How to Fill Out a Passport Form
When you got your Social Security number, you checked off that you were a U.S. citizen on the SS-5 application. You continued to claim to be a U.S. citizen throughout your life and did so on all of the government forms and applications, which caused you to pay taxes, get tickets and every other act of treason that has happened to you.
The U.S. in this case, is the federal corporation the District of Columbia, also known as USDC or the UNITED STATES. It was created by the congressional act of 1871. A U.S. citizen is a citizen of this federal corporation, and not a union State or USA republic. A U.S. citizen is a legal fiction / U.S. corporation and has no rights secured by the constitution. Only people have rights secured by the constitution, not legal fictions.
You may certify and reclaim your correct status by getting a passport as a "State National". Your birth certificate that is required for your passport is proof that you are a State National and is your title and deed to your rights secured by our founding documents. It is on bond paper and you are the bond holder/ beneficiary. However, you will not find the term "State National" on government forms because they are deceptively hiding it from the public.
They use terms such as "Citizen of the United States", "non-citizen national", "national" or "other". When you get your passport it will look like any other and say that your nationality is the United States of America, They do this to hide what they are doing. Remember that the U.S. citizen is a legal fiction, (a U.S. Corporation) with no rights. A State National has absolute freedom and liberty protected by our founding documents.
The main things to remember on the Passport form:
1) Fill out the application in black ink (as per instructions)
2) Write in your social security number. If you leave it off, your passport may be denied.
3) Most Important: Check off “NO” to U.S. Citizen Every place that asks if someone is a U.S. citizen - Mom, Dad, spouse or ex-spouse - check off “NO”. If you check off yes to U.S. citizen on anything, that makes you a U.S. citizen. Checking “No” classifies you as a State National. This is the most important step. Do not let them bully you into checking off yes to U.S. citizenship.
4) Write "In care of:" with the mailing address and use the standard mailing address with zip code. This means that this is merely where you receive your mail and you do not live in their jurisdiction. And for the permanent address, use "R.F.D." or "Rural Free Delivery" for the address and then the city and state. Then use all zeros for the zip code. This means that you live in the Republic and not in any fictional jurisdiction.
This is only a way to make them pay close attention to your application - that you checked off “No” to all questions regarding U.S. citizenship. If they insist that you put something else in, then do it.
5) Write "without prejudice UCC 1-308" above your signature. This ensures that you are not a legal fiction and are not contracting away your rights.
6) Expedite your passport.
7) Do not include Affidavits of Citizenship with your Application, or underline Non-Citizen National. You will be denied.
8) Attach an Explanatory Statement, to serve as a cover letter, which includes personal documents
9) Wait to sign the application until you are in front of the acceptance agent.
They are not allowed to refuse your application or make any changes. To do so is a crime, which can be reported to the U.S. Attorney General.
If You Already Have A Passport
If you already have a passport, you can still get a new passport with this method by filling out a new DS-11 Form. This form may be filled out online and printed - or printed and filled out by hand. You may also obtain this form at the Post Office. State on the application that you had a previous passport, and show the old passport with the application.
You may also fill out a lost passport form. It does not matter what was on the previous passport. You are updating your information. Sometimes the State Department will reply to a passport holder that they are being denied because they already have a passport. It’s still possible that they have updated your information at that point to a State National.
Anyone who is denied a passport for various reasons, such as back child support, may still be protected. It has been reported that some people were made eligible 3 or 4 months after applying and being denied because of back child support.
It is also possible to get a passport if you are out on parole, bond or probation, by following all the steps outlined above.
If the State Department requires proof of travel, one option is to make a hotel reservation for a night or two across the border. Then print off a copy of the reservation to include with your application. You can always cancel the reservation after you get your passport.
The following pdf document includes all of the above information, plus includes images of the Passport form itself, showing exactly how to fill in the information.