. Tax Court. Everything is accomplished via correspondence.

 

Do I have to physically appear in the U.S. Tax Court?
No. There is no need. You only have to send 4 or 5 letters. Postage stamps and Certified Mail is all that is needed. Everything is accomplished via correspondence.

 

Why hasn’t anyone else found out about this before now?
Your guess is as good as ours on this question! Most Americans today unfortunately only follow what they have been conditioned to do. Valid information is dismissed by those who still act on their presumptions rather than take the time to learn the facts. Perhaps there is a vested interest on the part of those in the legal profession to maintain the status quo rather than think and research the facts.

 

What does a Court Order for Dismissal for Lack of Jurisdiction look like?
Click this link for a sample of a real Court Order for Dismissal for Lack of Jurisdiction. Be sure and note that the Judge refers to the “petitioner not intending to file a proper amended Petition or to pay the $60.00 filing fee for the case.” If you understand the legaleze, the judge is saying that the Order for Dismissal for Lack of Jurisdiction was issued, which is to say that the judge knew that without the petitioner actually filing an amended petition and paying the fee, the U.S. Tax Court admits it has no jurisdiction and must direct the IRS to dismiss all further acts against the petitioner (for the year in question).

 

How long will this process take before I can expect to receive a Court Order for Dismissal for Lack of Jurisdiction?
This will vary at times, but overall a 3- to 6-month process is to be expected and planned for by you. Patience will be rewarded. You will receive a formal copy in the mail. This is worth making several copies for your records as well as even laminating the original if you so choose.

 

What assurance do I have that the Court Order for Dismissal for Lack of Jurisdiction is the final solution?
Well, the letter from the U.S. Tax Court declares it so. Then there are more legaleze comments from the Internal Revenue Manual to give you even greater clarification that this is the end of the IRS’s claims and that the IRS must adhere to the U.S. Tax Court decision.

35.8.1.7 (08-11-2004)
Certification of Decision or Dismissal Order

1. The court’s decision or order of dismissal is the final order closing the case. When the decision or order becomes final, it generally thereafter cannot be vacated or modified. The court’s decision or order, together with the administrative computation upon which it is based, must form the basis for the administrative closing of the case by the assessment and collection of any amount due from the petitioner, or the refund or credit of any overpayment due to the petitioner.

Then there is this section in the Internal Revenue Manual.

IRM 4.10.7.2.9.8 (05/14/99) Importance of Court Decision

1. Decisions made at various levels of the court system are considered to be interpretations of tax laws and may be used by either an examiner or taxpayers to support a position.

2. Certain court cases lend more weight to a position than others. A case decided by the U.S. Supreme Court becomes the law of the land takes precedence over decisions of lower courts. The Internal Revenue Service must follow the Supreme Court decisions. For examiners, Supreme Court decisions have the same weight as the Code.

3. Decisions made by lower courts, such as Tax Courts, District courts, or Claims Courts, are binding on the Service ONLY for the particular taxpayer and the years litigated. Adverse decisions of lower courts do not require the Service to alter its position for other taxpayers.

 

What if in the future the IRS sends me another NOD for other years?
Then you would need to repeat the process for those Years in Question to resolve it. This is a fairly straightforward process and the outcome is established. The outcome for the IRS would be a defeat yet again but for the newer YIQ on any future NOD letter they would send. Simply follow the same purchase procedure as before and we will begin constructing another initial response for you.

 

I was searching for additional information regarding your process for the Notice of Deficiency, and I came across a commentary from an organization called Quatloos. It criticized your process and essentially stated your method did not work with the court. I am confused. Can you elaborate?
The first thing you need to know is that Quatloos is an IRS-sponsored website that creates disinformation and masquerades biased commentary as objective criticism. Here is what the Quatloos statement said: “Just a couple days ago, Tax Court Chief Michael B. Thornton was confronted with this exact situation – a petitioner who was obviously playing, wittingly or unwittingly, this dumb game. He wrote a more detailed opinion than the ones to which Weiss+Associates linked, making the game clear. In particular, he quotes the ‘grounds’ on which petitioner moved to dismiss her own case – seven of the usual inanities – and denies her motion. He then dismisses sua sponte for lack of jurisdiction, ‘it appearing that petitioner does not intend to file an amended petition and pay the filing fee as directed in the Court’s Order dated Setpember 25, 2013.”

It appears Quatloos is suggesting that the petitioner lost the case based on the judge’s denial of the motion for reason of lack of amended petition and payment of filing fee.

In actuality, the Docket Number was issued with what appeared to be a Court Order. However when one understands the existence of dual jurisdictions (constitutional and statutory), the jurisdiction for the U.S. Tax Court and the IRS is ONLY that of the District of Columbia. The U.S. Tax Court has no jurisdiction over the 50 states of the Union, because it is a territorial or tribunal court as expressed by the U.S. Supreme Court in Balzac v. Porto Rico 258 US 298 (1922).

Therefore, the Order with the Docket Number was a mere request made by the U.S. Tax Court. Whenever jurisdiction is challenged in a court under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the Court can go no further until the issue is resolved. Without jurisdiction, the U.S. Tax Court can only dismiss the respondent’s claim against the petitioner (American National, who is without FIT liability) for reasons stated in the Legislative Intent of the 16th Amendment. See our link on the Resource Center for this landmark document.

In conclusion, the U.S. Tax Court issued a Court Order of Dismissal for LACK OF JURISDICTION, and the final statement in the narrative (“ORDERED that, on the Court’s own motion, this case is dismissed for lack of jurisdiction”) means that the petitioner won the reason stated.

It is clearly evident that Quatloos was not precise and purposely ommitted this kind of relevant information to its audience. As a result of the thousands of cases we’ve experienced with clients, the fact remains that each client has won their case, based on the irrefutable result that the lien/levy was never enforcable for jurisdictional reasons.

 

Topic: Revocation of Election

Does the Revocation of Election release me from any tax liability for past years?
No. The Revocation of Election starts addressing the current year that is underway and all future years. For example, if the IRS receives your Revocation on or before April 14, 2013, it releases you from tax liability for the 2012 tax year, and every year moving forward. It does NOT cover the 2011 tax year and other older ones. Issues with those tax years are NOT addressed by the Revocation of Election. You cannot get your money back for those past years — you essentially gifted your hard-earned money to them without a hope of ever getting it back.

 

Are all federal statutes at odds with American Nationals and the Constitution of the United States of America, or just Title 26 and/or any statutes not recorded in the Federal Register?
We only address statutory matters related to Title 26 which is the IRC of 1954 and administrative, procedural, and implementing regulations found in 26 CFR (the Code of Federal Regulations). Implementing regulations (sometimes referred to as Legislative Regulations) are the only type of regulation that has the full force of law provided they are published in the Federal Register.

Statutes alone are only applicable within the limited jurisdiction of the National Goverment. Speaking in a geographical sense, the exclusive jurisdiction of the National Government is only the District of Columbia and U.S. Territories.

For Legislative Regulations to be applied to American Nationals in the 50 states of the Union, these regulations are required to be published in the Federal Register in order to inform American Nationals that such a law is applicable in the 50 states.

However, any Implementing Regulation that has been created but is not so published or incorporated by reference in the Federal Register means that the regulation has no force of law upon American Nationals who live and work in the private sector.

Such Legislative Regulations which are not so published in the Federal Register have no legal effect upon the Constitutional Republic (the 50 states of the Union). Those regulations have in effect never left the jurisdiction of the District of Columbia.

The requirement placed upon all federal agencies and its bureaus (for example, the IRS) are published in the Federal Register Act located at 44 USC Chapter 15.

 

Once I regain my status as an American National, are there any requirements to make ANY type of yearly statements to the feds to keep my freedom?
You never lost your status as an American National. That was established by your birth, parentage or naturalization.

 

How do I go about filling out forms in the future when it asks whether I am a “U.S. Citizen.”?
This is a frequent question we field, and the answer is simple if you have read our website and understand the existence of 2 jurisdictions known as the “United States.” You may check the box on any government form (including Passport Application, TSA Pre-Check, Voter Registration, etc.) but make sure you specify which “U.S. Citizen” you are. So, write (beside/beneath) the Check Box the following: “Not to be confused with a statutory ‘U.S. Citizen’ defined at 8 USC 1401(a) and 3c Am Jur 2d Section 2689.” Provided you have correctly filed your Revocation of Election, checking the box without the add-on phrase doesn’t place you back into the statutory jurisdiction of the National Government, but it’s always a good idea to be clear and precise to avoid any confusion in the future. As far as the U.S. Tax Club is concerned, you are provided only one election, and once you revoke it, you are out permanently. Remember as a free, sovereign American, it is up to you to know who you are, and be able to articulate such to your servant government.

