When Internal Revenue Service auditors examine a business for the purpose of determining worker classification, the Service will generally follow the United States Supreme Court’s 1947 decision in a case called, United States vs. Silk. The cost for misclassification of workers can be tremendous. Noncompliant entities could be eligible for certain safe-harbor provisions of the Internal Revenue Code.
Green Card Holders who desire to get Green Cards for their Spouses and Children (unmarried and under 21 year olds) need to file the appropriate applications and supporting documentation on behalf of their spouses or children beginning August 1, 2013.
A Mexican Land Trust is commonly referred to as the ‘fideicomiso’. What is a fideicomiso? Well in short, a Mexican Land Trust is how non-Mexican persons hold residential real property located in restricted zones in Mexico. By the constitutional laws of Mexico, non-Mexican persons cannot directly own residential real property in “restricted zones” of Mexico. Therefore many foreign nationals hold residential real property in Mexican Land Trust or ‘fideicomiso’.