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 TPS tax confusion
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Posted on 11-15-16 12:19 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hi everyone,

I have heard , people who are using TPS EAD not need to pay the social security, medicare taxes from their salary because it is just a temporary status and we are not a citizen or green card holder. Please provide me any information you know or links. I really need to have the information ASAP.

Thanks,

 
Posted on 11-15-16 12:58 PM     [Snapshot: 26]     Reply [Subscribe]
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You need not to pay social security and medicare tax, but you will have to pay federal and state tax.
 
Posted on 11-15-16 1:18 PM     [Snapshot: 54]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Yes that's what I thought but I am not finding online information or proof. Cause I need to give it to my manager. They don't accept verbal info.
 
Posted on 11-15-16 1:23 PM     [Snapshot: 62]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Well, I know someone who is working under TPS and has Social Security, Retirement, medicare etc. all are deducted from the monthly paycheck
 
Posted on 11-15-16 1:28 PM     [Snapshot: 70]     Reply [Subscribe]
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https://www.irs.gov/individuals/international-taxpayers/aliens-employed-in-the-u-s-social-security-taxes

"The exemption does not apply to nonimmigrants in F-1, J-1, M-1, or Q-1/Q-2 status who change nonimmigrant status to a status which is not exempt or to a special protected status."


The taxes have to be paid.
 
Posted on 11-17-16 5:16 PM     [Snapshot: 274]     Reply [Subscribe]
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This depends on if you are a permanent resident for tax purposes or not.

You can determine your status here.
http://www.form1040nr.com/Residentstatus.php

If you a permanent resident for tax purposes, you have to pay all the taxes as a permanent resident (even though you are not a permanent resident).
 


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