So here is the situation...I am an American citizen living in Greece at the moment, I became a Greek citizen last year, so I now have dual citizenship. The Greek government now wants me to join the army, which is mandatory for all males here, and in order to get out of it, I need to get some documentation. I need prior tax paperwork I did, and any information I can get from my old job. I can get the paperwork from Verizon Wireless, which was my employer for the past eight years before I left for Greece, but Im a bit stumped on the tax paperwork. Anyone have any suggestions? I find it ridiculous that the Greek embassy in Tampa, FL wants information showing that I lived in the US for my whole life, up until 2008, but they wont accept a US passport that shows all the times I have traveled to and from the US the past decade. Im 33 years old, and while I understand that the army is mandatory, I am a US citizen first, and was born in the US, and dont want to comply to this, so I have to figure out how to get around this. If anyone has any other useful info, please let me know.