 

Once I have been recognized as an American National, the government’s hands are tied, as they no longer have any jurisdiction. Is this understanding correct?
As it relates to statutes, yes. For the National Government to have any jurisdiction over American Nationals (who are referred to by the National Government as Non-Resident Alien individuals), Implementing Regulations must be published in the Federal Register, and the IRS has not incorporated by reference in the Federal Register a requirement to make an income tax return. The Federal Income Tax is a jurisdictional tax over the municipality of the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories, and it is directed toward statutory creations of the U.S. Congress such as U.S. persons, U.S. citizens, U.S. resident aliens, and American Nationals who have made an ‘election’ to have their income treated (taxed) like that of a U.S. resident alien. All American Nationals are foreigners to the limited jurisdiction of the National Government in the District of Columbia.

 

I notice that no SSN or TIN appears in the Affidavit. Should I write in a Taxpayer I.D. Number, or will the Treasury/IRS be able to link me to the correct Taxpayer account using their own mechanisms?
No. This document is a public record, that can be viewed by anyone, so you risk identity theft by giving it out to strangers. We would suggest a cover letter (that will not become a part of the public record), with a brief one-sentence statement that includes your name, address and Social Security Number. It can even be hand-written. But we do not need or want the SSN issued to you for any reason.

 

Once I make the Revocation of Election, how do I handle any situations that may come up regarding the Social Security Number that I have been assigned? I heard that we should stop using it. Is this true?
The Social Security Number is not an issue. If you have contributed to this system for years, you are entitled to receive whatever benefits/payments that would be forthcoming. There are those who have rescinded the Security Security Number, but that is not necessary. If you are at or approaching the age of receiving Social Security payments, we have a short document that we will provide to our existing clients at no extra cost.

According to Social Security Administration guidelines, once a worker has been employed and has contributed for 40 quarters (approx. 10 years), that person is vested in receiving something upon retirement. The Revocation does not impact the qualification of receiving payments at retirement age.

The Social Security Number is used by the IRS to identify a statutory U.S. citizen. Both the SSN and the legal fiction (statutory U.S. citizen) are indeed properties of the National Government. Here is their language in 26 CFR 301.6109-1(1):

General rule: (i) Social Security Number. A Social Security Number is generally identified in the records and database of the Internal Revenue Service as a number belonging to a U.S. citizen or resident alien individual.

It does no harm to your sovereignty to give the SSN issued to you to a prospective employer. In fact, they need this to take Social Security and Medicare taxes out of your paycheck — these taxes you cannot avoid. By using the term “generally”, that means there are others (lawful Non-Taxpayers) who can use the SSN to gain employment.

Additionally, the Implementing Regulation 26 CFR 1.871-1(a) states:

Nonresident alien individuals are taxable only on certain income from sources within the United States and on the income described in section 864(c)(4) from sources without the United States which is effectively connected for the taxable year with the conduct of a ‘trade or business’ in the ‘United States’.

However, nonresident alien individuals may elect, under section 6013(g) or (h), to be treated as U.S. residents for purposes of determining their income tax liability under Chapters 1, 5, and 24 of the code.”

When securing employment, you (a Non-Resident Alien) can simply give the SSN issued to you, plus a photocopy of the Revocation of Election and copies of the 26 USC §6013 (g) statutes and the 26 CFR 1.871-1 Implementing Regulation. This will eliminate any need for the employer to begin/continue withholding Federal Income Taxes from your paycheck, since Chapter 24 deals with withholding. From that point forward, the withholding must cease as a result of the election being revoked.

But simply giving out the SSN issued to you is not an admission of your status as either a Taxpayer or Lawful Non-Taxpayer. Nor does giving it out tacitly subject yourself to the exclusive jurisdiction of the National Government. Always keep in mind though — be very careful when giving this out to anyone— as the SSN is a coveted item for identity thieves. It is our recommendation to keep the SSN issued to you very private and only give it out when absolutely necessary. It is also OK, when in doubt, to ask the party why they need it.

 

My employer has withheld a considerable amount of my income and gifted it to the IRS for previous tax years. After submitting my Revocation of Election, can I submit for a refund of money withheld prior to this change of status?
No. All money paid to the National Government, according to the U.S. Department of Treasury (at 31 USC §321(d)(1) and (d)(2) states your money is a “gift or bequest made payable to and for the use of the United States (the National Government)”.

 

Say the IRS is less than thrilled with my Revocation of Election and wishes to challenge my “status” in court, will you aid in my defense? Have you had any such instances?
The majority of this question is grounded in a healthy amount of fear of the government that is supposed to be a servant but has morphed into the master of many Americans. It is understandable, but we must make clear that we do NOT give legal advice at any time. We provide a service based on federal law, but we will not (and cannot) represent any client in a court of law.

If you have read 26 USC §6013(g), you can easily tell that the U.S. Congress wrote those statutes, not us. If the U.S. Congress wrote them in such a manner that the average American cannot possibly understand them, then such rules would qualify as being Void for Vagueness. Obviously, how can anyone be expected to follow a statute that is unintelligible as to the scope and its meaning.

Litigation is the last thing the IRS or the National Government would ever want to get involved in. The testimony and exhibits would go viral across the internet and result in a tsunami of problems for the National Government. We cannot promise that your government (or even your employer) will adhere to the law that is clearly written in the IRC of 1954 — rules they made that equally apply to them. As you know, there are law breakers that exist in every city, county and state and in every profession.

Additionally to the best of our knowledge, we can say none of our clients have ever been taken to court to counter-challenge any one of our administrative procedures. As a matter of fact, in relation to our Notice of Deficiency service, our self-represented clients are taking the IRS to court, and winning 100% of the time. The IRS has a window to appeal those U.S. Tax Court decisions, but have never appealled even one decision.

 

The Revocation of Election has my name on it, but what about my spouse?
The affiant can only revoke the election for him/herself. The spouse must revoke his/her election separately. Here is the Implementing Regulation:

26 CFR 1.871-1(a) which states in part:

“Nonresident alien individuals are taxable only on certain income from sources within the United States and on the income described in section 864(c)(4) from sources without the United States which is effectively connected for the taxable year with the conduct of a ‘trade or business’ in the ‘United States’.

However, nonresident alien individuals may elect, under section 6013(g) or (h), to be treated as a U.S. resident for purposes of determining their income tax liability under Chapters 1, 5 and 24 of the code.”

 

In looking at 26 USC §6013, that section pertains to Joint Returns by married couples. Is it clear that (g) relates to the ‘election’ of the Federal Income Tax as a whole, or does it relate to the ‘election’ of whether to file jointly or separately?
The way statutes are written and the logic behind them is often times somewhat obscured. The first thing you need to ask yourself is; “Have you ever heard of a tax law that only applies to married parties and not to a single person?” Right off the bat, it is easy to see that it sounds like an illogical approach to let everyone that is married revoke their election and force the single people to participate in the election.

Let’s look at the Implementing Regulation that discusses how one can make the election in the first place. Do they have to be married? Do they have to be single, or does it even matter? Here is the part of 26 CFR §1.871-1(a) that pertains to non-resident aliens:

“Nonresident alien individuals are taxable only on certain income from sources within the United States and on the income described in section 864(c)(4) from sources without the United States which is effectively connected for the taxable year with the conduct of a ‘trade or business’ in the ‘United States’.

However, nonresident alien individuals may elect, under section 6013 (g) or (h), to be treated as U.S. residents for purposes of determining their income tax liability under Chapters 1, 5 and 24 of the code.”

Look at the last sentence above. Do you see any reflection as to a designation of a nonresident alien individual (NRAI) having status of being married BEFORE they “may elect” under section 6013(g) or (h)? It is not there. The regulation does not show any requirement that marriage is a prerequisite to making an ‘election’ to be treated (taxed) as U.S. residents for purposes of determining their income tax liability under Chapters 1, 5 and 24 of the code.

Now look at the header for 26 USC §6013(g) and you will see that it reads: “Election to treat nonresident alien individual as resident of the United States.” Did you see that the NRAI being referenced is singular and not plural? You must read the statutes slowly and think in the proper context.

Section 6013(g)(1) then goes on to state: “A nonresident alien individual with respect to whom this subsection is in effect for the taxable year shall be treated as a resident of the United States — (A) for purposes of chapter 1 for all of such taxable year, and (B) for purposes of chapter 24 (related to wage withholding) for payments of wages made during such taxable year.”

Again, there is only one singular reference, not plural. No reference to being married in order to make the election. Section 6013(g)(2) does address those who are married who make the election. Section 6013(g)(1) addresses any singular individual who makes the election. Section 6013(g)(4) Termination of election states: “If either taxpayer revokes the election, as of the first taxable year for which the last day prescribed by law for filing the return of tax under chapter 1 has not yet occurred.”

Again, you see the reference to a singular taxpayer, not just a married couple.

Section 6013(g)(6) Only one election states: “If any election under this subsection for any two individuals is terminated under paragraph (4) or (5) for any taxable year, such two individuals shall be ineligible to make an election under this subsection for any subsequent taxable year.”

You have to be able to read the entire section and look at each distinction so as not to be misled by the legalese of the politicians in the U.S. Congress.

