Will 2015 Be a Record Year for Citizenship Renunciations?

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The First Quarter of 2015 saw a large number of published names of former U.S. citizens:  1,335 total for the first quarter.

In addition, the second quarter saw a total of 460, for a Expatriates US citizens renounced chart through 2014cumulative total for the year (mid way through the year of 1,795).  At this pace, the year 2015 could be a slight record of U.S. citizenship renunciations compared to the record year of 2014.

See,  New Record of U.S. Citizens Renouncing – The New Normal

The names of each citizen can be located in the list published in the Federal Register.

There are a number of key considerations and strategic decisions that most all U.S. citizens need to consider prior to renouncing citizenship.  See, for instance –

 U.S. Citizens Overseas who Wish to Renounce without a Social Security Number will Necessarily be a “Covered Expatriate”

The “Hidden Tax” of Expatriation – Section 2801 and its “Forever Taint.”US Passport

Can the U.S. Federal Government Bar Entry into the U.S. to a U.S. Citizen without a U.S. Passport?

Global Entry, SENTRI and NEXUS after Renouncing – the “Trusted Traveler Programs” – SAFE TRAVELS!

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