Tag: dual national
When do non-U.S. citizens pay income tax and report foreign financial accounts?
By of MillarLaw A Professional Corporation On Sunday, January 11, 2015
In a series of Frequently Asked Questions releases December 31, 2014, The Congressional Research Service provides some guidance on when non-U.S. citizens may be subject to U.S. income taxes. The report states as follows: “Non-citizens who may be subject to U.S. income taxes include legal permanent residents who are authorized to live and work in … Continue reading When do non-U.S. citizens pay income tax and report foreign financial accounts?
Informal surrender of Green Card doesn’t work
By of MillarLaw A Professional Corporation On Sunday, November 9, 2014
The recent decision of the U.S.Tax Court, in Gerd Topsnik, (2014) makes it clear that an “informal” surrender of a Green Card, while recognized under immigration laws is not recognized for tax purposes. As stated in Checkpoint, ” The Tax Court held that because the taxpayer did not formally abandon his lawful permanent resident “LPR” … Continue reading Informal surrender of Green Card doesn’t work
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