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Old 09-12-2013, 08:53 PM
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Tax amount differences between H1B visa holders and green card holders and what are the things need to be changed after GC

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I am currently in H1B visa and processing my Green Card through marriage also.. I pay taxes every year . Now my question, will there be any change in Tax amount after I get my GC? Does the GC lower the taxes or more than H1B visa holder ? I work in IT and pay a good amount of taxes from my every pay check. I would also like to know once I receive the Green Card, what are the things my employer need to do to convert me from H1 to GC holder..in case if you have any idea please let me know.



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