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esther
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USA
5 Posts

Posted - 26 Nov 2002 :  17:18:29  Show Profile
have heard there is a difference between a u.s. citizen passport and an american citizen passport. can anybody clarify/edify on this topic? thanks!

sambo1011
Occasional Poster

USA
10 Posts

Posted - 22 Jan 2003 :  15:22:24  Show Profile  Visit sambo1011's Homepage
How does one travel internationly with out a Passport? As to get a passport one must produce a SS# and Drivers License.
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LimboBoy
Regular Member

USA
25 Posts

Posted - 16 Apr 2003 :  16:19:01  Show Profile
Here is some information I have on passports. It is not based in personal experience.

Date: 06-19-94 (18:45) Number: 481 of 481 (Refer# NONE)
To: C.A. MEARS
From: JIM WOOLSEY
Subj: Passport
Read: NO Status: PUBLIC MESSAGE
Conf: Main Board (0) Read Type: GENERAL (+)
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I got a passport as a state Citizen. Here's the way to do it:
a. as stated, show your SS# as all 0's. Where it says "country", enter
your state, e.g., California. Certain words have meanings of commercial activity now under the redefining of common words by our beloved leaders, so cross out these words, and substitute the word that follows;

date of birth -> "nativity"
address -> "location"

For ID, they want SS#s, or military cards, Calif ID, etc. If you have
sent this stuff back, get birth certs, parents birth certs, school
diplomas, marriage certs. It is good to bring a US citizen with you who will state he has known you some years.

Use the brown form. Do NOT do as I did, namely mention that you are a
"state Citizen"....they froze up, called the manager, who stormed over
with a guard and asked me to leave! Maybe they think we're gun toting
revollutionarires.

You will be asked for a zip code onthe form, so put one down, maybe
alter it to read postal code. Otherwise the process stops there.
Finally, you get a lovely passport with the seals of the states on the
pages, not US eagles.

BTW, ask for a certified copy of your application, and don't forget to
take it. They photocopied one for me , and then kept it. You can always get a copy from the Dept of State, you must send $10, and notarized request stating why you want it, when you applied, etc.
You want this as proof that they accepted you with the statement that
your country is California, not DC, or USA. Good Luck.
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Lewish
Advanced Member

uSA
496 Posts

Posted - 16 Apr 2003 :  19:28:23  Show Profile
Hi LimboBoy,

What kind of number is on your passport? I know that the number on my U.S. of A. passport is issued by a British Registry Company. I am curious to know where your number came from.

Thanks.

Lewis
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LimboBoy
Regular Member

USA
25 Posts

Posted - 18 Apr 2003 :  02:03:59  Show Profile
Hi there! I don't have a valid passport. The above came from a BBS, and is not [my own] personal experience.

Joy to you,
LimboBoy
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