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Wherein I pimp the CalCPA International Tax Conference and tell covered expatriates something depressing
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Today I received an email from a correspondent who is a recent expatriate. He reports a sobering experience at the hands of our trusted servants at the border. With permission (and identifying information anonymized with [ALL CAPS]): Hi Phil, I much appreciate your newsletter. Now I have a question that may be of wider interest. […]
A correspondent tells me that the Edinburgh Consulate will now process renunciations. Since this is a new venue, the wait times should be better than elsewhere.
Note from Phil: this is the tenth episode of The Expatriation Chronicles, in which we follow the renunciation process from start to finish with a 17-year old Irish girl who is an Accidental American. Episode 1 (Phil’s introduction) Episode 2 (A’s introduction – why she wants to renounce her U.S. citizenship) Episode 3 (What to do […]