The IRS has a resource for taxpayers concerned about their passports being revoked because of tax debts. On its website, the IRS provides information on what types of debts the IRS does and doesn’t “certify” (what debts it reports to the U.S. State Department) and how to get a tax debt decertified. A seriously delinquent tax debt generally is a tax debt that exceeds $53,000 for 2020 (adjusted annually for inflation). Among other information, the IRS details available alternative payment arrangements that will allow taxpayers to keep their passports if they’re unable to pay the full amount of a certified tax debt. For more information: – Call or visit our website for more information!