 

If I no longer am required to fill out and send in a Form 1040 income-tax return, then what do I do in the future about obtaining a mortgage?
Although a Form 1040 is frequently requested by banks in order to qualify potential homebuyers for a mortgage, it is not required — and it is not even the best proof of credit worthiness. Having an up-to-date personal financial statement with corresponding bank statements is the best method to prove you qualify for a mortgage. When asked by a bank for your Form 1040s, simply say you do not have them. There is no need to go into further detail about your private decisions.

Ask them if they will accept a personal financial statement/bank statements (covering the last 3-6 months)/paycheck stubs. The combination of these documents is far superior to a Form 1040. If the mortgage you seek is from the bank you currently do business with, then it should be even easier for them to qualify you. In the unlikely event that a bank insists on a Form 1040, simply go to another bank. Banks are in the business of loaning money. A credit union is also a good option.

 

Once I make the Revocation of Election, how do I handle any situations that may come up regarding the Social Security Number that I have been assigned? I heard that we should stop using it. Is this true?
The Social Security Number is not an issue. If you have contributed to this system for years, you are entitled to receive whatever benefits/payments that would be forthcoming. There are those who have rescinded the Security Security Number, but that is not necessary. If you are at or approaching the age of receiving Social Security payments, we have a short document that we will provide to our existing clients at no extra cost.

According to Social Security Administration guidelines, once a worker has been employed and contributing for 40 quarters (approx. 10 years), that person is vested in receiving something upon retirement. The Revocation does not impact the qualification of receiving payments at retirement age.

The Social Security Number is used by the IRS to identify a statutory U.S. citizen. Both the SSN and the legal fiction (statutory U.S. citizen) are indeed properties of the National Government. Here is their language in 26 CFR 301.6109-1(1):

General rule: (i) Social Security Number. A Social Security Number is generally identified in the records and database of the Internal Revenue Service as a number belonging to a U.S. citizen or resident alien individual.

It does no harm to your sovereignty to give the SSN issued to you to a prospective employer. In fact, they need this to take Social Security and Medicare taxes out of your paycheck. By using the term “generally”, that means there are others (lawful Non-Taxpayers) who can use the SSN to gain employment. Remember, an SSN is NOT required to gain employment in the U.S. It is only necessary if you wish to earn credits toward qualification of benefits later on in life. You need 40 quarters to become vested in the Social Security scheme.

Additionally, the Implementing Regulation 26 CFR 1.871-1(a) states:

Nonresident alien individuals are taxable only on certain income from sources within the United States and on the income described in section 864(c)(4) from sources without the United States which is effectively connected for the taxable year with the conduct of a ‘trade or business’ in the ‘United States’.

However, nonresident alien individuals may elect, under section 6013(g) or (h), to be treated as U.S. residents for purposes of determining their income tax liability under Chapters 1, 5, and 24 of the code.”

When securing employment, you (a Non-Resident Alien) can simply give the SSN issued to you, plus a photocopy of the Revocation of Election and copies of the 26 USC §6013 (g) statutes and the 26 CFR 1.871-1 Implementing Regulation. This will eliminate any need for the employer to begin/continue withholding Federal Income Taxes from your paycheck, since Chapter 24 deals with withholding. From that point forward, the withholding must cease as a result of the election being revoked.

But simply giving out the SSN issued to you is not an admission of your status as either a Taxpayer or Lawful Non-Taxpayer. Nor does giving it out tacitly subject yourself to the exclusive jurisdiction of the National Government. Always keep in mind though — be very careful when giving this out to anyone— as the SSN is a coveted item for identity thieves. It is our recommendation to keep the SSN issued to you very private and only give it out when absolutely necessary. It is also OK, when in doubt, to ask the party why they need it.

Pertaining to language you should use going forward, it is NOT “your” Social Security Number. The SSN was created by the Social Security Administration, an agency of the National Government. It is their property. The correct language to use going forward is the Social Security Number “issued to you”.

 

Would it be prudent to start a process to eliminate from the public records the IRS Liens and Levies recorded in the Secretary of State and County Recorder’s Office before or after I have completed the Revocation of Election and Tax Court process?
The Revocation of Election does not work retroactively. It only works for present and future years.

 

I have a new job and have been notified that I need to fill out the Form W4. What is the best way of completing this form?
Form W4 is a Tax Class 5 Informational form. It does not protect you. A W-8BEN is a much better solution. Do you have a U.S. Passport? If not, get one. That can be used to prove you are an American National, which is referred to by the National Government as a Nonresident Alien Individual.

 

Why is there a need to Revoke an Election under 26 USC given the fact listed below in 26 USC 7851(a)(6): Subtitle F — NONE of which, including 6013 take effect unless and until Title 26 becomes positive law, which to date, is NOT positive law?
This is where many have gotten upside down. You are correct in saying that Title 26 is not positive law. There are no Implementing Regulations published in the Federal Register related to any Subtitle F enforcement either. Positive law is ONLY MANDATORY in one jurisdiction. That jurisdiction is the 50 states of the Union.

This is why the Federal Register Act, 44 USC Chapter 15, was created. All Implementing Regulations that apply within the 50 states of the Union are required to be positive law and promulgated in the Federal Register via volume, date and page number. This gives the American people public notice of any legislative act of Congress that meets the criteria spelled out for the National Government to adhere to when it creates any laws for the Constitutional Republic.

In the District of Columbia — the foreign jurisdiction to the 50 sovereign states of the Union — the National Government does NOT need positive law at all. They can create statutes, and that is law in their limited jurisdiction, the District of Columbia. That is the jurisdiction over which Congress can legislate without regard to the limitations of the Constitution.

The National Government permits you, an American National — one born in one of the 50 states of the Union — to make an election as stipulated in 26 CFR §1.871-1(a) and is also stipulated at 26 USC §6013(g) for the purpose of this discussion. Once you enter into their jurisdiction by making the ‘voluntary’ election (yes, it was done sub silentio), you lose your status as an American National (those protected by the U.S. Constitution) in the eyes of the government, and via that election you are viewed as if you were a U.S. Resident Alien. This is what the ‘election’ is all about.

Positive law has no reality in the District of Columbia and is thus not required for the National Government to use within their own territory as they function like that of a monarchy. That is why Federal judges will throw Americans in jail for mentioning the Constitution. It is not law in D.C.!

 

What do I tell my employer when they tell me I must fill out a Form I-9 in order to keep my job?
I understand your frustration. The first question to you is: Did you read the Form I-9 and Instructions?

Our point is to clarify your true and correct status so that no presumptions can be made on the part of the National Government as to your true status as an American National.

You can use this form as the National Government is now working to control the American People with it. So put it to your use. Do you have a U.S. Passport? At least have a Driver’s License?

You can check the box “A citizen of the United States” and put next to it “By birth in the United States, the 50 states of the Union.” Thus you have defined the term “United States” so they can never claim the use of statutory United States or presume that you are a statutory creation of Congress or one born within any U.S. Territory.

The Revocation of Election addresses the U.S. Congress’ creation of the legal process to exit the U.S. Tax System and nothing else.

If the employer wants you to provide them with a Form W4, then provide them with Form 8233 (also available on our Resource Center) in order to stop all Chapter 24 Federal Income Tax withholding. This form has been modified purposefully and legally to protect you, the American National from being presumed to be that which you are not.

At this point, you should be well versed on the purposes and information provided in the Revocation of Election and the location of supporting documents of law that we provide on the Resource Center. WARNING: This is not a casual activity. If you are not able to communicate the facts and discuss the legal documents correctly, you are better off not getting into a detailed discussion about these topics until you are thoroughly educated on jurisdiction, the definitions of American National, nonresident alien and statutory “U.S. citizens”, the 4 key elements of the Legislative Intent of the 16th Amendment, and the federal statutes and regulations that grant you the option to leave the U.S. Tax System.

The regulation that describes the term “nonresident alien individual” is at 26 CFR 1.871-1(b)(4) and proves that this unusual term the government uses to describe Americans shows that:

    1. Nonresident alien individuals are those who have the constitutional right to Expatriate from the Constitutional Republic (the 50 states of the Union) if they so desire, and
    2. if a nonresident alien individual (meaning one born in one of the 50 states of the Union) does expatriate that they will lose their U.S. citizenship.

Many are confused by the term “nonresident alien” due to the definition at 26 USC 7701(b)(1)(B), which only states what a nonresident alien is NOT, rather than what it is. It says that they are “neither a citizen of the United States nor a resident of the United States.” If you refer back to the above Implementing Regulation, you will see the direct reference that the nonresident alien loses their U.S. citizenship.

There are no people in the world that can both Expatriate AND Lose their U.S. citizenship except those who were born in one of the 50 states of the Union.

You have to know the documents you present as to what they mean and how they are to be used.

Also, in our Resource Center, we provide an I-9 form that more narrowly defines what type of citizen you are. You may download the proper one that applies to your situation and swap it for Page 7 of the I-9 package the Government provides. Choose I-9a if you were born in one of the 50 states of the Union; choose I-9b if you were NOT born in one of the 50 states of the Union, but at least one of your parents was; choose I-9c if you were naturalized.

