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Most of us don't think of citizenship as a product. It's something more: It's part of who you are. (Roger Ver in St. Kitts Interviewed)

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Rev. Al Sharpton told attendees at a Center for American Progress Action Fund event Thursday he would flee the country if Donald Trump won the election, in order to avoid being deported by Trump.

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Canadian entrepreneur, libertarian and anarcho-capitalist activist, Jeff Berwick is interviewed by Chuck Horton for Double Crossed Radio where he issues a dire warning to "get out of the U.S. by the end of the year."

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study polling American and emigrant adults found that 35 percent would consider leaving the US, according to TransferWise, an international money transfer company. The most popular reason for wanting to leave was to seek a better quality of life.

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Expatriation is an admittedly radical step. But it's the only way that a US citizen or Green Card holder can permanently disconnect from future tax obligations. And increasingly, it's the only way that a (former) American can "exist" outside

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To address this topic we've prepared for International Man readers a free report called The American Expatriation Guide--How to Divorce the US Government. This report will guide you through the process of renunciation in amazing detail.

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We've talked quite a bit in the past about the foreign oligarch demand-driven boom in Manhattan real estate prices and the dollar strength-induced bust in the market for luxury Miami condos.

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Glen Roberts renounced his citizenship a year and a half ago. To help others with the process he has written a book How to Renounce Your U.S. Citizenship in Two Easy Steps

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