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  • Are You a New U.S. Taxpayer? Should You File a Tax Return?

    I am new to working and paying taxes in the U.S. - why should I file a tax return? Who can get a tax refund? What is my status? Am I a Resident or Nonresident Alien? Answers to these questions and much more are in this document. (You must have a PDF reader on your computer to open this document. To get Adobe’s PDF Reader, click on the Get Adobe Reader icon to download.) Content Detail

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    Legal Services Alabama
  • Can Immigrants Get Unemployment Compensation?

    Which immigrant groups can get state unemployment compensation? Which groups can get federal unemployment? Read this document for answers to these questions and much more. (You must have a PDF reader on your computer to open this document. To get Adobe’s PDF Reader, click on the Get Adobe Reader icon to download.) Content Detail

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    National Employment Law Project
  • La Elegibilidad de los Inmigrantes para Cobrar Desempleo

    Página informativa para trabajadores - Spanish/Español version of Can Immigrants Get Unemployment Compensation? (Note that this is a Microsoft Word document - You must have Microsoft Word on your computer to open this document.) Content Detail

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    National Employment Law Project
  • Living in the United States: A Guide for Immigrant Youth

    Do you know your immigration status? Do you know how to get a green card? Do you know how to get an I.D. or driver's license? Do you know how to get public benefits? Read this booklet for answers to these questions and much more. Also in Spanish/Español Read More

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    Immigrant Legal Resource Center
  • What is the Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN)?

    What is an ITIN? What is an ITIN used for? Who needs an ITIN? How do I know if I need one? Can I use an ITIN to get work? Read this document for answers to these questions and more. This information also available in more than 50 other languages. Read More

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    National Employment Law Project
  • Working in the United States

    Not only are many foreigners are interested in working in the U.S., the U.S. also welcomes skilled foreign workers. However, foreigners need to obtain permission to work here. There are different employment categories and the requirements for each category are different. Read this for information on Non-immigrant Workers, Permanent Workers and Other Workers. Content Detail

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    American Immigration Center