Some have asked whether changing the wording on a government form like the I-9 constitutes some type of crime. It does not, as this only clarifies your true status and attempts to eliminate any confusion that may arise from the generic question as to your status as a ‘U.S. citizen.’

These comments do not address (1) Jurisdiction, nor does it address (2) the variances between a statutory term used in the IRC and such terms that relate to the Constitution reflecting the citizens within the Constitutional Republic.

If one does not have a domicile, tax home, residence within the territorial jurisdiction of the National Government, do you think saying you do can cause you any real tax problems?

Can you tell us if properly identifying yourself is a crime?

That is all that is shown on the Form I-9 … a clarification of those who are being forced to identify themselves incorrectly by the limited choices offered by the National Government — which are both limited in scope and their terminology is only applicable within one jurisdiction and that jurisdiction is not the Constitutional Republic.

If you do not know who you are, do you think there is any potential to make a huge mistake by using statutory terms that do not identify you correctly on government-created forms?

 

How does the Revocation of Election client address the Form 1099, W2 and W4?
The employer can be an issue if they are caught off guard or not approached correctly. Once the Revocation of Election is sent to the IRS Commissioner and the IRS Service Center Director, the employer needs to be notified that no more withholding under Chapter 24 of the IRC can continue as the termination of the election has occurred.

Part of the issue is that employers see the term “nonresident alien individual” and freak out. We provide the statutes and regulations to help explain what the term “nonresident alien individual” means.

Some employers will insist that the employee fill out a Form I-9. That is not a problem, and there is a box on the form that allows the employee to check that they are a “citizen of the United States.”

There is no definition of that term, so the employee needs to define it. The Form W4 is the withholding document, and it is no longer needed per 26 USC section 6013 (g)(6) Only One Election.

If a Form 1099 is issued (or Form W2) for the year in which the Revocation of Election has taken place, that form can either be zeroed out or the client can attach a copy of the Revocation of Election to that form and send it to the IRS Service Center.

For forms 1099 and W2, there is no requirement stated on them that whoever created them and sent them to the IRS has to be truthful or to sign it ‘under penalties of perjury’. You should look close at those forms to confirm these facts. You will also never see the request on that form for the name of the part and the firm that party may work for who filled out either of the Tax Class 5 Information Returns.

The IRS places the Tax Class 5 Information Returns under a classification known as ESTATE and GIFT TAXES. These are basically used to allow the IRS to make presumptions about your being a ‘taxpayer’ with no validation or confirmation of that fact as everything is done without any ID as to who created them, their job title, who they actually worked for, or that any of the information provided was accurate and truthful as to your being a taxpayer in the first place.

Such forms can be zeroed out and sent to the IRS location that receives such forms. You can go online to find that office location or simply ask your employer for the IRS address they sent the Tax Class 5 return to. Best not to get into any discussion, just ask for the address and leave. You can go to www.sedm.org and find the forms and their process to zero them out if you are so inclined.

You never send the ROE document to the IRS office other than the original 2 locations that were stated to you in the Instructions for the ROE once you became a client. The IRS underlings know nothing about federal tax laws and will ignore it and send you correspondence that will cause you to send it to us which is not the process we established at all.

You need to read IRC 3402(n) and you can locate it here.

 

If I were to cancel the ‘election’ then not file a return, how would I get a refund?
To be as correct as possible, you never ‘cancel’ the election but you Terminate the Election according to 26 USC 6013 (g)(4)(A). This is a free choice to those who are U.S. Taxpayers known as Nonresident Alien Individuals (a semantic term for American National as stealthily created by the U.S. Congress).

As you are currently a U.S. Taxpayer, I cannot give you legal advice as you are probably aware. I can only tell you what I would do in a similar situation.

Once I chose to Terminate the Election, which was a deception of extreme magnitude by a government that I was told was “Of the People, By the People, For the People”, I formally left the jurisdiction of the National Government meaning the District of Columbia. Before I departed by the Termination of that Election, I had a statutory domicile or Tax Home [26 USC 911(d)(3)] as you now have.

There is no way to get a refund for any amount unless you stay within their system and play their games by their rules. When you read 31 USC 321 (d) and (d)(2), you will see that the U.S. Department of the Treasury has declared the Federal Income Tax to be one in which you ‘gifted or bequeathed your income to and for the use of the United States’ (meaning the National Government). When you give your money to a charity, it becomes theirs once that gift has been made and you can never get it back.

Thus, no refund ever!

 

If I filed the Revocation, then gave notice to the paymasters and the IRS, do they or can they be forced to honor the new status?
We have created some videos that address this situation. Please feel free to give the link to those videos to anyone who you deem needs to view it. The links are located in our Resource Center under the Weiss+Associates Video Series section.

 

Would I not have flushed the prior withholding for the current year when the election is canceled?
All money paid to the National Government is a gift or bequest. No refunds for the year you started the Revocation of Election will ever be returned to you. Think of this situation the same way you would think of a donation to the United Way — once you give them y0ur money, it belongs to them.

 

The key, however, is getting the withholding stopped, the sooner, the better, don’t you think?
Yes, but only AFTER the Termination of Election process is completed. The employer will be the issue for most American Nationals in the Constitutional Republic. They are fearful of the government and need the ‘permission’ (in their minds, not in reality) of the IRS even when they are shown the Revocation of Election and the enacted federal laws that permit the termination of all Chapter 24 Withholding. Additionally, there is no law requiring a private-sector employer to withhold part of one’s salary for income-tax purposes.

 

Not filing could be a jail-time charge for a high-profile thorn in their side like me, so we must get this right and keep the dispute on the civil side. How can we accomplish this?
If you decide to proceed with the Revocation of Election, you have in effect ended your participation in the “U.S. Tax Club” once and for all time. If you have paid every year prior to the election, there is no issue about not filing again.

For the prior years that you may NOT have filed a federal income tax return, those can be addressed with the U.S. Tax Court. Please see our information on this in the NOD section on our website. The IRS must adhere to their process for collection of what they perceive as a debt and will pursue that avenuebefore taking any action criminally. The IRS only wants your money and other assets if they can get them and will focus on their Notice of Deficiency efforts related to a potential Tax Lien or a Notice of Levy.

Fear is a powerful motivator. Confusion continues in the minds of those who have been conditioned to repond like Pavlov’s dogs to that stimuli. No one can make your choice but you. If you have that kind of fear, then you must decide to stay in the system or perhaps relocate out of the new USSA that is unfolding in the land where the Constitutional Republic has vaporized.

 

I’ve been down a number of paths often to find that the establishment steamrolls over them and the people offering/selling these solutions are of little help to make them stick. I think the community of people looking for remedies have been preyed upon by scammers. Can you offer any evidence as to the effectiveness of your methods?
We do not accept every individual who seeks us out. Each potential new client must provide us with a clear statement of the strict criteria for each service we provide, then we evaluate the response to determine if that individual can be a client. Only after that process do we offer our solutions to the potential client.

The Revocation of Election is what caused you to send the email. This has a lifetime of benefits. The problem for most people is in dealing with their employer to understand the federal laws (statutes and regulations) that are the foundation of the Revocation of Election process. We have a letter that can be used to help the employer and the client by sending it to a particular IRS Service Center.

That letter comes at no cost to the client, if the client makes a referral to another party who becomes a client. This is because we only market via this method of referral. Those that are happy with our work do that. Most however, seek their own solution from us and then they have no further need for our services. All clients are required to study the statutes and regulations to understand what we do and how we do it for the outcome they seek.

If the IRS Service Center fails to provide an employer with a statement of confirmation regarding the Revocation of Election, we have a letter for purchase ($250) to file a complaint to the Treasury Inspector General of Tax Administration and obtain confirmation to the employer about the federal laws that they can well read for themselves but are many times locked in their ability to understand federal law much like those in centuries past who were charter members of the Flat Earth Society. We can’t tell you which employer will conform to the federal statutes and regulations from the start or those who will be in such cognitive dissonance they need an IRS letter to “feel good” about the laws that they should understand were written by the U.S. Congress.

As for the validity of the Revocation of Election process, the U.S. Congress provides that … not us! They wrote the law into the federal statutes and regulations … not us! Thus, if the National Government writes the law, then the employer should and must adhere to it. The problem again for some is that the employer is greatly fearful of the IRS and wants to be spoon-fed like a child instead of reading the law and accepting it as the proper basis to stop all Chapter 24 Withholding.

I personally hired a Marketing Research firm to evaluate our market and to suggest a value for such a benefit. Keeping in mind that the ROE is based solely upon federal tax laws written by the U.S. Congress, this firm told us that we should charge $3,750 for this service. I knew that most Americans could not pay that fee and would be excluded by the financial requirement. So I chose to lower the cost by a factor of 9 times to make it cost effective. For the Return on Investment over the working years of most potential clients, it is overwhelmingly cheap.

The primary reason was to make it affordable, but there was the hope that the referral system would kick in and solve the need for marketing. Most clients have the option to take advantage of our low cost and then never contact us again. We lose when that happens. We have staff, computers, building overhead, etc., before we can even hope to make a profit. Currently, the majority of our clients are not making referrals as I had hoped. That was the risk I took. They are focused on their immediate needs and once that is accomplished, they move on to other issues in their lives. Some do make referrals, and I am thus willing to give this process some more time at this pricing structure before we raise the price in order to achieve our objectives.

