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US Residency from a Tax and Immigration Standpoint

Webinar
February 3, 2010

US Residency from a Tax and Immigration Standpoint: Identifying and complying with income tax and immigration regulations for your foreign national employees.

Presented by BDO Seidman, LLP and Moore & Van Allen, PLLC

Do you have foreign employees working in the US? Are you certain of their residency, taxation, and immigration status as well as your compliance obligations?

If you have any questions regarding these issues, please join us for a complimentary webinar that is being conducted by leaders in the field.

US Residency from a Tax and Immigration Standpoint: Identifying and complying with income tax and immigration regulations for your foreign national employees.

Overview of Program: One of the most complicated and confusing aspects surrounding the employment of foreign nationals in the US is ensuring the tax and immigration compliance is done right.  You as the employer are responsible for addressing all immigration and tax/payroll issues effectively.  Therefore, knowing the basic rules surrounding US residency can be essential in determining what steps must be taken.  When is a temporary visa appropriate versus a permanent residency visa (Greencard)?  How will the employee be taxed in either situation and what you must report?

Instructors:
Donna Chamberlain, Senior Director Expatriate Tax Services – BDO

Stephen Hader, Attorney at Law- Moore & Van Allen


Date:  Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Time:  1:30pm – 3:00pm EST

CPE credits:  1.5 hours in the field of Tax

This webcast will help you better understand the following US related tax and immigration topics:

•    How you become a US resident for income tax purposes
•    Compensation reporting and payroll compliance
•    Breaking US residency – and the tax implications
•    Obtaining proper work visas – viable non-resident visas for those spending considerable time in the US
•    Greencard implications – the new “exit” tax

Learning Objective:  By the end of this course, the participants will be able to discuss immigration law and taxation including Greencard implications and reporting as they pertain to foreign nationals employed in the US.

Prerequisite:  None

Program Level:  Intermediate

Advance Preparation:  None

Click the following link for further information and to view enrollment options:

Click here to register for this webcast

After you register, you will receive an email confirmation and a reminder email approximately 24 hours before the webcast. If you have any questions on enrolling, canceling enrollment, other administrative policies or technical support issues, email BDOonline_support@learnlivetech.com or call 1-888-228-4188.

We hope you and your colleagues can join us.