While politicians are focused on all the foreigners who want to become Americans, perhaps they should consider all the Americans who are becoming foreigners.
When John and Heather Schmit sold their 10-year-old trucking business in Phoenix, Arizona in 2011 they found their dream home amid white sandy beaches, rocky headlands, gentle surf, and inland breezes…
Robert Lee (Freedom's Phoenix poster) talks about why he and his family left the United State years ago and settled in Ecuador (also talks about residency, health, healthcare, weather, cost of living, culture, etc...)
The organization behind warnings this week, that the wealthy are buying secret hideaways in preparation for riots and civil unrest was founded by billionaire elitist George Soros.
Last week, a GGC investor working with the Recovery Team sent me an e-mail with feedback on the four articles I'd written about the Galt's Gulch Chile land development deal. The first four articles were written from what could be gleaned from all
A lot of ultra-rich people are quietly preparing to "bug out" when the time comes. They are buying survival properties, they are buying farms in far away countries and they are buying deep underground bunkers.
A well-known entrepreneur, often dubbed "Bitcoin Jesus"--who famously renounced his American citizenship last year--was denied a visa on Tuesday to re-enter the United States to attend an upcoming Bitcoin conference in Miami.
What has changed?
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The website MoveHub.com is a resource for people looking to move abroad.
The small country in the remote north-west region of South America topped a poll conducted by the world's largest expat network
Jonathan Lockwood is a wonderful case study for those thinking of taking the plunge and picking up everything to go live and work in a new country. His story is one that is becoming all too common but rarely executed in such a smooth fashion.
"Dear Mr. President, I am writing with a heavy heart as I, my husband, and our daughter are all seriously contemplating giving up our U.S. citizenship.
Over the last two years, the U.S. has had a spike in expatriations.
In my case, it's Panama. I'm now a permanent resident there and will pick up my cedula ? my national ID document ? next month...In choosing Panama as my personal "bug out" location, I went through a comprehensive evaluation of that country versus sev
Massive pollution, especially unbreathable air, lack of educational opportunities, food, safety, and corruption are some of the reasons behind a recent poll that shows a whopping 64% of wealthy Chinese plan to leave the country.
The idea of international diversification is a simple one– if you live, work, hold investments, own property, structure your business, store gold, etc. in the same country as your citizenship, then you truly have all of your eggs in one very fragile
I awoke this morning to an excited email from a longtime friend who wrote,
"I am an inquisitive person, and I searched for free land that was not claimed by any man," Heaton said. He discovered the term terra nullius, Latin for "no man's land," while researching possible areas, and found the eastern African region of Bir
A recent report published jointly by Candy & Candy, Savills World Research and Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management has identified Panama City as being one of the favourite destinations for international property investors this year.
CEO Greg Wasson of the giant Walgreen drugstore chain may be thinking of other things than patriotism this 4th of July.
The number of Americans giving up their citizenship surged to 3,000 in 2013 – three times more than the previous year.
The final result of that S744 bill eventually guarantees our United States to increase our population from the current 319 million to 625,000,000 (million) before this century runs out.
The American Dream appears to be less and less appealing.
Imagine being excluded from the financial services industry because of your passport.
If you are thinking of moving out of the United States or just need a place to have a second home, consider Panama. There are many places that freedom-minded people are looking for as the United States is in the throes of a financial collapse and a
Inside the long-awaited package, six pages of government paperwork dryly affirmed Carol Tapanila's anxious request.
The United States is one of only a handful of countries that tax citizens or permanent residents wherever they reside. (The other countries are Antigua and Barbuda, Eritrea, and, in some circumstances, Hungary.)
The reasons to leave America are mounting by the day. However, this is one reason why I will stay and not expatriate.Entered By: Dave Hodges
Do the wealthy Chinese know something we don't?