Professeure anglophone, diplômée et expérimentée,
donne des cours particuliers ;
-perfectionnement et d’approfondissement des connaissances-
Pour élèves et étudiants, à partir de la classe de première.
Giving Up U.S. Citizenship: Why and How
There are many reasons why someone may want to give up their US citizenship. One of them is taxation. 1040 Abroad is here to explain the reasons people give up U.S. citizenship and how to do it.
According to the Department of State, 6,705 Americans gave up their citizenship in 2020 alone. Compared to the 2,577 people who gave up their US citizenship in 2019, that number has increased by 260%.
The renunciation of citizenship is a means of giving up citizenship that takes effect on the date of the interview at the U.S. consulate. A person who gives up U.S. citizenship will lose many benefits in the U.S., including voting rights, protection from foreign governments, and the ability to pass U.S. citizenship to their children. The main benefit of U.S. citizenship is still the right to live and work in the United States as desired. As a result, people who renounce U.S. citizenship tend to have established lives in their host country.
It's Ground Hog Day again! I get such a kick out of this day - it just makes me laugh and yet its origins are ancient and no joke - so that I want to share its background with you, dear reader, once again. --Lisa
Selon le dicton écossais: If Candlemas Day is bright and clear, There'll be two winters in the year.
La version anglaise:
If Candlemas be fair and bright,
Come, Winter, have another flight;
If Candlemas brings clouds and rain,
Go Winter, and come not again.
Quand un animal hibernant sort de son terrier le 2 février (Le Chandeleur - Candlemas Day) et le soleil brille l'animal aura peur de son ombre, rentra sous terre et l'hiver continuera encore six semaines.
La marmotte d'amérique est devenue aux Etats-Unis le météorologue le plus suivi pour ses prévisions de l'arrivée du printemps. Le plus célèbre des marmottes est Punxsutawney Phil, qui fait son entrée chaque année depuis 1887 à Punxsutawney, un village de Pennsylvanie. Toute la semaine du 2 février…
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