U.S. State Department has thus far denied my request for a travel papers as a state citizen!
Much of it do to the pressure and lies from Kasahun: Mulat [Kasahun Mulat], employed for at least six years at State Department.
Kasahun pressured me into adding (1) occupation (2) ’employer’ (3) a federal zip code.
Fortunately, I square-bracketed zip code and rescinded adding the ’employer’. They will try to use US Code definition of employer, which in essence means Federal Government as the employer, whereas I work for a private-sector employer.
I orally asked if all three are required for state citizens, and Kasahun said yes. Fortunately it’s all on video since all occurred at a clerk window of Washington Passport Agency.
Thinking back now, I should have resisted his pressure and just said the application stands as is, and should have not added anything, as David: Wright emphasizes in this rumble video. I thought visiting live would help, but now I realize that real-time interaction can lead to succumbing to their pressure.
Nonetheless, everything added was after the oath. I have since written letters to directors at State Dept rescinding the extra details and complaining of these attempts to move me into federal jurisdiction and out of state jurisdiction.
Since I still have not received the travel papers (aka portpass/passport), Kasahun and the rest of the U.S. State Department has blocked my unalienable right to travel.
I expect they will try to check for tax evasion even though I told them in writing I do not hold the office of citizen or resident of United States (the government). I also gave him and his woman counterpart or assistant a copy of the federal style guide listing the nationalities of the 50 united nation-states of the USofA union.
Stand firm and follow David’s directions, which are similar to STFU (shut the f up):
Read more about my troubling experience at Washington Passport Agency:
- Portpass agency knows ‘without United States’ option – Part 2 of State Dept Portpass experience
- Passport agency asks frivolous question about security number