updated 11:28 PM CEST, Mar 31, 2020

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Accidental Americans' Lehagre to Mike Pompeo: 'Reduce exorbitant U.S. expatriation fee'

Fabien Lehagre, the U.S.-born and France-resident president and founder of the Paris-based Accidental Americans Association, has called on U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to "drastically...reduce the costs associated with the renunciation procedure", in order that so-called accidental Americans could give up their U.S. citizenship if they wished to.
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DC tax law expert named to head up ACA's Global Foundation

Glen Frost, managing partner of Frost & Associates LLC, a Washington, DC-area tax law specialist with six offices in the greater District of Columbia/Maryland and Virginia area, has been named president of the American Citizens Abroad Global Foundation (ACAGF), the sister educational and research organization to American Citizens Abroad.
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Latest ACA podcast: Overseas Vote's Susan Dzieduszycka-Suinat

Susan Dzieduszycka-Suinat, who heads up the Washington, DC-based U.S. Vote Foundation and its initiative aimed at expats, Overseas Vote, is the subject of the American Citizens Abroad's latest monthly podcast, on topics of interest to Americans resident outside of the U.S.
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U.S. charges Russian bank exec over failure to pay expatriation tax

The U.S. Justice Department has formally charged a Russian billionaire currently resident in the UK with failing to pay a tax on his worldwide assets when he renounced his U.S. citizenship, days after his company's initial public offering in 2013, according to government documents and media reports.
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State Dept closes two renunciation-processing offices in Canada

The U.S. State Department has said it is no longer processing renunciations of U.S. citizenship in two Canadian cities, sparking concerns among dual citizens in the country that this will result in longer waiting times to renounce as well as added costs, due to the travel that may now be…
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Dems Abroad's Global‌ ‌Presidential Primary‌ ends Tuesday

The Democrats Abroad's Global Presidential Primary, which kicked off on March 3 ("Super Tuesday"), will wrap up this coming Tuesday, as expat Democrats  who live outside the U.S. turn out to support their candidate of choice to take on President Trump in November.
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