Where will Naomi Osaka live?

With Japanese law requiring Naomi Osaka to give up American citizenship to maintain her Japanese one by her 22nd birthday (Wednesday), she smartly went where the yen are.

A little research into U.S. immigration law turns up some obvious red tape, such as a fee ($2,350) and, because of her net worth and inherently appreciable assets (like her big new house in L.A.), an exit tax.

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More pertinently, she will now be a “tourist” in the U.S., which would limit stays to 90 days.

Where will she live?

She also gives up that sweet Florida resident tax situation.

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