Never Been Done in Individual Cases
US Turns Down Morgan Citizenship Request
WASHINGTON, Sept. 4 (AP)—The request of William Morgan, Major in the
Cuban Armed Forces, that he be permitted to continue in the service without
losing his citizenship, was refused.
A spokesman of the State Department said that since
January Morgan had asked special authorization, through the United States
Embassy in Havana, to continue in the service without losing his citizenship.
The law stipulates that loss when nationals of this country serve another
Morgan was informed that although special authorization can be granted, it had never been done in individual cases and it would not be done in his.