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Really the only thing that is sure to save you is to tell the court they have no jurisdiction. And you can only do that if you have changed your status. Anything else, such as "the contract is not valid because I did not receive full disclosure", is only GIVING them jurisdiction. ANY ARGUMENT, gives them jurisdiction. If they did not have jurisdiction, you would not be arguing with them. If you have corrected your status you will have a letter from the US Attorney General to present them, by special appearance, and then the burden to prove jurisdiction is ENTIRELY upon the court. Failure to prove jurisdiction will result in a dismissal EVERY TIME.

An argument such as none disclosure of the full contract will be met with, "When did you learn of this? What LEGAL STEPS have you taken to remedy this since learning of such? Where are your records and other proof that you have taken steps to remedy this?" It will be followed by "Are you not aware that ALL statutes are made publicly available?"

You will need a defense to counter these questions. If you have already corrected your status then you need no defense, there is no argument. It becomes a matter of NO jurisdiction to even begin an argument.

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