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For a very short time, yes. If your Canadian company sends you from Canada to the UK to do a job for them for 14 days, that's fine. At some you will need to pay taxes in the UK. I assume that tax will be subtracted from your Canadian taxes because there is likely some treaty to avoid double taxation. If you have always been living in the UK, then you pay UK ...


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According to W-7 instructions, option "g" ("Dependent/spouse of a nonresident alien holding a U.S. visa") is only for dependents of nonresident aliens, or spouses of nonresident aliens before 2018. In most cases, nonresident aliens cannot claim dependents, so this option is rarely used. If you were to apply for an ITIN, it would have to ...


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It seems correct. The money is Germany-sourced income since it is work income (bonus) from work performed in Germany (even though the money was received in a different year than when the work was performed). Therefore, it should be taxable in Germany no matter where you live. It seems that your complaint is that the fact that it is taxable in 2020 instead of ...


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