In only a few short steps, this site will assist you in creating your own original paperwork that assists you in reclaiming “All” of your property, rights, labor and puts you back into the correct jurisdiction.
To get started, choose an option below to declare your birthright political status as an American.
Step 1: Create Your Documents
There are a few different ways that you can create your documentation. Choose the one that is best for your needs.
Option 1: Instant Document Generator: Click Here
Option 2: Blank DIY Documents: Click Here
Option 3: Get the documents from your state coordinator: Click Here
Step 2: Autographing & Notarizing Documents
Once you have completed your new documents and have them in hand, it’s time to learn how to autograph your documents and finding a local public notary or an assembly recording secretary.
Join the learning center to see how to autograph your documents today.
Step 3: Public Recording
Public Recording provides you a way to establish the public record on your terms and record affidavits, land patent declarations, deeds, birth announcements, notices or any other document you want on the public record!
(1) The return of your Good Name to the land and soil of your birth State
(2) The expatriation of your Good Name from any foreign Territorial or Municipal status
(3) The cancellation of all previous Powers of Attorney that have left you vulnerable to attacks
(4) And the seizure and control of your ESTATE and other assets by claiming and relocating your Assumed Names back to the land and soil you are heir to.
Step 4: Mailing Your Notices
Now that you have your documents recorded, it’s time to put certain notices in the mail to inform the IRS and Secretary of State that you are claiming your exemptions to pay taxes and are no longer a US Citizen as well as cancelling your voter registration.
Step 5: Updating Your Passport
Most likely, you unknowingly initiated a passport application as a US Citizen. We provide the process on how to correct the record to reflect your American State National status with the Secretary of State.