BABY Sussex is the first member of the Royal Family to qualify for both British and American passports.
US rules let California- born Meghan pass on her citizenship to her newborn.
California-born Meghan passes on her US citizenship to baby Sussex[/caption]
The couple just have to register the birth at the American consulate.
However, the young royal could also be liable to pay US taxes, just like his mother.
America is one of a handful of nations to tax its citizens even if they live abroad.
For example, any cash gift from Prince Charles to Meghan or his grandson would be taxable.
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Meghan can apply for UK citizenship after five years here.
She could then renounce US citizenship, but America would even charge her an “exit tax”.
Expert Sam Ashley said: “It’s a tax system almost unique to the US.”
Meghan and Harry have to register the birth at the American consulate for the young royal to obtain an American passport[/caption]
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