1,426 Individuals Give Up Passport: Record Number of U.S. Citizens Renouncing: Quarter 3 for 2015

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The government announced on October 27, 2015 that a record number of U.S. citizens, for the quarter renounced.  These 1,426 former U.S. citizens combine for the year to equal more than 3,200 former citizens for the three quarters.  The last year Chart of Trends - US Citizenship Renunications Qtr 3 - 2015annual record of former citizens of just more than 3,400 will soon be broken by the end of the year.

All of the names of the individuals are reported at the Federal Register: Quarterly Publication of Individuals, Who Have Chosen To Expatriate, as Required by Section 6039G

See prior posts New Record of U.S. Citizens Renouncing – The New Normal, dated February 10, 2015.

Also, see the recent article in CNN Money, A record 1,426 Americans return their passports

One thought on “1,426 Individuals Give Up Passport: Record Number of U.S. Citizens Renouncing: Quarter 3 for 2015

    Dani Küttel (@SwissTechie) said:
    October 30, 2015 at 11:56 pm

    It is sad that U.S. citizens must renounce U.S. citizenship to protect themselves from U.S. government crimes. FATCA’s birthplace indicia violates U.S. federal laws prohibiting national origin discrimination.

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