Process for Joining Your State Assembly
Come Home To The Land and Soil
Read this entire page to better understand your options and the process for correcting your status.
When you are ready to join the Missouri Assembly, you will need to complete the 1779 Naturalization Act to correct your status and get yourself back on the Land and Soil. The proper documents can be found on our Downloads page.
After completion of the 1779 Naturalization Act paperwork, many people choose to complete the 928 Documents once they understand the benefits of correcting their status to American State National. The 928 document set provides ‘Full-Armor’ protection after you reclaim your American birthrights. See our Downloads page
The Missouri Assembly also provides detailed video instructions and reasoning behind each form needed to change your status, along with auto-fill Document Software to assist you in completion of your paperwork. However, we do charge a fee.
This fee helps us with our community education and outreach programs. The fee is $100.00, one time charge. Please consider the purchase of our helpful document auto-fill software. Help us help others to find their way back home.
Correcting Your Political Status
Our Federal Subcontractors forced their citizenship(s) on us as separate political statuses. They created false registrations for us as fictitious “persons” by fraudulently converting our birth certificates to Bonds (IOU’s) when we were newborn babies. As a result, we were misrepresented as Territorial U.S. Citizens and as Municipal “citizens of the United States” (both are fictions) without our awareness or consent.
The good news is that there is a way to correct your falsified status. You can walk away from their scam by properly declaring your political status using the American States Assembly 1779 or 928 processes. By declaring your proper birthright status, recording it, and joining your State Assembly, you are setting yourself apart as a man or woman on the land-and-soil, and accepting your Public Duty, which is to uphold the Constitutions and the Public Law.
1779 Naturalization Act
The 1779 Naturalization Act is a streamlined process for correcting your political status. It is referred to as the One Page Declaration or the “one-pager”. This “one-pager” actually requires three (3) documents to be completed and a photo copy of your birth certificate. It’s a simplified process handled by The State Assembly Coordinator. It is similar to how our Forefathers identified themselves as Americans back in the 1700’s.
The 928 Process
The 928 method provides more protection than the 1779 Declaration. It is strongly advised that you take your time and carefully complete all your 928 documents. Learn what they mean as well as how you can use them, if and when you need them. Doing your due diligence while going through the 928 process will be more efficient and more cost-effective if you focus on getting the documents done correctly the first time. A new process will be forthcoming that will help make completing the 928 document set more efficient and more consistent. To learn more about the 928 documents please follow this (928 Documents Link)