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    belinda63 got a reaction from TBoneTX in Re-new TN Visa while waiting for consular interview without intention to move in to US   
    You are not aware and possibly your employer is not aware of the tax implications of working for one country and living in another.
    I work remotely but I was specifically told by the tax department I could not work outside the USA because of the tax issues. You and your employer need to be paying taxes to both the USA as a W2 employee is an employee of the company and whatever taxes are required by the Canadian and local government. I don't know how taxation works in Canada so I can't be specific but as of when you moved to Canada your HR team should have been advised of that so the appropriate taxes could be withheld and paid to both countries. 
    You have to file taxes in both countries since you live in one and work for a company in another country
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    belinda63 got a reaction from Jorgedig in Re-new TN Visa while waiting for consular interview without intention to move in to US   
    You are not aware and possibly your employer is not aware of the tax implications of working for one country and living in another.
    I work remotely but I was specifically told by the tax department I could not work outside the USA because of the tax issues. You and your employer need to be paying taxes to both the USA as a W2 employee is an employee of the company and whatever taxes are required by the Canadian and local government. I don't know how taxation works in Canada so I can't be specific but as of when you moved to Canada your HR team should have been advised of that so the appropriate taxes could be withheld and paid to both countries. 
    You have to file taxes in both countries since you live in one and work for a company in another country
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    belinda63 got a reaction from Chancy in Re-new TN Visa while waiting for consular interview without intention to move in to US   
    You are not aware and possibly your employer is not aware of the tax implications of working for one country and living in another.
    I work remotely but I was specifically told by the tax department I could not work outside the USA because of the tax issues. You and your employer need to be paying taxes to both the USA as a W2 employee is an employee of the company and whatever taxes are required by the Canadian and local government. I don't know how taxation works in Canada so I can't be specific but as of when you moved to Canada your HR team should have been advised of that so the appropriate taxes could be withheld and paid to both countries. 
    You have to file taxes in both countries since you live in one and work for a company in another country
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    belinda63 got a reaction from From_CAN_2_US in Re-new TN Visa while waiting for consular interview without intention to move in to US   
    You are not aware and possibly your employer is not aware of the tax implications of working for one country and living in another.
    I work remotely but I was specifically told by the tax department I could not work outside the USA because of the tax issues. You and your employer need to be paying taxes to both the USA as a W2 employee is an employee of the company and whatever taxes are required by the Canadian and local government. I don't know how taxation works in Canada so I can't be specific but as of when you moved to Canada your HR team should have been advised of that so the appropriate taxes could be withheld and paid to both countries. 
    You have to file taxes in both countries since you live in one and work for a company in another country
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    belinda63 reacted to SusieQQQ in Re-new TN Visa while waiting for consular interview without intention to move in to US   
    I know of no reason that a US company cannot have someone working remotely for them from another country. If they know you’re in Canada and they’re fine with it, I don’t see a problem.  
    Again, I cannot see any reason you need to renew your TN. If you were physically located in the US, sure you’d need it.
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    belinda63 got a reaction from SusieQQQ in Re-new TN Visa while waiting for consular interview without intention to move in to US   
    You are not aware and possibly your employer is not aware of the tax implications of working for one country and living in another.
    I work remotely but I was specifically told by the tax department I could not work outside the USA because of the tax issues. You and your employer need to be paying taxes to both the USA as a W2 employee is an employee of the company and whatever taxes are required by the Canadian and local government. I don't know how taxation works in Canada so I can't be specific but as of when you moved to Canada your HR team should have been advised of that so the appropriate taxes could be withheld and paid to both countries. 
    You have to file taxes in both countries since you live in one and work for a company in another country
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    belinda63 got a reaction from Adventine in Re-new TN Visa while waiting for consular interview without intention to move in to US   
    You are not aware and possibly your employer is not aware of the tax implications of working for one country and living in another.
    I work remotely but I was specifically told by the tax department I could not work outside the USA because of the tax issues. You and your employer need to be paying taxes to both the USA as a W2 employee is an employee of the company and whatever taxes are required by the Canadian and local government. I don't know how taxation works in Canada so I can't be specific but as of when you moved to Canada your HR team should have been advised of that so the appropriate taxes could be withheld and paid to both countries. 
    You have to file taxes in both countries since you live in one and work for a company in another country
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    belinda63 got a reaction from Family in Re-new TN Visa while waiting for consular interview without intention to move in to US   
    You are not aware and possibly your employer is not aware of the tax implications of working for one country and living in another.
