Having “seriously delinquent tax debt” could put your passport at risk (unless an exception applies). This generally means that the assessed tax debt is at least $55,000 in 2022, a lien has been filed and other remedies have been exhausted. If such conditions exist, the U.S. State Dept. can deny, revoke or limit a passport. One man, who owed about $250,000 in federal tax, interest and penalties, argued in a U.S. District Court that revoking his passport violated his constitutional right to travel abroad. That court and a U.S. Appeals Court upheld the revocation, finding that the action supported the legitimate interest of the government. The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the case.  Call or visit our website for more information!  www.mjscpa.com/