What we do offer is proof that the U.S. Congress created this process and with our intellectual property, we have a method to accomplish this result in a legal and proper manner.

So ripping people off is not in our best interest. That is why we put the information on the website for all to read. We are not hiding anything. We provide to our client base exactly what we state on our website. The issue with the employer is a separate set of issues on whether they will abide by the federal laws or not. This is beyond our control. However, as mentioned, we do offer some help in that area. Our goal is to help our clientele and to prove what we state is factual, based on the law at all times.

 

If I do the Revocation of Election, for this tax year and moving forward, do I actually get something back from the IRS stating I am out of the system?
The statute in 26 USC 6013(g) does not reflect that you will receive anything back as you can see by reading it.

All you need to do is follow the instructions we give you, and the proper officials will make the change in the database. However, we cannot make those in the government abide by the law, even though it is their duty to do so, and they took an Oath of Office to do just that. We are working on several approaches but we will post it on the website when it is ready as a new service.

We provide the federal law and the Revocation of Election Affidavit that permits you to revoke the election and then notify the IRS of that fact.

The Revocation of Election shows the IRS that the FEDERAL LAW in 26 USC 6013 (g)(4)(a) and 6013 (g)(6) ends the election process forever. You are, by Federal Law, out of their U.S. Tax Club.

There is no reason to fear the IRS will come to your door again. This is law written by the U.S. Congress. That have to abide by the statutory law. We provide proof that the referenced Nonresident Alien Individuals are actually those who are American Nationals (a non-statutory term created by us to separate the confusion in using a term similar to the statutory term “U.S. citizen”) by birth, parentage, or by naturalization.

 

Does the Revocation of Election process you offer connect my name with a Social Security Number, and if so, how can my sovereignty remain intact, as it would seem that to associate the number with my name is to utilize property belonging to the United States (U.S. Constitution, Article I, Section 8, Clause 17) so therefore would appear to subject me constructively to its jurisdiction. That is — connecting an SSN to my name would appear to invalidate any claim of personal sovereignty I might make. Please help me understand the paradox of how being a Social Security beneficiary would still allow me to make a legitimate claim of personal sovereignty, and to still succeed with the Revocation of Election process.
On the Affidavit, we provide a space for you to write the SSN that you have used. This is for the IRS to reference you correctly and to correct their records and database.

If you read 26 CFR 301.6109-1(g)(1): “A social security number is generally identified in the records and database of the Internal Revenue Service as a number belonging to a U.S. citizen or resident alien individual. Now you can see the distinction.

This means generally this is the case, but not always. An SSN recipient can be one listed as OTHER on the Form SS5 application for SSN. Thus, the party listed as “OTHER” are those American Nationals who may wish to participate in the Social Security Franchise Scheme without having a nexus to those who are federal taxpayers … U.S. citizens and resident alien individuals.

When you made the election to allow your income to be taxed like that of a resident alien, you changed your sovereignty status, whether you realized it or not. The National Government has no authority to function in any capacity other than to protect the property (which includes your Rights) of sovereign American Nationals. When you changed your sovereign status by your “voluntary election” to become one who is under the dominion and control of the National Government, you are in fact their property.

This event occurred when you made the “voluntary election” (filed your first Form 1040). In order to return to your true sovereign status in the eyes of the National Government, you must be precise and follow strict guidelines to terminate that election. The SSN is not an issue for the ROE.

You can return the SSN card to the Social Security Administration, as it is their property, and you can change the SS5 application asking about citizenship on Line 5 to “OTHER” to remove you from being listed as one who is a Federal Income Taxpayer.

Download a copy of the SS5 application here. Fill out only your name on Line 1, then on Line 5 where is asks for citizenship, check “OTHER.” In the space provided underneath, write in “Nonresident Alien allowed to work” and point an arrow to the word “OTHER”. Print it out, then write diagonally across the page “CORRECTED”. Send it only to your local Social Security office. You may call 1-800-772-1213 to find out the address of your nearest SSA office.

You can read the post in our Resource Center dated 28 May 13 to find a letter by the SSA stating: “The Social Security Act does not require a person to have a Social Security Number to live and work in the United States, nor does it require a Social Security number simply for the purpose of having one. However, if someone works without a Social Security Number, we cannot properly credit the earning for the work performed, and the worked may lose any potential entitlement to Social Security benefits.”

As you have probably noted, the SSA did not define any term or expression they used in this response. They also did not define such terms as ‘United States’ or how one can work without an SSN and not be hassled.

 

How do I best deal with the elimination of Chapter 24 Withholding after the Revocation of Election is submitted?
First of all, there are two types of Tax Class 5 information forms that are used by employers. They are the Form W-2 and the Form 1099. From the perspective of ease in dealing with employers and eliminating the Chapter 24 Withholding that the U.S. Congress has referenced in 26 USC Section 6013(g) regarding the termination of the election, the Form 1099 is by far the best choice to have with your employer.

You should ask your employer for a 1099 sub-contractor employment structure if they will offer such. They do derive benefit from it in that they do not have to deal with any federal withholding issues, there are no employee benefits to pay out, and with all their savings the Form 1099 employer can actually pay the worker more income for their services without having to deal with the costs of a W-2 employee which is a heavy burden on the employer.

As you can easily imagine, most employers are not familiar with the true nature of the Federal Income Tax as to the proper jurisdiction and the parties addressed by that tax. For many American Nationals, trying to educate their (Form W-2 type) employers is made more difficult. Most Americans have never read ther Internal Revenue Code, the Legislative Intent of the 16th Amendment, nor the legal opinion letter from Michael L. White, a Federal Attorney working within the Federal Register.

As you know by reading, the Federal Income Tax was only levied upon the National Government and not upon American Nationals living and working in the private sector within the Constitutional Republic. This is easily ascertained by reading the Legislative Intent of the 16th Amendment, which was written by former POTUS William H. Taft in 1909. This document is located in our Resource Center for your use.

In the U.S. Supreme Court decision Pollock v. Farmer's Loan & Trust Company in 1895, that Court declared the direct attempt at taxation upon American Nationals to be unconstitutional if the avoidance of the constitutional requirement for the Rule of Apportionment based on the Census was disregarded. The requirement is stated in Article 1, Sections 2 and 9 which the U.S. Congress cannot ignore if such a law were to be made applicable within the Constitutional Republic.

When you read the 16th Amendment, you can clearly see that the Rule of Apportionment was disregarded by the U.S. Congress in that Amendment. There is only one singular jurisdiction in which the National Government can ignore the Constitution. That jurisdiction is the District of Columbia where the Constitution is null and void. Washington D.C. is not a state of the Union but a federal municipal state in which the laws of the Constitution do not apply.

These are some of the reasons why it is best that you try to secure employment from your own skills or via the Form 1099, so that you do not have issues trying to educate your employer as a few just refuse to abide by the federal laws that you are now learning about. We cannot make anyone abide by the laws that exist. Everything we do is best on those federal laws in regard to the Revocation of Election and the issues related to attempts by the IRS at enforcement actions when a client meets our strict criteria.

There is always resistence to change, and then slowly there is a gradual acceptance of the reality of the new paradigm. The last state is acceptance of the new fact as the status quo. This was the process with the former ‘Flat Earth Society’ fighting against that former status quo. Today, we do not think anything about it and wonder what all the fuss was about back in the time of Galileo and Copernicus.

Thus, the least stressful was is be self-employed. Perhaps, become a sub-contracted employee under Form 1099. This will eliminate the concerns with withholding that were not clearly outlined by the U.S. Congress in dealing with private-sector employers who perceive the Form W-2 as the status quo and anyone not in agreement as a tax protestor in spite of the reality of the law laid out before them.

We have a letter to be sent to the Commissioner on the matter of termination of Chapter 24 Withholding for those that are Form W-2, but we can’t promise that the Commissioner will respond without your persistence and pushing your elected representatives.

 

Why would the U.S. government allow the tax slaves (American Nationals) to opt out now?
The answer is found in the Jurisdiction question. This is complicated but I will try in a short manner to explain. The U.S. Supreme Court in the Pollock v. Farmer’s Loan & Trust Company decision in 1895 declared the National Government’s attempt to levy an FIT upon American Nationals without regard for the Rule of Apportionment (as required of the National Government in Article 1, Section 2 and Section 9 of the Constitution) to be unconstitutional.

Then you need to read POTUS Taft’s statement in the Legislative Intent of the 16th Amendment. You can find this in our Resource Center. He admitted that the National Government was deprived of any power to levy a Federal Income Tax upon American Nationals. Then he instructed the U.S, Congress to create the 16th Amendment to the Constitution. In his request, as you will find by reading, he asked Congress to levy the FIT upon the National Government only … not upon the Constitutional Republic. The singular jurisdiction of the National Government is only the District of Columbia and its U.S. Territories.

