child who becomes an American resident through this special process does not have to go through the process of applying for and passing a naturalization test. A sovereign flesh and blood person is an American Citizen. Collective entity rule Brasswell. A municipal corporation has a dual character, the one public and the other private, and exercises corresponding twofold functions and duties - one class consisting of those acts performed by it in the exercise of delegated sovereign powers for benefit of people generally, as arm. That corporate citizen's name is spelled in all capital letters, to indicate that it is an artificial person, as distinguished from a natural person whose name is spelled in upper and lower case letters. Derivation of Citizenship and Naturalization of Parents. Citizenship under the formerly designated Sections 301(a 3) and 301(a 7) (changed to INA 301(c) and 301(g) effective October 10, 1978) of the INA as made applicable by the old Section 309(a) of the INA if the paternity of the child has been established. A person with corporate status, would have corporate income. A municipal corporation in its broader sense, such as the United States, consists of the inhabitants (U.S. Some of these people mistakenly believe that they may lose their citizenship and naturalization by living outside of the country for an extended period of time, but this is not true.
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Between December 24, 1952 and October 4, 1978. A citizen of the United States is a corporate citizen, with corporate status, created by the corporation called United States, and is acting as their agent for the purpose of collecting revenue. However, at the time the parent becomes naturalized, the child must have a green card, be under the age of 18, and living with the naturalized parent in order to take advantage of these laws. Corporations are examples of artificial persons. So the federal corporation United States, that pertains to the public affairs of a people, would be a municipal e federal government pertains to the affairs of its sovereign people.