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Seminar offers advice on immigration to America

A seminar on immigration to the United States will be held on Monday, November 4 at the Bermuda Chamber of Commerce from noon to 2pm.

The seminar will feature Steve Trow, an immigration attorney from Washington, DC.

Topics will include: Accidental American Citizens acquiring American citizenship at birth from an American parent or grandparents; Family-based Immigration green cards sponsored by an American citizen or permanent resident spouse, parent, child, or sibling; Employment-based Immigration green cards and temporary work visas sponsored by employers, or self-sponsored Immigration through Investment the E-2 treaty investor visa and EB-5 immigrant investor programme; Retaining a Green Card while residing outside the US.

It will also feature tax specialist James Paul Sabo, president of Expatriate Tax Services LLC (Bermuda). He will speak on the topic: When do you become subject to US income tax on global income?; pre-Immigration tax planning; and special tax rules.

The seminar is free to members and $10 for others.

Coming to America: A seminar on immigration to the United States will be held on Monday at the Bermuda Chamber of Commerce.

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Published October 24, 2013 at 9:00 am (Updated October 23, 2013 at 7:35 pm)

Seminar offers advice on immigration to America

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