In the District of Columbia, the U.S. Constitution is null and void as a force of law within that federal municipality. You know that D.C. is not a state of the Union, thus it is a foreign state. Americans call it the nation’s capital, but it is really not that but a foreign state to the 50 states of the Union. It is thus, a foreign jurisdiction. What happens to the legislation in that jurisdiction only applies to that jurisdiction unless there is an Implementing or Legislative regulation promulgated in the Federal Register per the Federal Register Act (44 USC Chapter 15). The publication of that Implrementing Regulation must be evidenced by a volume, date and page number indicating that this federal law applies within the Constitutional Republic.

Now look at the 13th Amendment. Here you will see that slavery and involuntary indentured servitude was outlawed in the now 50 states of the Union. But what it did not outlaw was a voluntary choice (called an election by the National Government) to allow the National Government to tax the income or earnings of American Nationals as if they were Resident Aliens. Once you made that election, to took by comity the full weight of federal statutory laws and regulations on your back.

Due to the 13th Amendment, the U.S. Congress had to provide you an exit door if you wanted to leave but they did not have to show you where the door was nor how to open it. Otherwise, slavery would be in place in the Constitutional Republic.

 

I am a naturalized American. How can the Revocation of Election work for me?
One who has been naturalized and became a member of the Constitutional Republic is what we call an American National. Note, this term, American National, is our own creation and is not a statutory term in any manner. It reflects those born or naturalized in the Constitutional Republic, which is a foreign jurisdiction to that of the Corporation which operates within the exclusive and svoereign jurisdiction of the District of Columbia and its U.S. Territories. The term was established to avoid the confusion created by the National Government’s use of the ambiguous term “U.S. citizen,” which in their statutes shows an entirely different meaning than that expressed in the Constitution.

 

One thing I am looking into is to get a U.S. Tax Court decision on terminating Chapter 24 withholding for the federal income tax after the ROE process is complete. Can you tell me more?
This will have benefit in dealing with the employer but may have a side benefit for lending on mortgages. This is not developed yet, and I have to test it out so do not take this as fact at this time. We are working on several approaches but we will post it on the website when it is ready as a new service.

 

Do I need to fill out a Form W-4 after I complete the Revocation of Election so that my employer will stop withholding?
Your filling out the Tax Class 5 Form W-4 told them what they wanted to see you do. If you understood that once you leave the U.S. Tax Club there was no need for you to fill out such a form. All you have accomplished is to create a problem that should never have occurred. Think of it this way, “Have you ever filed an income-tax return for the nation of France?” Why not? You are not subject to their jurisdiction. Jurisdiction is the key for all that you do with the IRS. You must know who you are and be able to articulate that fact.

You needed to use the 3402(n) section instead of filling out the Form W-4 as it might have been easier for you to keep from having to try and educate your employer. Now that the problems have arisen, you are a “problam child” in the eyes of the private-sector employer.

We soon hope to have a You Tube video for the Employer and how the ROE and the other points of federal tax laws prove you have no further participation with the U.S. tax system. The IRS personnel are not trained in 6013 and when you filled out their Form W-4 as exempt, you got the standard treatement. It is not that the ROE was ignored but something else. The Form W-4 is the focus of the problem … and if you fill one out, you are causing yourself undue consternation.

 

How does the Revocation of Election affect income I receive from dividends or my internet-based business?
Once you properly file your Revocation of Election document, then the only income that is taxable would be income derived from the conduct of a ‘trade or business’ (performance of the functions of a public office) related to the National Government. Examples of taxable income derived from federal property would be Social Security benefits (over a stated threshold, which at one time was $25,000 USD/year), dividend income from U.S. Treasury bonds, or income from directly working as an employee for the National Government (including current military).

The key term is income “from sources within the (statutory) United States” (meaning the District of Columbia and U.S. territories). No other income is taxable, and any Form 1099 sent erroneously to the IRS to report untaxable income can lawfully be corrected by you. You may simply correct it after you receive a copy in the mail. Please locate instructions for this in our Resource Center, under the Forms section.

 

Topic: Passports

Will doing the Revocation of Election affect my ability to obtain a U.S. passport?
Not that we are aware of, as we have over 3,000 clients and none (ZERO) have reported that they have been denied a passport because they have filed the Revocation of Election. This is a completely lawful choice for each American National, so a passport should never be denied for any law-abiding national.

 

How can I obtain a U.S. passport that is for American Nationals?
Generally, there is only one type of passport. If you already possess a United States passport, open it up to the first page, and notice it refers to “citizen/national”. Ones issued U.S. passports are considered Constitutional citizens and/or American Nationals.U.S. Passport referenceU.S. Passport reference

If you learn nothing else by reading our website, at least learn the distinction between a Constitutional U.S. citizen and a statutory U.S. Citizen. An American National is NOT a statutory U.S. Citizen, subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the District of Columbia. This is the snare that gets many people unknowingly connected with the affairs of the National Government.

If you were born in one of the 50 states of the Union, you are an American National, protected by the Constitution. We encourage people to use this term. A “regular” U.S. passport already serves American Nationals (see photo at right).

A statutory U.S. Citizen is defined at 8 USC §1401(a) to mean “A person born in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof.” Statutorily at 26 USC §7408(d), the “United States” means ONLY the District of Columbia. At 26 USC §7701(a)(1), a “person” only references statutory legal fictions created by the U.S. Congress. And the term “born” in a statutory sense means an act of creation by a Legislative Act of Congress.

So, given these definitions, are you a statutory U.S. Citizen? Most people are not, but the ramifications of identifying yourself as one are serious.

Pertaining to language you should use going forward, abandon the term “U.S. citizen” altogether. It can create confusion as to which definition of U.S. citizen someone else is referring. You are more clearly defined as an American National. It is recommended you use that term instead.

 

I recognize the advantages of obtaining a second passport. How do I get started?
The first step should be to explore the possibility of obtaining a non-U.S. passport by using your heritage. Were you born in another country? Were your parents? Was your spouse? This is the shortest (and least expensive path) toward citizenship. Read further on our Asset Protection page.

If your heritage won’t really help you, the other path is through the naturalization process. You need to consider factors like culture, language and finances if you wish to relocate to another country. A second passport can be obtained WITHOUT the need to relocate, but you will likely have to at least visit the country to fill out paperwork and get finger-printed, etc.

The quickest way to obtain a non-U.S. passport is through an economic citizenship. Governments offer these in hopes of attracting outside investment. They want people to buy/develop land or start a business (that creates jobs for their people). Sometimes, investment isn’t even necessary, but you need to consider these factors before deciding which route to take.

IMPORTANT: We offer our Asset Protection services to American Nationals only in obtaining a non-U.S. passport. We do NOT offer any solutions to foreigners who want to obtain a U.S. passport. THIS IS FOR NON-U.S. PASSPORT ACQUISITION ONLY.

 

Topic: General

What is sovereignty?
In reference to individuals, sovereignty refers to the state of being where a human has little to no need for outside authoritative interference, over his freedom of choice and over his land and belongings. The need for law, as in a Constitutional Republic, comes in how those personal choices may or may not violate the rights of others to pursue their own sovereignty.

This self-ownership extends, of course, to one’s own actions, labor and the fruits thereof.

The concept of individual sovereignty must be recognized by others to have any validity. The United States Congress gave creedance to self-ownership when in 1864 it passed the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which abolished slavery and involuntary servitude.

What it did not do was ban “voluntary servitude”. It is in this area that your sovereignty is most under attack. Whenever you voluntarily give your money (the fruits of your labor, the sweat off your brow) to any business or government, you are voting with your dollar and endorsing the actions of that entity. Think about that before you sign any contract or enter into any binding agreement over an extended period of time.

After the United States was officially taken off the Gold Standard, its currency has been entirely a debt-based instrument. In his book Money and Wealth in the New Millennium, author Norm Franz wrote that Gold is the money of kings; Silver is the money of gentlemen; Barter is the money of peasants; and Debt is the money of slaves. Thus, it is easy to see which direction our sovereignty is headed.

 

I read somewhere that we should never refer to ourselves as Nationals — that it is itself a construct of the National Government. Shouldn’t we come up with a different name?
We are referencing the term “American National”, not “National”. We define the term American National not as what you will find in the statutory definition for the word National. We define the term American National specifically in our letters, which is our right to define the terms we use.

As you can see there are distinct differences between a statutory “U.S. citizen” vis-a-vis the Constitutional citizen of the United States which is referencing those born in one of the 50 states of the Union. Our definition of American National is just that … a unique expression of words as we define them to be, so as to avoid the confusion that often occurs with the federal statutory definitions being misapplied by everyday use of those same words.

That is why American National avoids that confusion, and by our definition you can clearly see that we are NEVER using the statutory term National. One has to keep in context of what one is referring to. You can see firsthand how easy it is to get confused with statutory expressions vis-a-vis those which have a unique and very different definition.

