Podcast – Who is a Resident Alien Under United States Tax Law? | LEGAL THOUGHTS

What is a nonresident alien? What is a resident alien? And what is the difference, if any, between these terms? We often hear these terms thrown around but what does they actually mean in U.S. tax law? Listen along to this podcast as Attorney Coleman Jackson discusses these terms as it pertains to United States tax law.

Podcast – Liability of Remote Sellers to Collect, Remit and Report Texas Sales Taxes After Wayfair? | LEGAL THOUGHTS

While you may not have heard about the case of South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc., the Supreme Court’s decision in this case might affect you. What did the Supreme court decide? What is Wayfair? And the most critical question of all is the: Liability of Remote Sellers to Collect, Remit and Report Texas Sales Taxes After Wayfair? Listen along as Attorney Coleman Jackson answer these pressing tax questions.

Podcast – Employment Authorizations for Immigrants: Who Qualifies and How to Apply?| LEGAL THOUGHTS

What is an Employment Authorization? Who qualifies to get employment authorization? How do you apply? Listen along to this podcast as Attorney Coleman Jackson answers these and other questions as they pertain to United States immigration law.

Podcast – Does unemployment compensation recipients have to pay federal taxes on the money received resulting from Covid-19? | LEGAL THOUGHTS

The Covid-19 Pandemic and the loss of millions of jobs have left many unemployed people applying for unemployment compensation for the first time in their lives. It has been frustrating; it has been heartbreaking and; for many, it has been confusing. One of the critical questions: Does unemployment compensation recipients have to pay federal taxes on the money received resulting from Covid-19? Listen along as Attorney Coleman Jackson answer this pressing tax question.

Podcast – Did Your Families ITINs Expire In 2019? | LEGAL THOUGHTS

This particular episode of Legal Thoughts is a podcast where the Attorney, Coleman Jackson is being interviewed by Mayra Torres, the Public Relations Associate of Coleman Jackson, P.C.

The topic of discussion is “Potentially Over 2 Million ITINs Expired at the End of 2019:  Did your families ITINs expire in 2019.”

IMMIGRATION PROTECTIONS FOR CRIME AND ABUSE VICTIMS

Under U.S. law an immigrant who is the victim of crime and abuse could be eligible to become a lawful permanent resident (get a green card) if they or themselves or child or parent are a victim of a crime or extreme cruelty under certain circumstances.

Foreign Agricultural H-2A Visa Workers on American Farms During Covid-19 National Emergency

The H-2A foreign agricultural workers visa; known as H-2A is more in the public eye right now due to the media’s focus on the rise of Covid-19 cases in meat packing plants, on farms and in rural America potentially resulting in food supply chain disruptions. The concern of the coronavirus’ disruption of the food supply is very real and it is of grave concern to the well being of farmers’ bringing their goods to market and to their fellow citizens ability to feed their families.

Some Things About Contracts While Sheltering from the Unknown Virus like Covid-19

A contract is an enforceable promise under the law.  That means that if you agree to do something for consideration and the other party either performs or changes their position in any material way, the law will compel you to do what you promised to do or demand that you pay the performing party compensation of some kind.