    I work remotely but I was specifically told by the tax department I could not work outside the USA because of the tax issues. You and your employer need to be paying taxes to both the USA as a W2 employee is an employee of the company and whatever taxes are required by the Canadian and local government. I don't know how taxation works in Canada so I can't be specific but as of when you moved to Canada your HR team should have been advised of that so the appropriate taxes could be withheld and paid to both countries. 
    You have to file taxes in both countries since you live in one and work for a company in another country
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    belinda63 got a reaction from Sarah&Facundo in Detained at Customs   
    When my fiancé came through O'Hara years ago he was held in secondary for hours, missed his flight and had to spend the night in the airport (great welcome to America)
    He said he saw his luggage while he was being detained and asked if he could go get it and bring it to where he was sitting and was told no. We never saw his luggage again. Did a lost luggage form, called, everything...it was never found.
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    belinda63 got a reaction from From_CAN_2_US in Detained at Customs   
    None. He was allowed to call me after he was released to let me know of his new flight. I was already at the airport and the flight he was supposed to be on had landed before he was able to call me. But for someone who is denied entry the process may be a bit different since the person is in custody the entire time and wouldn't have the opportunity to call
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    belinda63 got a reaction from From_CAN_2_US in Detained at Customs   
    When my fiancé came through O'Hara years ago he was held in secondary for hours, missed his flight and had to spend the night in the airport (great welcome to America)
    He said he saw his luggage while he was being detained and asked if he could go get it and bring it to where he was sitting and was told no. We never saw his luggage again. Did a lost luggage form, called, everything...it was never found.
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    belinda63 got a reaction from Dashinka in Detained at Customs   
    None. He was allowed to call me after he was released to let me know of his new flight. I was already at the airport and the flight he was supposed to be on had landed before he was able to call me. But for someone who is denied entry the process may be a bit different since the person is in custody the entire time and wouldn't have the opportunity to call
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    belinda63 got a reaction from Red169 in Detained at Customs   
    When my fiancé came through O'Hara years ago he was held in secondary for hours, missed his flight and had to spend the night in the airport (great welcome to America)
    He said he saw his luggage while he was being detained and asked if he could go get it and bring it to where he was sitting and was told no. We never saw his luggage again. Did a lost luggage form, called, everything...it was never found.
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    belinda63 got a reaction from African Zealot in Detained at Customs   
    When my fiancé came through O'Hara years ago he was held in secondary for hours, missed his flight and had to spend the night in the airport (great welcome to America)
    He said he saw his luggage while he was being detained and asked if he could go get it and bring it to where he was sitting and was told no. We never saw his luggage again. Did a lost luggage form, called, everything...it was never found.
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    belinda63 reacted to JeanneAdil in Detained at Customs   
    OP
    1 of 2 things happened
    He fly into Chicago and from there disappeared on his own after going thru Customs and he scammed u
    If he did that u r better off without him
     
    Or 
    CBP sent him back as they suspected he was breaking one of the immigrations laws and he has a bar  now
    If that is true CBP did u a favor and u are better off without him
     
    What can u do now?
     
    Do nothing / u have not married /u have not signed the I 864/ u do not have to pay for health care for him/  or support him for  the year or 2 that it takes to get the approval to work and you are $1225 richer/  u r off the hook 
    and YOU ARE BETTER OFF WITHOUT HIM
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    belinda63 got a reaction from Family in Detained at Customs   
    When my fiancé came through O'Hara years ago he was held in secondary for hours, missed his flight and had to spend the night in the airport (great welcome to America)
    He said he saw his luggage while he was being detained and asked if he could go get it and bring it to where he was sitting and was told no. We never saw his luggage again. Did a lost luggage form, called, everything...it was never found.
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    belinda63 got a reaction from Mike E in Detained at Customs   
    When my fiancé came through O'Hara years ago he was held in secondary for hours, missed his flight and had to spend the night in the airport (great welcome to America)
    He said he saw his luggage while he was being detained and asked if he could go get it and bring it to where he was sitting and was told no. We never saw his luggage again. Did a lost luggage form, called, everything...it was never found.
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    belinda63 got a reaction from TBoneTX in Emergency for a minor US Citizen   
    Well if the husband is still in the US that makes things a lot less complicated. And it much less likely the wife will get a visa. 
