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International Expatriate
Movement (IEM)
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International Expatriate Movement (IEM) – Every
race on the planet have an Expatriate Program in
which each country protects their citizens where
ever they go (dual citizenship).  

December 27th, 2009, the UNIA-ACL Government
will start issue citizenship to the Government for our
people.  This ribbon cutting ceremony will take place
in Washington DC and a representation of Atlanta
Division 421 must be present.  

An Expatriate is an individual who is not living in his
country of origin but is known as an Expatriate.  As
an Expatriate, he maintains dual citizenship of the
country he is from and the one he resides in.  An
Expatriate is seen as an asset to the country where
he is from.  An Expatriate defends, promote, and
represent his land of origin.  

The International Expatriate Movement (IEM) is in
the full swing in which the marriage of UNIA-ACL
Citizenship and the diplomatic negotiations being
done now with the Parent Body of the Government
of the UNIA-ACL and each leader of the different
African countries.  Marcus Garvey taught that man
was a sovereign Lord.
UNIA-ACL
International Headquarters
1609 - 1611 Cecil B. Moore Ave
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19121

President General:
Senghor Jawara Baye

Phone:
215-236-0782

Email:
ldc@cbpm.org

Web:
www.cbpm.org/unia-ldc
www.myspace.com/unia-l
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www.cbpm.org/ldf
www.cbpm.org/unia-ldc
www.uniaacl.org
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UNIA-ACL Legal Defense Committee
Nov. 29th, 2009
with Co-Host Counsel General Faruq Muhammad
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