Americans grapple with income inequality http://t.co/x1ivlhkCN9 – Interesting article by @AdGeller
— Citizenship Lawyer (@ExpatriationLaw) February 10, 2014
Adam Geller is a New York based national writer for the Associated Press. He is considering an article on the whole issue of Americans abroad and renunciations of U.S. citizenship (or not). Mr. Geller has lived overseas.
He is interested in interviewing people in different circumstances, for example:
– renouncing because of the impact of U.S. citizenship on marriages
– “Accidental Americans” who have never had a connection to the U.S. with the exception of place of birth (any Windsor resident born in a Detroit hospital?)
– those who feel they must renounce so to that they can plan for retirement
– OVDI, OVDP
– and any other circumstance.
My impression is that he is working very hard to understand, the varying circumstances and narratives, of Americans abroad. I encourage you to contact him. The tweet above references his most recent article.
You may contact Mr. Geller at:
ageller at ap dot org (or I suppose at the above Twitter account).
Or if you don’t want to be interviewed, I am guessing that if you leave your comments here, he will see them.
Since I am Not renouncing, and I have already made my CCW decision, and am now just a snowbird and no longer tax resident in NZ, I am not sure I would fit the profile he is looking for. I could help with insights I suppose. Not sure what he he wants, but as you know, I know the subject(s) reasonably well, and I can hold back the hyperbole to a reasonable level! 🙂
I am a Native Canadian who is married to a so called “US person”. I’d be happy to be interviewed and have you learn of my nightmare. My family is in turmoil and we wannot beleive how many more innocent people are having their lives destroyed. I have also alerted the Native Courts to look into this extortion. At first, they thought I was kidding, now they see it and are digging deeper into it. Jay Youngblood in saskatchewan is working on this. We’ll see.