No, not a person without a country like Gérard Depardieu, I'm talking about not being an official resident of any State. Let's say I move to Amsterdam, I have no assets in the US, and all my income is from passive sources like dividends from traded stocks, and the monthly statements are delivered to my email address. I cancel my voter registration, and give up my driver's license. At that point I'm still a citizen of the US, but will some State try to claim me for taxes, especially inheritance tax? If so, can I get a Federal Driver's license? I'm still a citizen, so how and where do I register to vote?
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