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    The abandonment of your green card does not automatically absolve you from U.S. Income Taxation - regardless of whether you are out of the country for six months or six years. More specifically, your residency status for income taxation purposes may not occur until you file a completed Form 8854 with the IRS and notify the Department of Homeland Security of your termination of residency, eventhough the USCIS may deem your green card abandoned.

    Point Being: Depending on your individual facts and circumstances (including how long you have been present in the US as a permanent resident before you leave for France), the termination of your permanent resident status for immigration purposes may not be tantamount to termination for tax purposes. More specifically, you may have to file Form 8854 with the IRS and notify the Department of Homeland Security of your termination/abandonment of residency status.

    I am not going to argue with you about this matter any further. Suffice to say, you have been amply warned to consult with a CPA and/or tax attorney in your local area to review the application of US income tax laws to your particular situation.

    Au Revoir!
    Barry S. Phillips, CPA
    www.BarryPhillips.com

    IRS Circular 230 Disclosure: This response is intended to provide general information and written for educational purposes only. It does not establish a client relationship. This communication is not intended to be used, and cannot be used, for the purpose of (i) avoiding tax-related penalties under the Internal Revenue Code or (ii) promoting, marketing or recommending to any party any matters addressed herein.

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