***PLEASE READ BELOW FOR INSTRUCTIONS***
Our recording services are available for Moors that are subscribed to this website only. Subscription is free! To subscribe, click the link below:
The below 'Recording Services' are for Moors that are looking for aid and assistance in completing their written nationalization process.
To complete your recording service(s) request we will need your free national name, the STRAWMAN NAME, and your mailing location. Please specify the recording service you are requesting as shown below (Service #1, 2, or #3). We accept payment via CashApp to: $LamontMauriceEl, or via QuickSilver (send request for instructions with QuickSilver payment). Send your request via email to:
***Please note*** Service #2 can only be completed in addition to Service #1. We cannot file stamp documents once they are sent out, or documents that we did not sign and seal.
Service #1 -To have your nationalization documents ('Legal Notice' and 'Judicial Proclamation') printed, signed and sealed by the Office of the Consul General and mailed to you (without filing)
Cost: $50 (plus $10 for shipping)
Service #2 -To have your nationalization documents filed in the records of Morocco Consular Court and returned to you with a filed date stamp (in addition to Service #1 above)
Cost: Additional $20 along with Service #1
Service #3 -To have your nationalization documents published on our website for 4 weeks as 'Public Notice' and receive a receipt via email regarding the publication
Total for all 3 above recording services = $160
Click the below link to review the 'Declare Your Nationality' page where your nationalization documents will be posted as 'Public Notice':
What makes a valid 'PUBLIC NOTICE'?
There are four elements that mark a valid 'public notice':
1. The notice must be published from an independent party;
2. The publication must be archivable;
3. The publication must be accessible; and
4. The publication must be verifiable.
Why record in Consular Court and make public?
Your 'Legal Notice' and 'Judicial Proclamation' is a written declaration of your nationality / citizenship. When your written declaration is made on the public record before the world, this act constitutes the first essential of 'due process of law' called "Notice" (see Black's Law Dictionary, 5th Edition, page 449, 'Due process of law').
All documents filed in the records of Consular court can be entered into a (colorable) case or docket in the records of a foreign venue (de facto court) as evidence being given 'full faith and credit' under consular jurisdiction in the records of the foreign state pursuant to Article IV, section 4 of the Constitution for the United States of North America, and pursuant to your treaty secured rights under Articles 20 and 21 of the Treaty of Peace and Friendship of 1836 between the United States of North America and the Moroccan Empire.
Several examples of our records in Morocco Consular Court being filed and certified in the records of several foreign STATE venues by Moorish American nationals and given 'full faith and credit' in each state can be found by clicking on the link below:
These 'stare decisis' records are for study and public scrutiny, as we are aiming to get our people to give their full faith and credit to consular jurisdiction for the protection of their secured birth-rights. Our records also prove that all foreigners on this land are fully aware of and are bound to consular jurisdiction under international treaty law.
Therefore, we offer the service of recording your nationalization documents into our records to be filed, certified and published for the public record.