House of Reps' Maloney and Salazar head up latest effort to bring Covid vaccines to expats

House of Representatives members Carolyn Maloney, a Democrat who represents a New York City district, and Maria Salazar, a Republican who represents a district in Miami, are sending what they're calling "a bipartisan letter to the U.S. Department of State, urging it to expand efforts to vaccinate the nine million Americans living abroad," and urging others to join them. 

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ACA continues call for 'vaccines for Americans abroad' as DC lawmakers also maintain pressure on Biden admin

As U.S. members of Congress have been reluctantly working in Washington this week to attend to urgent business – instead of taking the month off, as they normally would do this time year  many are reportedly also taking the opportunity to continue to press the Biden administration to provide Covid-19 vaccines to American expats who happen to live in certain far-flung parts of the world, where such vaccines are almost non-existent. 

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AXFNJ Podcast: Dems Abroad’s Rebecca Lammers discusses the ‘suffocating’ U.S. expat tax situation with AXFNJ’s Richardson

AXFNJ Podcast: Dems Abroad’s Rebecca Lammers discusses the ‘suffocating’ U.S. expat tax situation with AXFNJ’s Richardson

In 2010, when President Obama signed the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act into law – hidden inside a domestic jobs bill few still remember, called the HIRE Act – Rebecca Lammers had...

Dec-02-2022