Legal Citizenship Status
On April 23rd, 2017 we approved a legal state of global citizenship as a secondary status for people (natural human beings) that anyone who properly qualifies can petition for and receive as a member of our cooperative through a special program we have been developing in a formation with the United Nations and the Sustainable Development Goals through December of 2030. Our program is a pilot program being developed a Global Goals Action Campaign and is adapted for anyone who is involved locally or globally with the objectives and programs of the 2030 Agenda and international global resource conservation.
The application and legal process we created will be accessible to lifetime members in 2017, associates in 2018, and will be formatted and developed for the Internet and a public beta release that can be utilized by non-state actors, international non-governmental organizations, and intergovernmental institutions that are not actual states no later than by February of 2019, those who participate before this date will summarily be required to become acknowledged as primary stakeholders and participants in the Globcal International program with the United Nations.
The full citizenship adoption program is estimated to take approximately four to six months, applications must be completed within one-year from the date of initial application approval. The process includes all the legal forms and information to self-complete the legal process in your home or birth state before adopting your new status as a global (non-state) citizen and becoming fully qualified to receive an international credential.
Our product is an organized assertion of the rights each of us already have as individual human beings with the exception that we are presenting it under a current legal basis that is used to strictly recognize internationalists, exchange students, civil service workers, volunteers, indigenous peoples and those working with our specific programs, missions and projects.
Those who pay all the necessary fees and remittances will receive an international birth certificate, an international driver's license, legal apostilles of their titles and licenses, a homogulation record, an identity card, international e-residence in Malta and/or Estonia and an international credential (e-passport) assimilated with your current identity. The process is applied in steps, it is not unlike applying for citizenship in any given nation with extensive vetting replacing governmental bureaucracy based in our new approved system.
Each applicant is provided with a legal documentation packet once they submit their application and the appropriate fee for their country, fees vary depending on which nation you are applying from, it is the responsibility of the petitioner to have the required documents translated to English so they can be included in their citizenship credibility file. All final documents are generated in English and homogulated for the basic languages used by the United Nations.
The concept of global citizenship has been in the written record over the past 2500 years as cosmopolitanism. The ideals of cosmopolitanism, personal freedom, liberty, justice, humanity and the pursuit of sovereignty have kept the ideal of world, international or otherwise global citizenship in the minds of academics, philosophers and politicians for centuries, but much more so in the past 10 years.
Until now it has been hard to separate the person (natural man) from the nation-state as its subjective property because of Westphalian sovereignty and the ideals of Thomas Hobbes with the Law of Nations giving the state a sovereign position as the master. The entire legal system developed by each nation-state under their guiding principles and constitutions exist to consume, behold and retain their own people under distinct laws that are limited by its borders.
Attempts to replace the governmental authority or create freedom for its subject human capital have been met with little regard because they held no legal basis in the reality or were not authorized well enough legally to claim their own sovereignty.
It is a great concept to be born free in this world and be at liberty to roam it and do whatever you want to on it. Now we (people) can do just that by becoming global (non-state) citizens under the law using a legal process developed by our organization for those who genuinely understand their legal rights as a human being at liberty while not under the jurisdiction of their own nation. Being a "Global Citizen" is not as easy as just saying it nor is it a matter of wishful thinking, it is a legal state that can be acquired.
- You cannot become a global citizen by joining the Global Citizen program of
the Global Poverty Project, Inc.
The corporation who uses the ideal of global citizenship to promote charitable acts around the world from the convenience of their home. The Global Poverty Project is also a concert promoter and while they help many people living in poverty worldwide they do not offer or promote the ideal of actual global citizenship nor do they issue identification.
- You cannot become a world citizen by joining the World Government of the
WSA in Washington, DC.
The World Service Authority (WSA) issues a World Passport which is listed on the INTERPOL and European Union alert lists of 'Fantasy and Camouflage' passports, despite this it is accepted at some borders by the most unwary and less concerned border control agents. The organization that issues the passports is a non-profit corporate possession of the United States government, technically they have a great deal of validity in their effort but also as a subject of the state they cannot legally provide an authority as a government from within a government as its own corporation.
- You cannot become a Citoyenne mondiale because the OCU is a subject
corporation that belongs to France or perhaps a public charity that belongs to
The organization seeks to set up an internationally accepted assembly government (people's parliament) above it which has not yet come to power, it may depend on the fall the European Union and French governments to give into them.
There are approximately five other organizations and several small nations internationally that we have researched which provide international credentials including diplomatic passports and other travel documents however at best they are only for use between several countries.
When surveyed over 70% of university students today consider themselves global citizens.