Passports of Individuals with Seriously Delinquent Tax Debts May Be Revoked

On September 2, 2016, the U.S. Department of State finalized a rule that will result in the denial or revocation of passports for persons with seriously delinquent tax debts, effective immediately.  A "seriously delinquent tax debt" generally means an assessment of $50,000 or more for which a lien or levy has been filed.  The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will certify the status of these individuals for the Secretary of the Treasury.

For more information on the new rule, click here.

If you think you may be affected by this new rule and would like to discuss how to come into compliance, contact one of our attorneys today.

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