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Q: How would me renouncing my us citizenship affect me getting english teaching Jobs?

one of my reasons for wanting to teach English is i am hoping to find another country to become a citizen of as I am unhappy in the USA. I am not a huge fan of Democracy and tend to like Communist countries.  let us say that I followed my plan of working in China for a year and then I would work in Russia until I am able to get Russian citizenship. let us say that i renounced my US citizenship and became a Russian citizen. I decide I want to work in China again. I understand legally I need to be a native english speaker in order to teach English in China. Technically I would be as I was born in the USA . However I became a Russian and divorced the USA. I understand that I would likely have a cancelled passport and a loss of citizenship certificate from the USA. If i wanted to work in China again would it be likely that I would need to provide these documents to prove I was once from the USA. 

  

2 weeks 2 days ago in  Visa & Legalities - China

 
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Well trolled Sir. Great stuff.

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Steve Jobs?  Didn't he pass on?  

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Well trolled Sir. Great stuff.

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If you would have the same passport as me, you would be non-native English sneaker.

It's the passport that counts and not the birth place.

 

 

I come from my mom, anyway ...

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There are so many ways to prove that you are a native English speaker,  certificate of birth, proof of residence,your education background etc. so I think this is not a big deal.

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It would very expensive to void your US passport, you actually have to pay to leave.

 

Just put 5000 dollars in a bank account in Paraguay for 2 years and get a Paraguay passport and keep your money under your Paraguay name like I did in Singapore.

Americans can't even hide money oversees anymore, the bank has to report it. Marrying a Russian girl wanting to get out of Russian hell would solve your problem. She wants to get away for drunk wife beating abusive men without being a prostitute around the world and America would be a good choice. I've seen Russian women in South Africa, Israel, China, and most of Europe working in brothels. Even with Putin paying for kids a tax credit, they don't want to marry Russian men and population is falling fast and their gdp is now lower than Canada with 4 times the population as Canada. Russia is not getting better unfortunately, but since it sucks, more people are going to church.

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Another option, go to university in Peru for 2 years and get citizenship right away, they want to build up the reputation of the schools with international students, so they offer this incentive.

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