Now that Donald Trump defied all skeptics and pundits by defeating Hillary Clinton and is now the President-elect of the United States of America, you might be nervous about what this megalomaniac has in store for the country. The sleepless nights might even have you wondering what you can do about it and if you can’t take it anymore, here are the steps to renounce your U.S. citizenship. We’ve also included a list of countries that will welcome you with open arms.
Step 1: Get a second passport
In order to renounce your US passport you will need a second passport and you are required to bring this with you to your renunciation appointment. Even though expatriation is your right, the State Department will deny anyone the right to renounce their US citizenship if they don’t have a second passport. Ensure that the passport you acquire is directly issued by the government in question and never be tempted to purchase one off the Internet.