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4.8  of 1000+ reviews by Trustpilot   ✔ Tax returns for both US and abroad
4.8  of 1000+ reviews by Trustpilot   ✔ Tax returns for both US and abroad
4.8  of 1000+ reviews by Trustpilot   ✔ Tax returns for both US and abroad
4.8  of 1000+ reviews by Trustpilot   ✔ Tax returns for both US and abroad
4.8  of 1000+ reviews by Trustpilot   ✔ Tax returns for both US and abroad
4.8  of 1000+ reviews by Trustpilot   ✔ Tax returns for both US and abroad
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Expatriation

Renounce U.S. citizenship

Do you want to renounce your citizenship? We do not provide advice on this important, very personal, and irreversible decision. We can, however, share the experiences of others who have been in your shoes. And, of course, prepare your most recent tax return.

Renunciation

The act of renunciating one’s citizenship or nationality is known as expatriation. Expatriation is the voluntary act of giving up one’s US citizenship or nationality in the United States. This can be done for a number of reasons, including seeking citizenship in another country, avoiding taxes, or for personal reasons.

Get up to date with your US taxes

If you are not up to date on your US taxes, you should get them in order as soon as possible. When you cancel your citizenship, you declare to the IRS that you are in compliance. You must have been in compliance for at least five tax years prior to the year of cancellation.

The year of resignation is filed using a regular Form 1040 with the normal schedules by US persons filing from abroad, supplemented by a Form 1040NR (non residence) and a Form 8854. In this last form you deal with the IRS, you declare all your assets and depending on the value and your situation you pay exit tax.

Choose a professional CPA

Choose a professional who has experience with Form 8854, understands the rules, and can ensure that you file your most recent tax return correctly and on time. After three cards, the IRS can revisit this. If you do not file this last year properly, you will be taxed until this last year is filed properly.

Expats Overseas

Expats Overseas has a large network of CPAs with the necessary qualifications, experience, and cost-effective services. Contact us for a free and no-obligation discussion of your options.

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