Comments for A Guide To Relinquishing or Renouncing U.S. Citizenship – RenunciationGuide.com http://www.renunciationguide.com Because, U.S. citizenship is a problem to be solved Sun, 04 Dec 2016 16:46:26 +0000 hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.2.1 Comment on Citizenship-based Taxation: International Comparison by Almaz /citizenship-taxation-and-expatriation-background-and-history/citizenship-based-taxation-international-comparison/#comment-1051 Sun, 04 Dec 2016 16:46:26 +0000 http://renunciationguide.wordpress.com/?page_id=14#comment-1051 this “then your relatives in Eritrea will be severely harassed, beaten and imprisoned” is not true. It is true you will be deprived of any government services.

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Comment on Rights after expatriation by Sandro Studer /expatriation-process/rights-after-expatriation/#comment-1047 Fri, 25 Nov 2016 09:27:23 +0000 http://renunciationguide.wordpress.com/?page_id=10#comment-1047 we where discriminated in Switzerland by our Banks to the Point when the U.S. Cititzenship became a threat to our Family. There where no Support from the current ambassador and we never avoided one singe Dollar in taxes. So living abroad as a dual Cititzen ist very hard. And no we are not rich nor does anyone of us one a bank or works for one. My wife was Born in the us and the history of her Family goes back a Long time, those are the ones that funded and developed the us afterall. The US Government and Administration destroys Bridges to other nations and have no clue what Kind of damage they are doing. And to finish it up it hurts even the us itself as I work for a large international Company that has branches in the us as well, it is very hard to find staff that will go to the us for know how Transfer. And so we can not create an hire the cuantity of us staff that we shold. At the end no one wins everything but all loosing, as we did our cititzenship.

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Comment on Rights after expatriation by jeff /expatriation-process/rights-after-expatriation/#comment-511 Sat, 26 Mar 2016 00:55:44 +0000 http://renunciationguide.wordpress.com/?page_id=10#comment-511 Yes it is quite likely every sound citizen of innocent standing will heartily submit to a 10 digit finger printing and 9 digit photograph, why not! We need to protect ourselves from ourselves ofcourse. Do tell me, Of what consequence is this to an expatriate? Secondly if they are denouncing their citizenship, why do think they are doing it? Could it be because they have no intention to ever come back??

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Comment on Rights after expatriation by jeff /expatriation-process/rights-after-expatriation/#comment-509 Sat, 26 Mar 2016 00:50:58 +0000 http://renunciationguide.wordpress.com/?page_id=10#comment-509 Go Back to sleep ,

Oh heaven help one if they lost their God given Right of being protected by the U.S. overseas. Are we sure that would not be the regain of most of one’s rights? But what would haunt me most of all, would ofcourse be the right that matters most, not having the ability to vote in a fixed election for one who hardly ever does what they say , or says what they have done, because if I am an expatriate, one of my unconditional priorities is voting for someone in a nation I no longer live in. It indeed is a good thing we here are informed of these grave losses, because otherwise one would have no idea at all.

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Comment on Rights after expatriation by jeff /expatriation-process/rights-after-expatriation/#comment-508 Sat, 26 Mar 2016 00:49:08 +0000 http://renunciationguide.wordpress.com/?page_id=10#comment-508 What citizen born and living in America exercises a right to live and work now?

Ofcourse we all really exercise our right to work, or labor in the United States. Simply disregard and never question for a single second of being hampered and inundated with the imposition of governmental forms and tax contractions upon the condition to procure, or secure employment in the country you were born and lived your entire life in, or that 9 digit numerical number that your required to provide, or drug screenings, background checks, credit checks, polygraphs, fingerprinting, not to mention 3 forms of VALID state issued ID to PROVE you are, who you claim to be ofcourse. Thats all simply in place to PROTECT and ensure your FREE exercise of your right to work. If one told me this is how one is to be treated as an expatriate, Id be induced to never deny it.

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Comment on Renunciation: Step by step by Daniel Hamann /expatriation-process/renunciation-step-by-step/#comment-467 Fri, 04 Mar 2016 17:37:49 +0000 http://renunciationguide.wordpress.com/?page_id=8#comment-467 I renounced at a U.S. Consulate General in Germany and was given no option for return of my cancelled U.S. Passport/delivery of my CLN other than registered mail, for which I was instructed to provided a stamped, self-addressed envelope.

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Comment on Analyzing Your Tax Situation If you Expatriate by joan /expatriation-and-tax-details-of-current-law/analyzing-your-tax-situation-if-you-expatriate/#comment-381 Wed, 27 Jan 2016 19:11:52 +0000 http://renunciationguide.wordpress.com/?page_id=28#comment-381 A friend has renounce us citizen in 2011 after filling all appropriate forms and pay last taxes.
swiss citizen pay taxes in that country until today

now would lik to re establish fiscal residence in the us as a swiss retiree w7 1040?

is there any issue for that?

still has a ss #
thanks

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Comment on Exit tax on renunciants by Xavier /expatriation-and-tax-details-of-current-law/exit-tax-on-renunciants/#comment-338 Sun, 24 Jan 2016 16:26:17 +0000 http://renunciationguide.wordpress.com/?page_id=26#comment-338 From what I understand, the exit tax exemption applies as follows: “There is only one exception for adults. If you received citizenship of both the U.S. and some other country at birth, if you continue to hold the citizenship of that country, if you are taxed as a resident of that country, AND if you have been a resident of the U.S. for no more than 10 of the 15 years prior to renouncing U.S. citizenship, you’re exempted from the exit tax provision.”

But what happens in the case where the person born in the US is also a citizen of another country by birth (and still is a citizen of that country), has not lived in the US for over 35 years, is compliant in regards to the US tax, and is officially a resident of A THIRD country? Is the person still exempt from the exit tax?

Thanks.

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Comment on Renunciation: Step by step by Kristien Garrett /expatriation-process/renunciation-step-by-step/#comment-192 Fri, 01 Jan 2016 18:56:17 +0000 http://renunciationguide.wordpress.com/?page_id=8#comment-192 I have a question. I am in a situation to where my parents moved to Israel when I was a baby and claimed that they renounced their citizenship to the U.S. does this mean that I am not a citizen of the U.S.? I read that parents cannot renounce their childrens citizenship, but does this go in my situation, I never would have done that if I was older. Now I am 23 and would like to come back to the U.S. and live.

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Comment on Renunciation: Step by step by Leonard Campaigne /expatriation-process/renunciation-step-by-step/#comment-191 Wed, 16 Dec 2015 14:56:12 +0000 http://renunciationguide.wordpress.com/?page_id=8#comment-191 I will gladly provide the file to this board or any individual – it is free of charge and free to distribute as declared by the original author. Casey should not be charging for it! If the Admin wishes to have the file for archiving, I will be happy to provide it.

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