True Persons are those men and women existing within the metes and bounds of the Haldimand Tract (“Province”).
True Persons shall be identified by four (4) different categories:
- (i) Valid Registered Temporary Resident (True Person, temporary residency)
- (ii) Invalid Temporary Resident (True Person who has breached terms of temporary residency, or Inferior Person, without valid temporary or permanent residency)
- (iii) Valid Resident (Superior Person, permanent residency)
- (iv) Valid Foreign Alien (Valid True Person, valid temporary residency)
Registered Temporary Resident
A registered valid Temporary Resident (True Person, temporary residency) is any visitor to the Province for the purpose of business, recreation, further education or personal reasons, that is validly registered.
All visitors to the Province shall be required to be registered during the process of customs and immigration clearance upon arrival. All registered visitor visas shall have a time expiry based on the purpose of the visit. A visitor extending their stay in the country beyond the date of expiry of their visitor’s visa shall be liable for fine and immediate deportation.
Invalid Temporary Resident
An Invalid Temporary Resident (True Person who has breached terms of temporary residency, or Inferior Person, without valid temporary or permanent residency) is a True Person who has failed to leave at the expiry of their visitor’s visa or who have no valid paperwork at all. Invalid non-citizen temporary residents shall be liable for temporary detention prior to deportation.
A Resident is a valid Superior Person, born in the current Province; or who has obtained permanent residency having originally existed on sovereign territory of another Province or who after obtaining permanent residency has successfully applied for residency; and Has registered and published a valid Claim of Right.
A Foreign Alien is a True Person existing within the metes and bounds of a Province that has not registered and published a valid Claim of Right.