 

What is a United States Citizen as referred to by the National Government and the IRS?
A United States Citizen — which is one type of United States Person — is a non-living statutory entity created by legislation in the U.S. Congress. The definition of a U.S. Person which references the statutory term U.S. Citizen is found at 26USC §7701(a)(1) and (a)(30). You will find all the references listed to be only statutory legal fictions created by Congress.

All statutory (legislative) creations of Congress are the property of the National Government and have no rights which are only applicable for living American men and women. All statutory U.S. Citizens are subject to the geographical and legislative jurisdiction of the National Government located in the District of Columbia and U.S. Territories.

A United States Citizen (statutorily created in the United States Code) is defined in 8 USC§1401(a). This is NOT the same citizen of the United States referenced in the Constitution so beware of the deception created by identical words that have very different meanings. No presumptions, please!

Former POTUS, William H. Taft, wrote the Legislative Intent of the 16th Amendment. He openly declared that the federal income tax was only “levied upon the National Government” as the government was denied and deprived of any authority to impose such a tax upon Americans.

You can locate this document in the Congressional Record of the United States Senate, pages 3344-3345, and written on June 16, 1909.

The National Government can do this inside their limited jurisdiction of Washington, D.C., as the Constitution has no full force and effect of law in that municipal jurisdiction belonging to the National Government. Thus, apportionment and census are not a requirement either to impose a federal income tax on those who work for the National Government.

American Nationals have no income tax filing or payment obligations unless they make a voluntary “election” — becoming an indentured servant — by filing any variant of a Form 1040 U.S. Individual Income Tax Return. Those who do so will have their earnings treated like that of a statutory U.S. Resident Alien, as they are fully taxable in the Internal Revenue Code.

All others, meaning American Nationals — those born in one of the 50 states of the Union or naturalized — have no such obligation to file or pay a federal income tax. You can read this clearly at 31 USC 321(d)(1) and (d)(2), where you will find the U.S. Treasury statutes telling all who care to inquire that the federal income tax is a “gift or bequest” provided “to and for the use by the (statutory) United States.”

 

IRS Publication 519 states in Chapter 1 that nonresident aliens are defined as as persons who do not meet the Green Card Test nor the Substantial Presence Test. The substantial Presence Test (31 days in a given calendar year) states the term United States as all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Doesn’t this contradict what you say about nonresident aliens not having an obligation to the Federal Income Tax?
Did you notice the Introduction opening statement on U.S. Tax Guide for Aliens? Nonresident aliens are taxable only on certain income from sources within the United States and on the income described in section 864(c)(4) from sources without the United States which is effectively connected for the taxable year with the conduct of a trade or business in the United States.

The subject of the Substantial Presence Test is directed to those who are U.S. Resident Aliens — those from a foreign country. So if you are from a foreign country and live anywhere in the District of Columbia or the 50 states of the Union, as a Resident Alien you are a U.S. Taxpayer if you need to work or live in those described geographical areas.

You need to read 26 CFR 1.871-1(a) to see that all nonresident alien individuals are taxable only on certain income, which does NOT include income derived from sources outside the statutory ‘United States,’ especially income derived from the private sector in the 50 states.

 

Well, if all Americans stopped paying the Federal Income Tax, how would the government have any money?
It is doubtful that even the babies that were born in 2015 will ever see the end of the Federal Income Tax. If it were to do so, it might morph into a new name but there are few examples (and I can’t recall any) of taxes created by the National Government that it has ever ended as part of a national expression by the U.S. Congress.

Americans Nationals (those born in the 50 states or naturalized there) who think that they are legal U.S. Taxpayers will fork over nearly 30 percent of what they earn to pay federal income taxes that were never imposed upon them even by the 16th Amendment, but that is only a small part of the story.

Not everyone pays all of the taxes listed below, but without a doubt, American Nationals are all being taxed into oblivion. It is like death by a thousand paper cuts. American politicians have become extremely creative (they learned a lot from the British Crown years ago) in finding ways to extract money from the American people.

There are so many taxes being collected, and most American Nationals don’t even realize what is being done to them. Thus, the reason for the question as they would never ask it if they knew all in the list below. By the time it is all said and done, a significant portion of the population ends up paying more than half of what they earn to the government.

Man is the only species on Earth that pays taxes just for the “privilege” of living on the planet. The following is an alphabetical list of 99 taxes American Nationals pay every year.

  • Federal Air Transportation Taxes (just look at how much you were charged the last time you flew)
  • Biodiesel Fuel Taxes
  • Building Permit Taxes
  • Business Registration Fees
  • Federal Capital Gains Taxes (if you are viewed as a statutory U.S. person)
  • Federal Cigarette Taxes (AFT related as excise tax if you smoke tobacco)
  • Court Fines (indirect taxes)
  • Disposal Fees
  • Dog License Taxes
  • Driver’s License Fees (Vehicle Registration fees)
  • Employer Health Insurance Mandate Tax
  • Federal Employer Medicare Taxes
  • Federal Employer Social Security Taxes
  • Environmental Fees
  • Federal Estate Taxes (if you are viewed as a statutory U.S. person)
  • Federal Excise Taxes On Comprehensive Health Insurance Plans
  • Federal Corporate Taxes
  • Federal Income Taxes (if you are viewed as a statutory U.S. person or a Nonresident Alien Individual who made an election under IRC 6013)
  • Federal Unemployment Taxes
  • Federal Firearm taxes on manufacturers (ATF excise tax)
  • Firearm Permit Fees
  • Fishing License Taxes
  • Flush Taxes (yes, this actually exists in some areas)
  • Food And Beverage License Fees
  • Franchise Business Taxes
  • Garbage Taxes
  • Federal Gasoline Taxes
  • Federal Gift Taxes
  • Gun Ownership Permits
  • Hazardous Material Disposal Fees
  • Highway Access Fees
  • Hotel Taxes (these are becoming quite large in some areas)
  • Hunting License Taxes
  • Federal Import Taxes
  • Federal Individual Health Insurance Mandate Taxes
  • Federal Inheritance Taxes (if you are viewed as a statutory U.S. person)
  • Insect Control Hazardous Materials Licenses
  • Inspection Fees
  • Insurance Premium Taxes
  • Federal Interstate User Diesel Fuel Taxes
  • Inventory Taxes
  • Federal IRA Early Withdrawal Taxes
  • Federal IRS Interest Charges (tax on top of tax)
  • Federal IRS Penalties (tax on top of tax; if you are viewed as a statutory U.S. person)
  • Library Taxes
  • License Plate Fees
  • Federal Liquor Taxes (Excise tax under AFT upon manufacturer if you drink alcohol)
  • Local Corporate Taxes
  • Local Income Taxes
  • Local School Taxes
  • Local Unemployment Taxes
  • Luxury Taxes
  • Marriage License Taxes
  • Federal Medicare Taxes
  • Federal Medicare Tax Surcharge On High Earning Americans Under Obamacare
  • Federal Obamacare Individual Mandate Excise Tax (if you don’t buy “qualifying” health insurance under Obamacare you will have to pay an additional tax)
  • Federal Obamacare Surtax On Investment Income (a new 3.8% surtax on investment income; if you are viewed as a statutory U.S. person)
  • Parking Meters
  • Federal Passport Fees (and Expatriation fees if you choose to expatriate)
  • Professional Licenses And Fees (another form of taxation)
  • Property Taxes
  • Real Estate Taxes
  • Recreational Vehicle Taxes
  • Registration Fees For New Businesses
  • Toll Booth Taxes
  • Sales Taxes
  • Federal Self-Employment Taxes (if you are viewed as a statutory U.S. person or have made an election via IRC 6013)
  • Sewer & Water Taxes
  • School Taxes
  • Septic Permit Taxes
  • Service Charge Taxes
  • Federal Social Security Taxes
  • Special Assessments For Road Repairs or Construction
  • Sports Stadium Taxes
  • State Corporate Taxes
  • State Income Taxes
  • State Park Entrance Fees
  • State Unemployment Taxes (SUTA)
  • Tanning Taxes (a new Obamacare tax on tanning services)
  • Telephone 911 Service Taxes
  • Telephone Federal Excise Taxes
  • Telephone Federal Universal Service Fee Taxes
  • Telephone Minimum Usage Surcharge Taxes
  • Telephone State And Local Taxes
  • Telephone Universal Access Taxes
  • The Alternative Minimum Tax
  • Tire Recycling Fees
  • Tire Taxes
  • Tolls (another form of taxation)
  • Traffic Fines (indirect taxation)
  • Use Taxes (Out of state purchases, etc.)
  • Utility Taxes
  • Vehicle Registration Taxes
  • Waste Management Taxes
  • Water Rights Fees
  • Watercraft Registration & Licensing Fees
  • Well Permit Fees
  • Workers Compensation Taxes
  • Zoning Permit Fees

There are still new ones being added, but you have the idea by now that government can’t seem to live within its means. It never produces a single thing that it sells to make a profit because the politicians can’t seem to run any business well at all is my guess. Yet despite all of this oppressive taxation, our local governments, our state governments and our federal government are all absolutely drowning in debt.

