Determination of Residency and Non-Residency for U.S. Tax Purposes

For aliens, U.S. tax law provides two tests for determining whether or not an alien is a tax resident of the U.S. during a particular year. If the conditions of either test are met, the alien is a U.S. tax resident for some or all of that year. These two tests are known as the “green card test” and the “substantial presence test.”
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