Undated letters to State seeking Guyanese citizenship


U.S. Department of State
Washington, D.C.

Dear Sirs:

This letter is to advise you that recently I have made application for citizenship in the Cooperative Republic of Guyana. I wish to inform you that it is not my intention, by making this application, to renounce my U.S. citizenship. On the contrary, it is my intention to retain my U.S. citizenship, and to return to the United States at some future time. I am merely taking advantage of certain provisions of the laws of Guyana which would permit dual citizenship because I believe that it is in my best personal interest to do so.

Very truly yours,
/s/ Deborah Touchette
Deborah Touchette

cc: Mr. Richard McCoy
U.S. Consul
Georgetown, Guyana,
South America

P-1-D-6 and D-7 are identical letters signed by Paula Adams and Janice Wilsey

P-1-D-8 through P-1-D-10: duplicate of P-1-D-5 through P-1-D-7