SOCIAL SECURITY – GREAT LAKES PROGRAM SERVICE CENTER – NOTICE OF SLAVERY AWARD:
The word ‘DECISION’ is defined as the act of deciding a question or a claim by giving a judgment; it is a conclusion made with firmness of mind, and it describes a determination reached or given. Social Security Administration, Great Lakes Program Service Center made a “DECISION” and sent a Notice of Award on August 16, 2014 and revised it on October 13, 2016. This Historical Decision overturns the Emancipation Proclamation made by the US President Abraham Lincoln to abolish Slavery in the United States.
The Notice of Award communicated the ‘Decision’, the Determination, or Conclusion reached by Social Security Administration(SSA), Great Lakes Program Service Center, Harold Washington Social Security Center, 600 West Madison Street, Chicago IL 60661-2474 on August 16, 2014 and on October 13, 2016.
1. The Decision approved the applicant’s Claim for Monthly Retirement Benefit and the entitlement date is October 2014. The applicant’s current monthly benefit rate of $1347.80 is changed to $1,508.60 as of January 2016. However, the Decision is silent or mute for it shares no fact or information that guides the Decision-making process and it fails to establish the legal basis and information that shapes this judgment. For reasons of fairness, clarity and to ensure practice of the principle called ‘Equal Protection Under Law’, the Decision must explain the legal basis for this approval. The Decision must disclose US Law that provides authority or sanctioning power to arrive at the Decision that grants the approval of the Claim for Social Security Retirement Insurance Benefit.
2. The Part-2 of the above Decision states that the Department cannot pay the Monthly Benefit of the Retirement Insurance Plan. It must be noted that the Social Security Retirement Insurance Plan stands on support of two pillars; 1. The Contributions made by Employee and his Employer as mandated by the Federal Insurance Contributions Act or FICA, and 2. The age of the Plan Subscriber; the Subscriber is paid Monthly Benefit after attaining a predetermined qualifying age called the ‘full retirement age’. All employees working in the US are required by the Federal Law to subscribe to this SSA Retirement Insurance with or without immigration status. For example, US citizen who may not have earned enough ‘Credits’ and who may not have reached the qualifying age( currently at 66-years), is not eligible to apply for this Retirement Benefit. The Rules for Lawful Presence in the US do not establish the eligibility criteria to subscribe and contribute to the Social Security Public Trust Fund. These Rules for Lawful Presence in the US make distinction between the US citizens and other US residents. However, the Supreme Law that governs the lives of all individuals physically present in the country is the Constitution of the United States.
THE LEGAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE NOTICE OF AWARD, DATE. AUGUST 16, 2014 AND OCTOBER 13, 2016:
I am asking my readers to behold the Senior Alien who has to live and experience consequences of the Notice of Award sent by Harold Washington Social Security Center. A number of provisions in the US Code target the problems of Involuntary Servitude, Slavery, and Forced Labor. These provisions are contained in Chapter 77 of Title 18. Section 1581 prohibits using force, the threat of force, or the threat of legal coercion to compel a person to work against his/her will. Section 1584 of Title 18 makes it unlawful to hold a person in a condition of Slavery, that is a condition of compulsory service or labor against his/her will by use of actual force, threats of force, or threats of legal coercion. Section 1584 also prohibits compelling a person to work against his will by creating a “Climate of Fear” through the use of force, the threat of force, or the threat of legal coercion( i.e., if you don’t work, I’ll call the Immigration officials) which is sufficient to compel service against a person’s will. Section 1589 deals with Forced Labor and it broadens the definition of the kinds of coercion that might result in Forced Labor, whoever knowingly provides or obtains the labor or services of a person. 1. By threats of serious harm to or physical restraint against that person or another person, 2. By means of any scheme, plan, or pattern intended to cause the person to believe that if the person did not perform such labor or services, that person or another person would suffer serious harm or physical restraint; or 3. By means of the abuse or threatened abuse of Law or the Legal Process.
The Notice of Award violates the provisions contained in Chapter 77 of Title 18 US Code. Social Security Administration is using the force of its authority over payment of Monthly Retirement Benefit to legally coerce the Senior Alien to perform labor against his will while he still lives in the US. The Decision not to pay the Monthly Benefit creates a “Climate of Fear” and the applicant is told that he has no legal right to his property or earnings from laboring in the US. If this Decision is upheld, the Senior Alien will be forced to live in condition named Slavery for the Government Agency has the power to withhold the Senior Alien’s property or financial assets invested in the Social Security Public Trust Fund. In other words, the Notice of Award communicates a Decision causing demise of the Emancipation Proclamation that abolished Slavery in the US.
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