The American: For Italy & the World
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Dangers at face value
By Dianne Bennett
Don is an American attorney with a U.S. tax and legal practice in Rome (see his website). His views do not represent legal advice.
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Relinquishing U.S. citizenship is one thing. But traveling without it means being prepared.