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Liberty and justice for all United States persons abroad

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American Samoans’ lawsuit against Washington over “U.S. national” status

[...] of age and not US Nationals/Persons”. This illustrates a broader phenomenon: non-U.S. financial institutions are not responding to FATCA by spending their time and money doing in-depth studies of [...]

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[...] , financial institutions will begin to determine what accounts are “reportable accounts.” Information regarding [...]

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