When the federal income tax was originally introduced a little more than 100 years ago, most Americans were taxed at a rate of only 1 percent. But once they get their feet in the door, the social planners always want more. Since that time, tax rates have gone much higher, and the tax code has exploded in size.

Why do we have to have the most convoluted tax system in the history of the planet? So the monstrous system that we have created will continue to get even bigger and even more complicated. American Nationals are literally being taxed into oblivion, and most Americans don’t even seem to care.

You really don’t have to worry about the government surviving. They are parasites that we have allowed to suck the life out of our earnings each year, and now both parents have to work, pay for food, raise their children with a reasonable education, put clothes on their bodies and shoes on their feet. Drive them to all kinds of activities and hope that you do not get a traffic ticket based on a government statute that first of all must ask for your consent to do so by asking for your proof of submission to the government with an ID card and then ask “Do you understand?”

Are you still worried about the financial survival of the government? Maybe American Nationals could figure out a lot on their own and do a better job with being responsible by learning how governments really work!

 

Does my payment for your services and help allow me to be involved in the process of creating and distributing the paperwork to the various agencies, so that I gain a better knowledge of how this process works? I can fully appreciate Mr. Weiss’ comments (on the phone-in call) about how the small fees do no really supplement his income, and if the process is one that, because of his research and time invested in creating this adminitrative process, does not include wholesale distribution, I can respect that.
Our intellectual property, which is based on decades of research, is not open for distribution to anyone other than the purchaser. If you have others who need assistance, you must let them know that the help we offer is proprietary but very inexpensive — especially for what you gain!

We operate on a basis of trust. Those who do not see the value of what we have discovered and respect the many years it took to simply hand this over at such a small fee, then they lost sight of the importance of who they are as a person and that they would still be caught in the mess they were in prior to contacting us.

We expect and ask for your adherence to our request. If we were charging $10,000 for this information, then the vast majority of Americans would never be able to afford this guidance and take advantage of what we provide. We believe our value of service and the time that has been put into this breakthrough should be appreciated and respected by all our clients.

We retain full copyright protection on our intellectual property.

 

I see in some of your documents that you include logos of the Internal Revenue Service and U.S. Supreme Court. I am hesitant to use this Affidavit because I fear the government may attack me with a copyright infringement. Is this valid?
No. These seals/logos are included to draw attention to the official words these government departments use as it relates to a particular topic. These art pieces are part of the public domain. You will notice the lack of a copyright symbol on these art pieces, because they are not able to be copyrighted.

One may not use these seals/logos in order to pretend to be a government official, but in that particular scenario, it would be a violation based on fraud, NOT copyright. In your documents, you are very much NOT purporting to be a government agent in any way — quite the contrary. You are in fact distancing yourself from connection with the National Government.

Also as it relates to our topics, all government edicts, such as judicial opinions, rulings and other legal documents (whether federal, state or local) are not copyrightable.

You will find that domestic use of government works are not entitled to copyright protection, under Section 105 of the Copyright Act. The most obvious exception is that of the replication of the U.S. currency, which is protected (yes, the notes are the property of the Federal Reserve Bank — not a government entity). There are other minor exceptions of these rules, but they entail logos used for commercial use, i.e. using the Olympic rings on clothing to attempt to make it look “official”. In these cases where certain logos can be protected, a Copyright symbol will almost always be included.

Generally, you can use the flag and government seals on documents and merchandise — and without exception, you can use it for any non-commercial use (a category into which your documents would fall).

Additionally, people may include government documents in their own work, and copyright the entire compilation for their own protection.

 

The way I’m reading the website, it mentions the term Nonresident Alien Individual applying to American Nationals, since this section mentions NRAI who lost U.S. citizenship; these parties must have therefore had citizenship before becoming an NRAI, so is it not referring to aliens born in other countries?
You are mostly correct. You do NOT become a Nonresident Alien Individual. That is what the U.S. Congress uses to obfuscate that they are addressing what we call American Nationals. As you already know, an American National is one identical to those stated in the Constitution as ‘a citizen of the United States’, meaning the Constitutional Republic.

One becomes an American National by birth, parentage, or naturalization in the Constitutional Republic. The reason we created the term American National is to eliminate any confusion by referencing U.S. Citizen in the Constitution vis-a-vis the statutory definition of that same term. Aliens born in a different country are called by the U.S. Congress in regulations to be a Resident Alien by their birth, parentage or naturalization in a different country. You will see if you read the opening section of 26 CFR 1.871-1(a): Classes of aliens that there are two types of ‘Aliens’.

‘Nonresident Alien Individual’ only refers to American Nationals from the Constitutional Republic and NO ONE ELSE.

 

Why does your written correspondence include “[near but not in 12345]” for the Zip Code?
The answer is in response to the Buck Act. The zip codes refer to this act of Congress. The use of the two-letter state designation (CA, MA, TX, etc.) is an indication of a federal territory. Every state of the Union has counties, except Louisiana, which has parishes. Think of the Buck Act adding a transparent overlayed copy of the geographic United States but changing the boundaries to its own, unique delineations.

If you look at a Zip Code map of the “50 states” under the Buck Act, there are no counties, only Zip Codes. This tells you that you do not want to ID yourself in that federal territory. It is convenient to use their two-letter designation but best never to do that. As far as the Zip Codes go, putting the brackets with the “Near but not in 12345” verbeage means that you may be near that Zip Code but not in it.

 

Could the term ‘Nonresident Alien Individual’ refer to people who conducted themselves and elected to be U.S. citizens, but thereafter expatriated and moved to another country (i.e., Panama, Mexico, Bermuda, etc.)? Would these people be viewed as ones who had lost U.S. citizenship to avoid a federal tax, but who were not living in another country as an NRAI?
If you are asking about Expatriation as I think you are, then any American National who chooses to go through the expatriation process should first of all have a citizenship with another country already in place. Only American Nationals, as we define them, can expatriate from the Constitutional Republic.

So in your example, you are referring to one who naturalized into the Constitutional Republic and later thinks they do not want that kind of status, so they engage in the expatriation process.

They would be viewed as one who lost or gave up their citizenship on the Constitutional Republic (U.S. citizenship in the Constitutional sense). You only focus on the Expatriation to Avoid Tax section to learn what a nonresident alien individual actually is as you cannot find it more clearly stated anywhere else.

This has nothing to do with ‘Avoidance of Tax’ unless one who is expatriating clearly says that … that would obviously be a stupid thing to tell the National Government. People go through the expatriation process for a number of different reasons, and all you have to do is think about some to answer this for yourself.

When you expatriate, you are not an NRAI. That is only the term the U.S. Congress uses to hide the fact that they are actually talking about American Nationals as we define the term to be.

Once you leave your U.S. citizenship behind via expatriation, you are in the eyes of the government a foreigner from the effective date of that expatriation being acknowledged by the National Government.

 

Are Social Security payments made to a nonresident alien taxable?
We do not specialize in SSA matters. However, if you have concern about that, you might want to consider setting up an international bank account with a Visa card to make payments and do online banking with those funds. We feel that banking in the United States is no longer a good idea. This is fairly easy to do and we help our existing clients with that kind of service.

Overall, the government may want to tax SSA benefits IF you receive an amount over the level they set. They would deduct the money from the payment if you were to receive amounts over that limit. The ROE process only addresses income that is not effectively connected with the conduct of a trade or business within the National Government — which is to say private-sector income.

There is a free document we give to existing clients regarding receiving Social Security payments clarifying that any money you receive as Social Security benefits will be treated in the same manner as the money it was sent by you during your working years — as a gift or bequest.

If you are an existing client currently receiving SSA payments, send us the beginning year and ending year of your SSA financial contributions. Include your full legal name.

If you are not at that age in life, then this letter is not for you at this time.

 

Is there a way out of jury duty? I have been summoned and asked to fill out a form to be a potential juror in District Court.
You probably do not want to become a juror in a U.S. District Court. That converts you into a public official subject to the jurisdiction of the National Government when you serve as a juror. It’s not a good idea at all. You need to call the Clerk of the U.S. District Court and ask for the jurisdiction of the USDC and if they can only canvass for parties who are statutory U.S. citizens per 8 USC 1401(a) and 3C Am Jr 2d Section 2689.

Don’t let them off the hook … push them. They should all know the extent of their jurisdiction within which they operate. Secure a copy of the USSC case Balzac v. People of Porto Rico, 258 U.S. 298 (1922). The way to challenge this if the court is a U.S. District Court in your area is to challenge jurisdiction. This court is an Article IV court, which according to the Balzac case, shows that they are a mere territorial or tribunal court and not an Article III court like the U.S. Supreme Court. We have the document in our Resource Center dated 4 April 15.

You can also use our Resource Center document posted on 17 Feb 14 to show that you are not a statutory U.S. citizen. With this, there is no requirement for you to participate falsely as a statutory U.S. citizen, as you are an American National by birth in the Constitutional Republic and therefore not subject to the territorial jurisdiction of the National Government and its territorial court system.

 

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“It is not the function of our Government to keep the citizen from falling into error, it is the function of
the citizen to keep the Government from falling into error.”
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