Piecing Together the Immigration and Tax Compliance Puzzle in a Remote-Work Environment | Sessions
The pandemic-induced shift in how and where we work has created unprecedented fluidity in remote work, including use of digital nomad visas to work around the globe, working part-time in more than one location and hopping from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. It has also become increasingly common for foreign national employees to abandon their green cards and for U.S. citizens to renounce their citizenship. This brave new work world carries immigration and tax consequences that can impact both the employer and expatriate employees.
- Visa and tax implications of working remotely from different locations.
- Remote work corporate policy, practical considerations for your business.
- Payroll versus physical location.
- Remote alternatives if you fail to secure H-1B visas?
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