Getting up there in years and it doesn’t look like I will be leaving Taiwan, at least during my working career. Not sure if kids will even want to go to the us. But anyway. Kids are dual citizens, but have only been in the states for a short visits. Could I use my kids to sponsor me to gain American Citizenship again if they were living in the USA.
This PARC thing doesn’t get me much citizenship privileges and still higher taxes. If this country was as stable as England, or Australia. It doesn’t have to be even stable, just recognized, I’d probably not think twice about giving up US citizenship.
If I was a Mexican, I could just overstay my visa! Also, I’m not sure how the US treats those people who give up their citizenship. Probably act all hurt and snooty towards them.
I heard progressive countries like Austrailia understand the plight of it’s citizens living abroad who give up citizenship for rights and quietly restore the citizenship later. Taiwanese can have many citizenships as shown to me by one of my doctors. He was showing me his passports as you would show photo albums. But foreigners must give up citizenship to become Taiwanese, right?