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You can still retain your US citizenship and escape paying the high US taxes legally by moving to Puerto Rico.  Because Puerto Rico is an unincorporated territory, commonwealth, of the US, it is allowed to have special tax arrangements.  Puerto Rico will not only save you taxes, and apply for passports; it has a whole lot more to offer their residents. 

Puerto Rico has a wide Variety of Positives and fun to offer Residents

Warm weather and sunny skies are the order of each day.  Many beautiful beaches draw visitors from all over the world. 

Even though a very small island, it harbours a varied geography, including, The Rainforest, caves, lakes, mountains and valleys.  Puerto Rico has the only rainforest protected by the US.  Around the corner of that, you will find a dry forest as well as a dwarf forest.  The largest cave system is also to be found in Puerto Rico.

Visit the old San Juan city where the El Morro Fort is situated and is now a World Heritage Site.  Old San Juan is also the oldest city in the United States. 

Puerto Rico has its own Observatory that has been in use for around 55 years.

Puerto Rico was the first large island that had food, fresh water, shelter and other supplies to trade with sailors from Europe.  Local Folklore claims a legendary pirate, Cofresi, whose actions are compared to those of another legend, Robin Hood.

Puerto Rico was the first large island that had food, fresh water, shelter and other supplies to trade with sailors from Europe.  Local Folklore claims a legendary pirate, Cofresi, whose actions are compared to those of another legend, Robin Hood.

Lastly, but not least; did you know that Puerto Rico is considered the Rum capital of the world?  Taking all into account, Puerto Rico offers a lot to look forward to, when moving there from the US.