reply to post by hawkiye
To make sure I did not miss something after re-reading all your post and my responses and links provided I can say to the best of my knowledge all
questions ask directly or indirectly was answered.
In one breath you comment to insinuate I do not know the law, then in the next you say I must be an attorney. So which is it? You asked for proof I
gave it including the link to better your understanding, if you choose not to read the links there is nothing else to discuss.
The proof again:
Does expatriation exist? YES
Do you have to expatriate to remover yourself from the defacto system? YES
Do you have to expatriate to a Country? YES
Is America, Unites States in any form of the word a Country? NO
Is every State within the Union a Country? YES
Can one expatriate to one of these 50 Countries making up the Union? YES
Is the expatriation guidelines written clearly and the steps that need to be taken to do so? YES
Does the Defacto government recognize expatriation to the fullest of the law as outlined? YES they have no choice.
Once you expatriate to one of the 50 States within the Union does this remove you from their private system of law and jurisdiction? YES
What laws apply to one who expatriates? The De Jure of right common law.
Can you collect benefits offered by the defacto once expatriated? NO
What benefits do you get? NONE
So then why do it? FREEDOM as it is intended to be.
Do you have to pay federal taxes or fill out tax forms at the end of the year? NO
Do you have to pay state taxes or fill out tax forms at the end of the year? NO
Do you have to pay taxes that are included in the price of an item such as gasoline at the pump? YES
Do you have to pay the 6% average state tax on none food items? YES
Can you have a bank account, car loan or mortgage? YES but you can not use since you no longer will have a SS number and do not use a TIN number
either since that is a tax identification number and both are defacto.
Do you need to have a DL, registration and or insurance? NO
Does statue laws apply to you? NO they are private law for U.S. citizens only.
Anything I missed?