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Saffyre

Commision owed to me by work

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: England
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This is a bit of a strange scenario, but bear with me.

I work as a recruitment consultant and I have several commisions that are owed to me, but aren't due to be paid to me until August, Sept, and Oct......but I leave the company at the end of July.

My employer has agreed that I am still owed these monies but because of the nature of the business they cannot pay me until the person concerned actually starts work in their new role.

Now, if they give me my P45 when I leave then they wont be able to pay me, but if they don't give me my P45 and they pay me, will this cause me problems with my green card? Because although i'm technically not working, I am being paid money - so would the US require me to pay tax on it, even though I already paid UK tax?

Sorry to be so long winded and confusing.

Saff.


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: England
Timeline

Sorry I can't help on the money part, but I would of thought it won't have any consequences relating to your gc.

On a side note - I didn't think you had to report your overseas earning to IRS unless its above a certain amount. (But I am not sure about that either lol)


Jo & Michael

K1

29th Jun 03 - Applied for I-129f

12th Jan 05 - Interview at Embassy

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20th Apr 05 - Mailed AOS and paperwork to Chicago.

27th Oct 05 - Received Green Card in Mail (2 yr Conditional)

I-751

24th Jul 07 - Mailed I-751 to TSC

27th Jul 07 - I-751 Received at TSC (Transferred to CSC)

17th Aug 07 - Check Cleared

20th Aug 07 - NOA received (2 NOA's both with dif. receipt #'s for the same thing hmmm..)

30th Aug 07 - ACS Biometrics letters received

21st Sep 07 - Biometrics appointment at Charlotte

1st Nov 07 - Case status online reads "Card production ordered"

3rd Nov 07 - Greencard received in mail

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