updated 10:26 PM CEST, Jul 6, 2020

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‘Policy concerns’ feared to weigh in pending UK FATCA challenge ruling

Last Wednesday, the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) announced that it expects imminently to issue its decision in a closely-watched challenge over data protection violations that a U.S.-born, UK-resident complainant alleges have resulted from the way HMRC has forwarded her personal information to the U.S., in compliance with that country’s…

Latest ACA TaxCast: Kostelanetz & Fink LLP’s Caroline Ciraolo

 In the latest of its new TaxCast series of podcasts, launched at the end of March, the American Citizens Abroad features an interview with Caroline Ciraolo, a partner of Kostelanetz & Fink LLP, a U.S. law firm, as well as a former acting assistant attorney general of the U.S. Department of…

Canada's Andrew Scheer not renouncing U.S. citizenship after all: reports

Last year, while campaigning as the Canadian Conservative Party's candidate to unseat Justin Trudeau as prime minister, Andrew Scheer was revealed to have dual U.S./Canadian citizenship that he'd acquired as a result of his father having been born in the United States, but he insisted that he was in the…

American Citizens Abroad podcast: Families in Global Transition's Dawn Bryan

"Families in global transition" are the subject of this month's American Citizens Abroad podcast, which went live this week. The podcast features a chat with Dawn Bryan, pictured left, the president of an organization by that name – Families in Global Transition (FIGT) – who discusses with ACA podcast interviewer "Michelle" some…
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