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  1. State Taxes: Re: Amending (Very) Old Tax Returns for Foreign Tax Credit

    I wanted to pop back in to say thank you for the help! And also to clarify things.

    Yep, the pay slips/salary statements should show this; I'm also attempting to specifically ask the HR people...
  2. State Taxes: Amending (Very) Old Tax Returns for Foreign Tax Credit

    This is actually a question that involves both state (North Carolina) and federal issues, but the State issues are more of what I'm concerned with.

    Long story short: for seven months (October 2011...
  3. State Taxes: Re: Rejected North Carolina Return Issue (from 2015)

    Knew that and did calculate the interest (at 5% p.a.) from the April date.
  4. State Taxes: Re: Rejected North Carolina Return Issue (from 2015)

    I did pay both the penalties (failure to pay) and interest along with the balance due when I filed the return in October. I probably should, indeed, have paid with the extension request in August....
  5. State Taxes: What to Do After a State Tax Return is Rejected

    My question involves tax law for the state of: North Carolina

    So, after some very complicated stuff in a previous year due to moving abroad, foreign income exclusion, multiple state returns, and...
  6. Tourist Visas: Re: Does a Police Caution for Fraud Fall Under the Petty Offense Exception

    (Sorry for the delayed response)

    If you were arrested for a crime involving moral turpitude, conviction or not (or seen as a conviction or otherwise), that alone means that you must have a visa to...
  7. Speeding Tickets: Re: When is Speeding Charged as a Misdemeanor or Infraction

    If you plead guilty, your license WILL be suspended: speeding over 80 mph (or exceeding the speed limit by more than 15 mph at a travelled speed of 55 mph or greater) carries a mandatory 30-day...
  8. Re: Speeding Violation While Passing Another Vehicle on Single Lane Highway in Ohio

    Ohio also has an absolute maximum speed limit (unless otherwise posted) on a two-lane road of 55 mph. No exceptions for passing.


    (Division (B)(9) permits the posting of 60 mph zones on two-lane...
  9. State Taxes: Tax Filing Requirement with Foreign Earned Income Exclusion

    My question involves tax law for the state of: North Carolina

    I'm a US citizen domiciled in NC but who's currently studying in Luxembourg. After having lived abroad for an entire tax year with all...
  10. Driver's License Issues: Re: Replacing a U.S. Driver's License After Moving Out of the Country

    Indeed. And, in fact, I am a student in Luxembourg. Residence status regulations are a bit odd here, but the underlying thing is that I have neither an indefinite-duration work contract, indefinite...
  11. Driver's License Issues: Re: Replacing a U.S. Driver's License After Moving Out of the Country

    Fair enough, though my confusion is mostly that I assumed it's a situation similar to when I lived in Ohio as a student where, despite living in Ohio, my domicile remained NC. I'm in Luxembourg on a...
  12. Driver's License Issues: Replacing a U.S. Driver's License After Moving Out of the Country

    My question involves a driver's license issued by the State of: North Carolina

    Since I'm now living in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, I had to switch my North Carolina license for a Luxembourgish...
  13. Marriage: Re: Should My Wife Overstay Her I-20 We Wait for Adjustment Status

    F1 status does have a 60-day grace period in general upon program completion, and the program completion date is the date certified by the school as the date on which your wife receives her diploma...
  14. Other Issues: Re: What Happens if an International Student Gets a Divorce and Wants to Remarry

    Unless your fiancé qualifies for F1, H, or another status on his own, the only way is if your fiancé becomes your husband: F2 dependent visas are not available for fiancé(e)s.
  15. Tourist Visas: Re: Date of Departure Problem

    Let's clear something up.

    A visa does not permit you to stay in the United States. A visa allows you to report to an immigration officer at a port of entry and request admission to the United...
  16. Vandalism and Mischief: Re: What is the Punishment for Damage to Property

    No jail time is possible. Wisconsin has three kinds of offenses: felonies, misdemeanors, and forfeitures (other states would likely call them infractions/violations). Forfeitures in Wisconsin do not...
  17. Expungement and Sealing: Re: How to Clear an Arrest Record Based on Factual Innocence

    GS 15A-146 is the statute providing for expungement based on either a dismissal or a not guilty verdict. And, in NC, expungement does "destroy" the record, so it treats it as the event never happened...
  18. Speeding Tickets: Re: First Time Speeding Ticket Received by a Teenager

    1.) Possibly, but you should see a lawyer. Officially, the fine is only $35, but the court costs are $200, so having the fine reduced won't do much.
    2.) Not likely because of NC's surcharge system....
  19. Other Issues: Do You Have to Pay Duty or Import Taxes on a Work Computer

    I'm living and working in Luxembourg and will be going back to the US in about a week and change for a conference. I've been living in Luxembourg for almost 9 months now. Problem is that I have a...
  20. Expungement and Sealing: Re: Can You Expunge an Adult Criminal Record After Expunging a Juvenile Record

    Problem is that it's slightly outdated: per GS §15A-145.5, it is possible to expunge a single nonviolent felony or misdemeanor conviction. But it's not possible if the defendant has ever benefited...
  21. Other Education Visas: Re: What Type of Visa Do You Need to Attend a Training Assigment

    From a first look, you're describing an internship, and doing an internship of any kind in the US generally requires J1 status, not B1 stats (a B1 visa is for a business visit). You definitely should...
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    Removal (Deportation) and Reentry: Re: Entry After 10 Year Ban for an Aggravated Felony

    The issue is that attempted robbery could fall under the definition of a crime involving moral turpitude, which carries in and of itself a lifetime re-entry bar without a waiver. So, even were it not...
  23. Driver's License Issues: Re: US Driver Resident Abroad with a Foreign License

    Part of it is that I'll be in Ohio first (for a conference) before returning to NC; the other part is that Luxembourg prohibits any person from having more than one license (valid or expired!) at a...
  24. Driver's License Issues: Does Getting a Foreign Driver's License Invalidate a U.S. License

    My question involves a driver's license issued by the State of: North Carolina

    I recently moved from the US to abroad; I have a valid NC license in good standing. As I now live in Luxembourg, I'm...
  25. Retailers: Unfulfilled Preorder from an Out-Of-Business Store

    My question involves a consumer law issue in the State of: Ohio

    Back in November 2014, I paid $90 at a local hobby store for a pre-order of an MTG product due to come out the next month. It's...
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