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Date: Mon, 23 Jun 1997 05:30:58 -0700
To: superman@netropolis.net
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: The Meaning of American Citizenship
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Read Ex Parte Knowles, 5 Cal. 300 (1855), and
consider naturalizing her into state Citizenship.
This case is the authority for doing same.  This
was a California Supreme Court case which adjudicated
the Immigration and Naturalization Clause in the
U.S. Constitution, briefly, Congress makes the rule,
the states of the Union implement rule.

/s/ Paul Mitchell

At 07:12 AM 6/23/97 -0500, you wrote:
>I have a question for you...
>My wife is not a US citizen.  She is from Vietnam, came over in 1975
>when she was 5, and is turning 28 this year.  She got a greencard
>early before they took pictures, so it has no picture, so she had a
>little bit of hassle getting back in the US from the Bahamas when we
>went just a few weeks ago.
>We'll be travelling to Jamaica in August, and want to prepare now.  She
>could get a new greencard with her picture on it, but as of now, she's
>pretty much invisible to the system, since she doesn't have to work
>anymore.  It's been suggested that she get US citizenship so she can get
>a passport, but in my opinion, she's lucky NOT to be a US citizen, and
>be subject to its jurisdiction etc.
>So, if there's a way for her to get a passport without citizenship, or
>if there's a way for her to get what she needs without using a Social
>Security number, of ponzi insurance scam she does not want to be part
>of, let me know.

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