U.S. gov't publishes near-record list of quarterly renunciants' names in spite of Covid-19 lockdown

The U.S. government on Thursday published its second-largest-ever quarterly list of names of Americans who have renounced their citizenships – in spite of the fact that the processing of renunciations by U.S. consulates and embassies around the world has all but ceased, according to U.S. citizenship renunciation experts, who help dual citizens looking to give up their U.S. passports, and in some cases Green Cards, to do so.

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Sri Lankan politician, media join those asking questions about U.S. renunciation data

A Sri Lankan presidential candidate whose name failed to appear on the U.S. government's quarterly list of individuals who have renounced their citizenship is inadvertently drawing attention to a question many Americans and former Americans have been asking for years – which is why it can take months for renunciants' names to appear on the list. 

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The AXFNJ YouTube interview: The Federal Register's 'Name and Shame List' at a time of record renunciations

The AXFNJ YouTube interview: The Federal Register's 'Name and Shame List' at a time of record renunciations

The latest U.S. Government posting of the Internal Revenue Service's "Quarterly Publication of Individuals Who Have Chosen to Expatriate" brought total U.S. citizenship renunciations in 2020 a record high of...

Feb-11-2021