|FORMS: 4.10 SECURITY CLEARANCE ATTACHMENT|
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Nearly all government-issued security clearances require you to declare your citizenship in your country. The attachment below is intended to be affixed to your application for security clearance that you file with your government employer/military branch. It clarifies your citizenship status unambiguously to ensure that you are treated properly and that you don’t incur state or federal income tax liability whenever you apply for a security clearance by virtue of your citizenship. You should put a note on the security clearance application form saying “Not valid without attached 'Affidavit of Clarification of Citizenship for Security Clearance'”. Ask for a certified copy of your voter registration and the attached affidavit from your security clearance manager.
AFFIDAVIT OF CLARIFICATION OF CITIZENSHIP FOR SECURITY CLEARANCE
I, __________________(name), a Sovereign Natural Born Citizen of __________________(statename), do hereby voluntarily and starting at my birth on __________________________(date) and at all times in the future relinquish any presumptive 14th Amendment citizenship status and any and all privileges and immunities granted therein. I claim my citizenship status to be a “national of the United States of America” but not a “citizen of the United States” in accordance with the following statutes:
· 8 U.S.C. §1408
· 8 U.S.C. §1101(a)(21) through 8 U.S.C.. §1101(a)(22)
I now retain, will at all times in the future retain, and always have retained my natural born status of a Citizen of one of the several union States of America under the Constitution and law, and my Citizenship in these United States of America. I preserve all my unalienable Rights that are inherent from my Creator, at all times. I waive no rights at any time, including by operation of any implied contract asserted by the government. As a Natural Born Sovereign Citizen of the state, I have the same measure of citizenship in my country as our founding fathers and early citizens had, including Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson, all of whom had no 14th Amendment citizenship because there was no 14th Amendment at the time they were alive.
I, do hereby declare my right to expatriate as absolute and declare that I have already expatriated from the municipal corporation of the District of Columbia and thereby voluntarily relinquish [my/our] any res in trust, existing by operation of any presumptions about my citizenship, to the foreign jurisdiction known as the municipal corporation of the District of Columbia, a democracy, and thereby return to the Constitutional Republic envisioned by our founding fathers. To remove all doubt, the municipal corporation referred to is the one described below:
Any and all past and present political ties implied by operation of law or otherwise in trust with the democracy as a consequence of any presumed citizenship ties I might have, is hereby dissolved.
The right to of expatriation is an absolute and natural right of being a state citizen, and it can not, by operation of law, be turned into a government privilege by coercing me into becoming a type of citizen that I do not choose to be or by coercing me to participate in an illegal and unethical state or federal income tax system.
The U.S. supreme Court has declared in the case of Hooven and Allison v. Evatt, 324 U.S. 652, 1945 that:
Be advised that I am not expatriating from “United States” the country (the first definition), but simply the municipal corporation located in District of Columbia and federal territories only, which is the second definition identified above. Furthermore, this document SHALL NOT serve as evidence that I ever was such a citizen of the United States indicated above. In fact, the opposite is true: I have NEVER been a citizen or a resident of the second definition of the “United States” appearing above and any presumption to the contrary asserted by the government is now and forever rebutted.
SECNAV Instruction 5510.30A (Secretary of the Navy Instruction 5510.30A) entitled Department of the Navy Personnel Security Program, talks about the citizenship requirements for getting a U.S. government security clearance. It clearly establishes that my status as a “U.S. national” and not and “U.S. citizen” in no way affects my ability to obtain or maintain a security clearance with the United States Government. Here is what it says on page I-1 of Appendix I of that instruction:
You can view the above instruction yourself at the following web address:
I affirm, under penalty of perjury, under the Common Law of America, without the "United States", that the foregoing is true and correct, to the best of my current information, knowledge, and belief, per 28 U.S.C. 1746(1); and
I now affix my own signature to all of the above affirmations WITH EXPLICIT RESERVATION OF ALL MY RIGHTS AND WITHOUT PREJUDICE UCC 1-207 (UCCA 1207)
______________________________________________(Natural Born Citizen of the several union states)