The Resource Who is a U.S. person? Disparities between U.S. tax and immigration law

Who is a U.S. person? Disparities between U.S. tax and immigration law

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Who is a U.S. person? Disparities between U.S. tax and immigration law
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Who is a U.S. person? Disparities between U.S. tax and immigration law
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eng
Summary
This article provides an overview of the intersection of U.S. tax and immigration law in defining who is a U.S. person, and some of the pitfalls that result from the differing and often competing definitions under the two codes of law
Citation source
In: Tax planning international review. - London. - Vol. 41 (2014),
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Bubel, H.P.
Geographic coverage
North America
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English
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  • citizenship
  • nationality
  • federal income tax
  • residence
  • expatriate
  • immigration
  • FATCA
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Who is a U.S. person? Disparities between U.S. tax and immigration law
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Who is a U.S. person? Disparities between U.S. tax and immigration law
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