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U.S. Pre-Immigration Tax Planning

Immigration Planning and Compliance   |   International   |   January 1, 2016
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The U.S. Pre-Immigration Tax Planning brochure provides information on the U.S. Tax Code, income tax, estate and gift tax, and pre-immigration considerations, in addition to real-world examples. It's available for download in five languages.

There are no adverse consequences, other than transaction costs, to engaging in tax planning before immigrating to the United States. However, there may be significant adverse tax consequences if you fail to engage in any tax planning before moving to the United States, and these consequences significantly outweigh the transaction costs of pre-immigration tax planning.


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