Well, firstly, the first Orthodox Church on US soil was Greek.
Well, firstly, the first Orthodox Church on US soil was not Greek, it was Russian. And it was canonical served by canonical priests under a canonical Orthodox bishop, unlike the first Greek Churches (the latter point your friend the Phanar's First Secretary brought up a year or so ago).
Alaska was Russian soil before that.
LOL. And? And what of San Francisco?
Secondly, the Patriarch of Moscow has relinquished jurisdiction over most of his Orthodox Churches in North America. The current Tomos of Autocephaly of the OCA only gives it jurisdiction over most (but not all) of the Churches which were under the Russian Exarchate of the Metropolitanate of the Russian Orthodox Greek Catholic Church in America.
You have muddled two things here: the Russian Exarchate was abolished. The Metropolitinate was declared autocephalous.
The Tomos, however, grants no jurisdiction of the OCA over any other Orthodox Churches in North America other than most (but not all) of those of the Russian Exarchate, as well as those who later join it.
you left out the rest:
excepting the entire clergy, possessions and parishes enumerated in Paragraph 3, points a,b,c. http://www.oca.org/DOCtomos.asp?SID=12
Those "other Orthodox Churches in North America" are not included in those exceptions enumrated, which "shall be governed by the Most Holy Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia through one of his vicar bishops not having a title of the local American Church, especially appointed for this, and until such time as these parishes express their official desire to join the Autocephalous Church in America in the manner described below. The Moscow Patriarchate shall not lay claim to either spiritual or canonical jurisdiction over bishops, clergy and laymen of the Eastern Orthodox confession, or over parishes mentioned in Division 1, Paragraph 7, and by the present yields to the Metropolitanate, all jurisdiction to which she has laid claim on the above mentioned territory
(Paragraph 7); excepting the entire clergy, possessions and parishes enumerated in Para¬graph 3, points a,b,c." That includes defending those claims. Hence no reason to mention those "other Orthodox Churches" who spurned the canonical authority of Russia over its territory. Amazing as it may seem to you, the Russian Church acts and speaks on/to/for its Church in Estonia without reference to the Church run for the Phanar by the Cyprian Bishop from the Congo.
2. By “autocephaly,” which is confirmed in this decision, it is understood that the Autocephalous Orthodox Church in America shall:...d. enjoy all the authority, privileges and rights usually inherent in the term “autocephaly” in the canonical tradition of the Eastern Orthodox Church, including the right of preparing and consecrating Holy Chrism....
Confirming the Autocephaly of the Russian Orthodox Greek Catholic Church in America, we bless her to call herself The Holy Autocephalous Orthodox Church in America; we acknowledge and proclaim her our Sister Church, and we invite all local Orthodox Churches and their Primates and their faithful children to acknowledge her as such and to include her in the dyptichs in accordance with the Canons of the Church, the traditions of the Fathers and ecclesiastical practice
So the Tomos goes on to reference the "other Churches."
The newly-established local Orthodox Autocephalous Church in America should abide in brotherly relations with all the Orthodox Churches and their Primates as well as with their bishops, clergy and pious flock, who are in America and who for the time being preserve their de facto existing canonical and jurisdictional dependence on their national Churches and their Primates.
Nothing about de jure status, as the Tomos is the singular de jure instrument.
Which brings us to another problem, in that ROCOR joined the Moscow Patriarchate at the Rapprochement, therefore, according to the OCA's Tomos of Autocephaly, ROCOR in the USA should come under the jurisdiction of the OCA- yet it doesn't.
Answered in part by art. 10:
The Moscow Patriarchate shall not receive into its care in North America any clerics without written release or any parishes except parishes from uncanonical ecclesiastical organizations in Canada
So even the Patriarchate of Moscow now recognizes three different jurisdictions in North America which the MP itself has spawned and which have bishops in the same cities. If you are looking to the Moscow Patriarchate alone to resolve your country's jurisdictional mess, you will be sadly disappointed.
I'll take any Russian solution over any Phanariot "solution" any day. Btw:http://www.oca.org/DOCtomos.asp?SID=12
canon 8. Look at the final clause.