Lineage Citizenships: Benefits and Caveats of Dual or New Citizenships, Income and Estate Tax Implications
Israel, European Union Countries, and Other Countries
A live 110-minute CPE webinar with interactive Q&A
This webinar will review the tax implications and key considerations for taxpayers considering dual or citizenship in a country outside the United States by lineage. Our panel of international tax experts will explain common steps to claim citizenship by ancestry and claiming lineage citizenship in specific countries for taxpayers considering a move and for their international income tax advisers.
- Claiming a lineage citizenship
- U.S. dual citizenship
- Types of backup plans
- Advantages of lineage citizenships
- Caveats of lineage citizenships
- Tax ramifications of lineage citizenship
- Lineage citizenships in specific countries
B. European Union countires
C. Other countries
The panel will cover these and other critical issues:
- Expatriation considerations for taxpayers moving abroad
- Income and estate tax issues for dual citizens
- Common steps to qualify for citizenship by ancestry
- Applying for citizenship in Israel
- Caveats to consider when applying for a dual or second citizenship
David Lesperance, J.D.
Founder and Principal
Lesperance & Associates
Mr. Lesperance is one of the world’s leading international tax and immigration advisors. He has successfully... | Read More
Mr. Lesperance is one of the world’s leading international tax and immigration advisors. He has successfully advised scores of high and ultra high net-worth individuals and their families, many of whom continue to seek his counsel today. In addition Mr. Lesperance has provided pro bono advice to many governments on how to improve their Citizenship by Investment, Residence by Investment or “Golden Visa” type programs to better meet the needs of his global clients. He is supported by a team of professionals, some of whom have worked with him since the early 1990s.Close
Melvin A. Warshaw, JD, LLM
Mr. Warshaw has nearly 40 years of experience as a U. S. estate planning and tax lawyer. He currently represents U. S.... | Read More
Mr. Warshaw has nearly 40 years of experience as a U. S. estate planning and tax lawyer. He currently represents U. S. and non-U. S. high net worth individuals, families and companies on a wide range of personal and business tax matters, especially in connection with cross-border income and estate tax planning and compliance in the U. S. Mr. Warshaw is admitted to practice in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He regularly advises non-U. S. clients on structuring inbound pre-immigration tax strategies including basis step-up in legacy assets, avoiding the U. S. CFC and PFIC anti-deferral tax regimes, optimizing use of foreign tax credits, minimizing green card status as well as advising on and drafting of “drop-off trusts.” Mr. Warshaw also advises long-term green card holders and U. S. citizens on planning to minimize their U. S. exit tax through gift programs, managing equity compensation and by drafting “expatriation” trusts and considerations of a change of domicile outside the U. S. He has also counseled clients in complying with their U. S. tax filing obligations by engaging accountants and bringing such taxpayers into compliance with their numerous U. S. international tax reporting requirements. Mr. Warshaw has also advised on the U. S. international tax aspects of cryptocurrency, including how to become U. S. tax compliant and how to mitigate U. S. tax implications prior to and following renouncing U. S. citizenship.Close
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