- Posted July 22, 2012 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Statelessness. The most forgotten global human rights problem
Everyone that puts in their fair share, works hard, is honest and plays the game the way we’ve all agreed it should be played should have the ability to belong, to consider themselves part of a larger community of America. Stateless people in the United States are not exception.
As a stateless US resident I am still stuck in US territory of American Samoa since January after short four day holiday travel during New Year 2012, and waiting for the results of my humanitarian parole submitted to the Department of Homeland Security: