Please join Greenberg Traurig shareholders Kate Kalmykov, Barbara Kaplan, and Marc Selden for an informative discussion on the importance of pre-residency tax planning for foreign nationals in the United States applying for permanent residency.
The panel will address:
- Taxation on worldwide income
- U.S. federal income tax
- U.S. federal estate and gift tax; generation skipping transfer tax considerations
- State and local tax considerations
- Examining proactive measures foreign nationals can take prior to obtaining permanent residency in the United States to minimize their tax liability
- Post-residency tax strategies to implement if pre-residency tax planning was not performed
Who Should Attend:
- F-1 and J-1 students, exchange students and scholars, researchers
- Students working pursuant to OPT and STEM OPT
- H-1B visa holders
- L-1 visa holders
- E-1 and E-2 visa holders
- Mexican and Canadian TN visa holders
- O-1 Extraordinary Ability visa holders
- B1/B2 visitors considering moving to the United States
- Adjustment of status applicants
- Recent LPRs
The lunch-and-learn program will take place in-person at Greenberg Traurig’s NYC office in One Vanderbilt on Tuesday, Dec. 5 at 12 – 2:00 p.m. ET.
To RSVP for the Dec. 5 program, please click here.
This event is part of a series on emerging trends impacting investors and employers. To RSVP to future scheduled Lunch-and-Learn programs, please click here.