GoneAwol, you asked . . .
Can I ask you why, although you direct people to serve God and Christ alone and not an organisation or man, you will allow them to be baptized into an organisation that has the following oaths at point of baptism?
The short answer is, I don't.
There is only one recent example I can refer to (this comes with the acknowledgment that the majority of my studies have not progressed to baptism; this is typical though for studies). A young man I studied with wanted to get baptized. We had studied for about a year, and he was aware of the issues with the Society, the Governing Body, etc. He completely embraced the distinction between the Family of brothers and sisters versus the Watchtower Society. To his credit also, he was very self-informed not only about Jehovah's Witnesses but also about the many traditions within Christendom. It also helps that my congregation is filled with incredible brothers and sisters, a number of whom are fellow dissidents, who are wonderful demonstrations of balanced faith in the midst of stormy times.
And so the time came for me to discuss with him what his baptism at the Circuit Assembly would look like. This included examining the problem of the current baptism formula imposed by the Watchtower Society. It is a formula I reject. He did as well. And then he of all people came up with an idea that I hadn't ever considered: baptize him privately before the C.A. While I wasn't immediately convinced this was entirely necessary (since Jehovah isn't bound by man-made formulas, but instead knows the heart of the one being baptized), I agreed to do it (and largely because, per Acts 8:36-38, it was not my place to prevent him).
And so after much prayer, and in the presence of an older brother and sister (a dissident couple), I baptized him privately in the name of the Father, Son, and holy spirit. The four of us later celebrated with a meal together.
When the time came for the Circuit Assembly, he underwent the immersion into water, but he did so having never said "Yes" to the two questions asked of the baptism candidates from the platform. This he did at his own insistence, for his own reasons, and under no pressure or influence from me.
Private baptisms are not new. It has been happening for decades in lands where the preaching work is banned. But this was the first (and so far only) "dual immersion" I had ever known of or been part of, though I suspect this is not the first time something like this has been done.