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Since 2009, France and the UK have a double taxation treaty (https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/france-tax-treaties) So, you have to pay your yearly tax in the country you spend at least 183 days (half the year+1). Then, you can deduct what you've paid in the other country with the double taxation treaty. I am familiar with this situation concerning ...


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F1 students are allowed to teach online courses in the University they are attached to (i.e., the I-20 issuing institution) if they follow the same paperwork and regulations as for offline courses (e.g., permitted up to 20 hours per week during the school year and more than 20 hours when school is not in session). Source: I was a non-American student in the ...


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