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Tax Issues for Immigration Practitioners

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Attendance at trainings is limited to staff of NYIC member agencies and the staff of government agencies, BIA-recognized agencies, and 501(c) nonprofit organizations that provide legal services under the direct supervision of an immigration attorney.

Date: Thursday, April 7, 2011 Time: 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

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This training is designed to help immigration practitioners understand their clients' tax returns. How tax returns might affect immigration cases, and why obtaining immigration status can translate into substantial low-income tax benefits. Why do your clients file as head of household, can they file married filing separate, and who qualifies as a dependent? Identifying and fixing crooked tax returns. Claiming retroactive refunds after the clients obtain Social Security numbers. The training will be conducted by Samuel C. Rock, Esq., of the Rock Law Group, PLC/co-founder of Rock & Hardin Tax Professionals/co-founder Haitian Tax Project (Brooklyn, NY) and former Director of ITIN Business Program at Jackson Hewitt. CLE Credit: 2 credits in professional practice. This course provides transitional credit for newly admitted attorneys and non-transitional credit for experienced attorneys.

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