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RENUNCIATION OF U.S. CITIZENSHIP

If you are a U.S. citizen, and you are also a citizen of another country, you have the option of giving up your rights and obligations as a U.S. citizen. The emigration attorneys of Ferman Law help people with dual nationality renounce U.S. citizenship.

Americans renounce U.S. citizenship for a variety of reasons. Such reasons are often very personal. Remember as a U.S. citizen you have a right to renounce U.S. citizenship. However, this is a serious and irrevocable act.

Renunciation for Employment Reasons

We represented a client who was offered a job with the British Ministry of Defence. Renouncing U.S. citizenship was a precondition of the job. We helped him through the process.

We have also represented children who acquired U.S. citizenship because one of their parents was an American expatriate living abroad. Many of these people have never lived in the U.S. and have no ties to the country other than through descent. Their dual citizenship becomes an unnecessary complication in their lives.

We can help you renounce U.S. citizenship and release you from your obligations to the United States. However, before you can take the oath of renunciation, you must file tax returns with the Internal Revenue Service for the previous five years.

Few American-based immigration law firms have experience with renunciation of citizenship and most British solicitors cannot help you with these issues. To discuss your case with a law firm experienced in the legal process of renouncing U.S. citizenship, please call our London telephone number: 0207 499 5702.

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