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    belinda63 got a reaction from TBoneTX in Emergency for a minor US Citizen   
    If he needs emergency care I suggest you seek medical care in your country. To apply for any type of humanitarian waiver you will need documentation of his condition, documentation that he cannot receive the needed care in your country, and documents from the hospital in the US you plan to seek this emergency treatment from that they can provide the treatment and are willing to accept him as a patient.
    Then you would file all of this with your request and wait for an appointment which might take months or a year. Wouldn't you also need a waiver for the deportation?
    Doubtful you would get a visa given your history of deportation and the fact that you have a US citizen child.
    Do you have someone you trust with a valid US visa who you could provide medical power of attorney to and they could accompany the child for the emergency treatment
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    belinda63 got a reaction from Jorgedig in Emergency for a minor US Citizen   
    If he needs emergency care I suggest you seek medical care in your country. To apply for any type of humanitarian waiver you will need documentation of his condition, documentation that he cannot receive the needed care in your country, and documents from the hospital in the US you plan to seek this emergency treatment from that they can provide the treatment and are willing to accept him as a patient.
    Then you would file all of this with your request and wait for an appointment which might take months or a year. Wouldn't you also need a waiver for the deportation?
    Doubtful you would get a visa given your history of deportation and the fact that you have a US citizen child.
    Do you have someone you trust with a valid US visa who you could provide medical power of attorney to and they could accompany the child for the emergency treatment
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    belinda63 got a reaction from Kimiko in Emergency for a minor US Citizen   
    If he needs emergency care I suggest you seek medical care in your country. To apply for any type of humanitarian waiver you will need documentation of his condition, documentation that he cannot receive the needed care in your country, and documents from the hospital in the US you plan to seek this emergency treatment from that they can provide the treatment and are willing to accept him as a patient.
    Then you would file all of this with your request and wait for an appointment which might take months or a year. Wouldn't you also need a waiver for the deportation?
    Doubtful you would get a visa given your history of deportation and the fact that you have a US citizen child.
    Do you have someone you trust with a valid US visa who you could provide medical power of attorney to and they could accompany the child for the emergency treatment
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    belinda63 got a reaction from milimelo in Emergency for a minor US Citizen   
    Well if the husband is still in the US that makes things a lot less complicated. And it much less likely the wife will get a visa. 
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    belinda63 got a reaction from Lemonslice in Emergency for a minor US Citizen   
    If he needs emergency care I suggest you seek medical care in your country. To apply for any type of humanitarian waiver you will need documentation of his condition, documentation that he cannot receive the needed care in your country, and documents from the hospital in the US you plan to seek this emergency treatment from that they can provide the treatment and are willing to accept him as a patient.
    Then you would file all of this with your request and wait for an appointment which might take months or a year. Wouldn't you also need a waiver for the deportation?
    Doubtful you would get a visa given your history of deportation and the fact that you have a US citizen child.
    Do you have someone you trust with a valid US visa who you could provide medical power of attorney to and they could accompany the child for the emergency treatment
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    belinda63 got a reaction from ROK2USA in Emergency for a minor US Citizen   
    If he needs emergency care I suggest you seek medical care in your country. To apply for any type of humanitarian waiver you will need documentation of his condition, documentation that he cannot receive the needed care in your country, and documents from the hospital in the US you plan to seek this emergency treatment from that they can provide the treatment and are willing to accept him as a patient.
    Then you would file all of this with your request and wait for an appointment which might take months or a year. Wouldn't you also need a waiver for the deportation?
    Doubtful you would get a visa given your history of deportation and the fact that you have a US citizen child.
    Do you have someone you trust with a valid US visa who you could provide medical power of attorney to and they could accompany the child for the emergency treatment
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    belinda63 got a reaction from Adventine in Emergency for a minor US Citizen   
    If he needs emergency care I suggest you seek medical care in your country. To apply for any type of humanitarian waiver you will need documentation of his condition, documentation that he cannot receive the needed care in your country, and documents from the hospital in the US you plan to seek this emergency treatment from that they can provide the treatment and are willing to accept him as a patient.
    Then you would file all of this with your request and wait for an appointment which might take months or a year. Wouldn't you also need a waiver for the deportation?
    Doubtful you would get a visa given your history of deportation and the fact that you have a US citizen child.
    Do you have someone you trust with a valid US visa who you could provide medical power of attorney to and they could accompany the child for the emergency treatment
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