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]]> By: Name1https://www.google.com//174/1201/confrontation-with-bureaucracy-part-3/comment-page-1/#comment-2630 Sun, 14 Jun 2009 22:53:35 +0000 /174/?p=1201#comment-2630 Did you receive any type of confirmation your Form 8854 was received and processed, ending your tax status?

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By: Mike Gogulskihttps://www.google.com//174/1201/confrontation-with-bureaucracy-part-3/comment-page-1/#comment-1478 Mon, 08 Dec 2008 16:06:34 +0000 /174/?p=1201#comment-1478 @Kent: The possibility exists, however remote, that I might be found deportable under Slovak law. The target country for that deportation would be the US. Not a desirable outcome at this point.

@Peter: No, you heard him exactly right. The US is one of a vanishingly small number of nations (two?) which require citizens living abroad to file tax returns every year, and pay income tax if certain income thresholds are exceeded. Last I looked, you could earn up to around US$80,000 outside the US while on non-resident status, and have that amount exempt from taxation. Filing tax returns is still mandatory regardless. “Failure due to reasonable cause” might mean something like the taxpayer died, went insane, was imprisoned incommunicado, and so forth.

@Matt: The Embassy’s duties do not encompass providing tax advice, of course, so no, they didn’t explain it. What can they do? Dunno… arrest me at the port of entry on an outstanding warrant should I ever turn up on US soil? Black bag job? Let your imagination roam…

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By: Mattocracyhttps://www.google.com//174/1201/confrontation-with-bureaucracy-part-3/comment-page-1/#comment-1475 Mon, 08 Dec 2008 01:44:32 +0000 /174/?p=1201#comment-1475 Divorces are expensive and it sounds like this bitch can take you to the cleaners for leaving her. They purposely made this scary catch 22 for a reason. You owe taxes, yet you aren’t a citizens, so technically you aren’t guaranteed the same rights. If you don’t comply for the next ten years, what can they do? Did they explain that at all?

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