Re: Moving to Oahu and get a job




Jerry Okamura wrote:

> What is a non-resident alien?

<http://www.irs.gov/taxtopics/tc851.html>

" Topic 851 - Resident and Non=96Resident Aliens

> If you are in this country, by definition you are a resident of the
> country you are in, it seems to me.

It's not that simple.

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