Queen Noor is a US citizen, she’s wealthy, she is not filing her U.S. tax returns, hasn’t filed FBAR and hasn’t been paying U.S. taxes. Yet her tax evasion is honored by the IRS and many stateside Americans who frequently express great hostility against the middle class Americans living abroad, but never lift a finger against some wealthy tax evaders like Queen Noor.
She claims that she lost her U.S. citizenship, but the claim is invalid. To no longer be a U.S. citizen, one must officially renounce or relinquish at an embassy and demonstrate 5 years of tax compliance. There is no such thing as an automatic loss of U.S. citizenship.
Lisa Halaby, daughter of a Pan American World Airways executive, became a Jordanian citizen when she married King Hussein in 1978. She says she automatically lost her U.S. citizenship but never renounced it.
Time – Queen Noor
Born in London to two American parents, the glamorous actor, philanthropist and oft-married beauty relinquished her U.S citizenship twice. In 1965 at the U.S. Embassy in Paris, she made a half-hearted effort, deleting the phrase “abjure all allegiance and fidelity to the U.S.” When the State Dept. declared that invalid, she applied again at the U.S. Embassy in Rome and this time let the wording stand. When she married John Warner, the former Secretary of the Navy who would later become a Senator, she applied to reinstate her U.S. citizenship.