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Public event in London on modification of US tax rules for #Americansabroad
Off to London next week to advocate for a relaxation of the requirements of US @CitizenshipTax https://t.co/DIxDdus9rG
— John Richardson – lawyer for "U.S. persons" abroad (@ExpatriationLaw) September 13, 2018
John Richardson interviews Andrew Grossman – March 16/14 Montreal
@Expatriationlaw interview – Citizenship lawyer Andrew Grossman https://t.co/pBwBkGFdih – U.S. Citizenship: acquisition, tax, expatriation
— Citizenship Lawyer (@ExpatriationLaw) June 17, 2014
On March 16, 2014, as part of my “Solving The Problems of U.S. Citizenship” seminars, I participated, along with Profeossor Allison Christians and lawyer Andrew Grossman in a “FATCA – U.S. citizenship” seminar at McGill law school. A summary of Professor Christians’s FATCA presentation is here.
After the FATCA information session, I had the privilege of interviewing Mr. Grossman. The interview focused on many aspects of U.S. citizenship. Some topics discussed ranged from the very academic to the very practical.