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FCUSA:  Active Members
1553
2030
2210
2223
2452
2463
2520
2545
2622
2629
2720
2733
2737
2759
2765
2780

2920
3010
3121
3233
3432

3620
3660
3730
3760
3780
3820
3860
4123
4232
4431
4620
4940
5220
5450
5720
6300
6600
8000
10100

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FCUSA: (light seekers)  
2120
2340
2356
2510
2531
2620
2660
2760
2774
2880
2922
2927
3143
3151
3160
3260
3320
3442
3562
3761
3860
3930
5000
5110
5150
5220
5310
5541
5732
5931
6220

6440
6810
7405
7620
8320
8630
8800
10200

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USA:         
 
757
1320
1475
1594
1696
1697
1750
1775
1832
1838
1940
1946
1952
1974
1985
1996
2130
2210
2321
2510
2718

2820
2930
3300
3320
3337
3357
3430
3623
3822
4010
4150
4331
4510
4905
5320
6510
6810
7200
8300

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Canada: 
  
724
1310
1464
1501
1630
1631
1740
1771
1810
1815
1920
1922
1926
1946
1951
1956
2120
2220
2310
2511
2730

2830
2920
3100
3130
3145
3195
3270
3434
3611
3810
4120
4403
4610
5020
5210
5620
5860
6400
8100

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World:    
 
766
1345
1637
1662
2150
2230
2410
2431
2520
2532
2630
2636
2643
2654
2662
2665
2820
3000
3120
3313
3532
3760
3820
4000
4110
4132
4321
4620
4932
5221
5410
5650
5820
6320
6611
7300
8400
9000
9800
10200

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% of human hearts open: 65%
% of hearts fully open:     50%
% of human minds open: 55%
% of minds fully open:     44%


Human Earthplane:    4.1
FCUSA Members:       4.1
FCUSA Lightseekers: 4.2

Self Belief: 45%       Creator Belief: 65%
Self Love:  55%       Creator Love:  70%
Self Trust: 40%
        Creator Trust: 65%
Self-respect:
45%
    Creator Respect: 55%
 

Evolution Scale:
6th Dimension
6.0 - 6.12

5th Dimension
5.0 - 5.12
4th Dimension

4.0 - 4.12

3rd Dimension

3.0 - 3.12


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Jeshua

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 Passport - Visa 

Your Passport: Don't Leave Home Without It

Why you need one?now, more than ever?and how to protect it from harm.
At first glance, a U.S. passport is just a little booklet, about the size of a pocket notebook, a slim binding of heavy, baby-blue paper. But with this tiny document, you can visit almost any nation on Earth, earning approving nods from customs officials and collecting exotic stamps, one border post at a time. With a few notable exceptions?such as Cuba and North Korea?a U.S. passport is respected in almost every harbor and airport on the globe.

And recently, with the tightening of Homeland Security, your passport isn't just a ticket to places?it's your ticket back. If you're finally taking that romantic trip to Europe or you've bought tickets for an Asian adventure, your passport is mandatory for travel to most foreign countries. And beginning on Jan. 23, 2007, the document will become even more essential for zipping around North America. The Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative will require that anyone who takes a flight to Canada, Mexico or the Caribbean must have a passport or other approved identity card.

Such a powerful document needs protection?these days especially. Identity theft is a constant danger, and the last thing anyone wants is his or her name attached to gun-running or international fraud. More important, your passport is the most effective proof that you are, in fact, you. A passport makes life very easy, but a stolen passport can make life very, very hard. If you've never had a passport before, here are some tips on how to obtain one, how to carry it, and what to do if?heaven forbid?someone nabs it while you're leaning over a table of souvenirs.

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How to get a passport

If you've never applied for a passport, the process can be intimidating?after all, it's not often you're dealing with the U.S. Department of State. Really, though, it's pretty straightforward: First, you have to get an official passport photo of yourself. This can be done in lots of places: Camera stores, pharmacy chains, FedEx Kinko's outlets?any company outfitted to develop film is usually authorized to take a passport photo. Next, you have to track down a copy of your birth certificate, fill out your passport application (inelegantly called the DS-11), and turn in your materials along with the $97 fee at the nearest passport facility (http://iafdb.travel.state.gov). Do this as soon as you can?it can take several weeks, sometimes longer, to receive your passport. You can request expedited service, but faster delivery costs an extra $60.

Getting a passport may seem like an annoying process, but there are no tests to pass, and adult passports are valid for 10 years?which means a full decade of carefree travel by air, sea and rental car.
 
Our neighbors to the north and south

Back in the old days (about six years ago), you could drive across the Canadian border with a smile and a driver's license. All you had to do was say, "I'm just on vacation," and "No firearms in the back, sir." In recent years, border guards have gotten a little nosier?sometimes even nasty?when travelers don't have a passport.

Well, it's about to get tougher: Starting on Jan. 8, 2007, it's imperative that you bring your passport on an airplane when traveling to Canada and Mexico. And starting as early as 2008 (the exact deadline depends on how quickly the departments of State and Homeland Security can meet requirements), you'll need a passport to cross any international border by land or sea.

Even now, make sure you have your ID out as you pull up to the border checkpoint. Once you reach that booth, your car is idling on foreign territory, and not having an ID can mean inspection, detention, hours of waiting and unpleasant questions. And when you come back to the U.S., it's the same story: You'll need a passport to re-enter the United States, even if you're a U.S. citizen. Notable exceptions to this rule are Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands; you'll need a valid I.D. to visit those countries, but a U.S. passport isn't required.

Applying for a visa

This is not the name of a credit card, but rather a special document in your passport that is required to visit some foreign countries. Most visas are multi-colored stickers pasted into one of the pages of your passport. Many nations don't require a visa, unless you plan to work there (which is a far more involved process). Most countries don't require U.S. travelers to obtain a visa (Japan, Canada, any member of the European Union), while other countries will not let you take one step into the airport without one (India, Brazil, Algeria). Still others may require additional documentation to clear customs (such as an International Certificate of Vaccination, or proof that you've purchased a return ticket). Places like Burundi can be very difficult to enter?you need three application forms, three photos, proof of a hotel reservation, and an official invitation. (Take that, non-Burundians.)

To obtain a visa for, say, India, look up the address of the nearest Indian consulate and give them a call. You can usually get a visa processed by mail, but if you're worried about sending your passport through the postal service, you may even apply in person at the embassy. Remember to carefully read the terms of your visa: A tourist visa doesn't entitle you to do any kind of paid labor, and each visa is valid for only a specific amount of time (in Burma it's 28 days, in Cambodia it's three months). Also check the expiration date on your passport?many nations won't accept you if your passport is due to expire within six months.

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