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April 26, 2011


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haven't you heard, the blogosphere is self-correcting! so there's no need for actual corrections, those things just write themselves by magic.

I read the state department text of the proposed change and though it was only to be used in those types of cases, I still thought it was an overly onerous amount of info to ask. I submitted a comment. The state department has not finalized this rule. I believe it is too onerous and that many of the questions are not germane to determining the person's claim of citizenship. I also think it is not the State Dept's job to maintain such info on citizens. I used to be a foreign service officer though I was not a consular officer, I have had a bit of training and had to do a training tour at a visa desk, didn't deal much with US citizens and passport issues though.

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