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How To Get Involved
Contact Your Members of Congress
ACA’s website now hosts several links that can help you contact members of Congress.They include addresses, fax numbers, sample letters and general advice on contacting a member of Congress. Remember, our efforts depend on our Representatives continuously hearing from Americans abroad. Tell your Representatives in Congress to support RBT!
Send us your testimonials on how current legislation is affecting you. These testimonials are important to our advocacy work but even more important is your work in contacting your own Congressional representative. We ask you to write to your representative today and let him or her know your thoughts and personal experience, and please send a copy to ACA as well.
You can also support our work by writing directly to the Tax Committees responsible for tax reform and asking for Residency-based taxation (RBT) and submitting comments to those committees holding hearings on tax reform.
You can also write your own Representatives in Congress about Residency-based taxation (RBT) and your support for it. Tell them about yourself, so that they learn about a real-life overseas American.
If you haven’t done so already, Join ACA! Since 1978, ACA has been the “Voice of Americans Overseas,” advocating for and defending the rights of U.S. citizens living and working abroad.
ACA on the Web, Facebook, and Twitter
ACA’s website and its quarterly News Updates are its key communication channels to ACA members and to the millions of Americans all over the world. The ACA website includes a wealth of information: descriptions of the impact of U.S. laws on the various issues – citizenship, voting, Social Security, Medicare, banking and taxes – as well as ACA position papers, references to ACA in the press and a multitude of links to press articles related to ACA issues.
Many members and supporters follow ACA on Facebook, and this provides ACA with an opportunity to connect with them on a more regular basis. To get the most immediate, up-to-date information on ACA’s work and initiatives visit us on Facebook or our website, and sign up for our Twitter feed.
There are many ways you can support ACA. The best way is to become a member, so we can count on your ongoing support in our efforts to make changes in Washington, D.C., on your behalf.
In addition, you can volunteer, or make a donation to support our cause. ACA has a number of volunteer positions available. As long as you have an internet connection, anywhere in the world, we could use your help!
To join ACA and get access to State-side banking services visit us online.
ACA does not provide individual tax filing advice. For professional tax services please see the ACA Tax Preparer Directory.
Advertise with ACA
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Disclaimer: This information was provided by a volunteer board member of ACA as a service to fellow U.S. citizens. While ACA and its Board members make every effort to transmit accurate information, such information is not considered a substitute for qualified professional advice.
ACA is a non-profit organization whose mission is to educate, advocate and inform both the U.S. government and U.S. citizens living and working overseas on issues of concern to the overseas U.S. citizen community. ACA works to find practical solutions to resolve issues impacting overseas U.S. citizens and communicates results to constituents stateside and abroad. ACA is the premier thought-leader on issues affecting U.S. citizens living and working overseas.
American Citizens Abroad, Inc. (ACA, Inc.) is a section 501 (c)(4) tax-exempt, non-profit, nonpartisan, volunteer organization.
Alongside is American Citizens Abroad Global Foundation, a publicly-supported charity under section 501(c)(3).