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    I am a producer working on a documentary about the naturalization process for a major cable network.

    We are currently seeking naturalized citizens -- or people who will become naturalized within the next few months -- who have intriguing backgrounds and fascinating stories. We want to find dynamic people who are willing to be filmed and share their experiences.

    Specifically we're interested in showing the various paths to citizenship including: Love, Asylum, Military Service, Extraordinary Ability, etc.

    Additionally we want to hear from individuals who who have been denaturalized, deported, renounced their American citizenship, or who are here illegally and want nothing more to become citizens.

    This is an apolitical film that will not go in to issues of legislation or policy. Our goal is to clearly show the audience what the experience of naturalization is, stage by stage, through the eyes and words of those who are going (or have been) through it.

    If any one jumps to mind who you think might be a good fit for our project, please give us a call at 718-222-1776 or email us at naturalized@flickerflacker.com .

    Thank you.
    Meg Bradsky
    naturalized@flickerflacker.com

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    I am a producer working on a documentary about the naturalization process for a major cable network.

    We are currently seeking naturalized citizens -- or people who will become naturalized within the next few months -- who have intriguing backgrounds and fascinating stories. We want to find dynamic people who are willing to be filmed and share their experiences.

    Specifically we're interested in showing the various paths to citizenship including: Love, Asylum, Military Service, Extraordinary Ability, etc.

    Additionally we want to hear from individuals who who have been denaturalized, deported, renounced their American citizenship, or who are here illegally and want nothing more to become citizens.

    This is an apolitical film that will not go in to issues of legislation or policy. Our goal is to clearly show the audience what the experience of naturalization is, stage by stage, through the eyes and words of those who are going (or have been) through it.

    If any one jumps to mind who you think might be a good fit for our project, please give us a call at 718-222-1776 or email us at naturalized@flickerflacker.com .

    Thank you.
    Meg Bradsky
    naturalized@flickerflacker.com

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      <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Meg Bradsky:
      I am a producer working on a feature-length documentary about the naturalization process for a major cable network.

      We are currently seeking naturalized citizens -- or people who will become naturalized within the next few months -- who have intriguing backgrounds and fascinating stories. We want to find dynamic people who are willing to be filmed and share their experiences.

      Specifically we're interested in showing the various paths to citizenship including: Love, Asylum, Military Service, Extraordinary Ability, etc.

      Additionally we want to hear from individuals who who have been denaturalized, deported, renounced their American citizenship, or who are here illegally and want nothing more to become citizens.

      This is an apolitical film that will not go in to issues of legislation or policy. Our goal is to clearly show the audience what the experience of naturalization is, stage by stage, through the eyes and words of those who are going (or have been) through it. We're also looking to interview experts on naturalization (ideally, people who have themselves been naturalized).

      If any one jumps to mind who you think might be a good fit for our project, please give us a call at 718-222-1776 or email us at naturalized@flickerflacker.com .

      Thank you. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

      Now if a person is denaturalized or deported, obviously they are no longer in the country. At least we all hope so. In that event, how would you interview that person?
      If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans

      Democrats - Brave enough to KILL our unborn, just NOT our ENEMIES!

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      • #4
        We could work something out for the right person - if it seemed like a good fit.
        Meg Bradsky
        naturalized@flickerflacker.com

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        • #5
          I will be awaiting the Documentary and story's from the victims of immigration fraud. maybe one day???
          USC and Legal, Honest Immigrant Alike Must Fight Against Those That Deceive and Disrupt A Place Of Desirability! All Are Victims of Fraud, Both USC and Honest Immigrant Alike! The bad can and does make it more difficult for the good! Be careful who y

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