Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentImmigration · 5 years ago

If I am not a U.S. citizen anymore do I keep all my personal stuff?

Does my Social Security become obsolete, bank accounts?

I can't work in the U.S.A anymore?

Cell phone?

Credit cards?

Would my state ID still be valid as a non citizen?

2 Answers

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago
    Favorite Answer

    If you give up your U.S. Citizenship you lose your SSN and can never live or work in the US again. You can keep your cell phone and credit cards s long as you keep a US bank account open and pay your bills but that would be stupid. Why pay international rates using a U.S. phone overseas instead of just getting a new phone in your new country. Same with credit cards. You'll pay an international transactions fee each time you use them so why wouldn't you just get new cards from a bank in your new country?

    A state ID is only valid for state residents. Once you leave the country and renounce your US citizenship you are no longer a state resident

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    If you renounce citizenship cannot even get into the US without a visa .. which you wont get ......

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