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How is the University of Virginia regarded by other countries outside of the U.S.?
When I returned to Malaysia, my birthplace after UVa in 1980, I couldn’t get a job as a teller’s supervisor.They hadn’t heard of the fine University then and I don’t think much has changed on this front.2 years later I was easily accepted into a job in what I wanted and excelled in at UVa • banking, at DBS Bank in Singapore.The world was then in a worse epistemological mess than it is today.UVa (and Virginia too) is a well kept secret outside of the US.
How to fill the apple U.S tax form  (W8BEN iTunes Connect) for indie developers?
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Can an adult person born outside of the U.S. and out of wedlock to a U.S. citizen father get a U.S. passport?
I remember when I was pregnant and considering giving birth abroad I researched what I would have to do to get my child’s birth certificate and passport. There was no question she could get it, I just wanted to be armed with the information so I could do it as quickly as possible after she was born. But in doing the research, I found a very interesting bit of information.If an American woman gave birth out of wedlock and overseas, the child did not necessarily get citizenship. Meanwhile if an American man claimed a child born overseas to a non-American woman, the child automatically received citizenship. I was shocked by this and reread it over and over again to make sure I was understanding it correctly. It was obviously an out-of-date policy which has hopefully been changed. I was married, so it didn’t really apply to me, but I was a bit offended that it existed and I did write my senator and representatives about it.I don’t know if this helps at all. I believe your father would have to claim you and probably these days, his name would have to be on your birth certificate and/or you would have to have DNA proof he was your father, especially if you were already an adult. But if you have an American parent, you have the right to claim citizenship. It just might not be easy and straightforward at this point in time.
As a non-U.S. resident alien and I form a U.S. LLC for personal services work out of the country, do I owe U.S. Tax?
Please note that I am making assumptions about your specific situation in this answer. You still might want to have a conversation with a US tax professional to discuss the specifics. If any of the assumed facts are not accurate, then this answer may not be accurate. Also sitting here on Jan 24, 2022. I think it is very reasonable to expect there will be changes to US tax laws in the near future. The last major re-write of US federal tax laws was in 1986, pre-internet. I expect to see much more clearly defined rules and possible changes in what is and is not taxable income in the US.General rule is that income from services performed by individuals outside the US is not considered US sourced income. If you are the sole owner of the LLC and made no corporate elections, then the LLC is a disregarded entity, which just means it is taxed as an extension of you personally, so the LLC would not have US sourced income nor owe US income tax.Note that you will most certainly have a state level franchise tax you owe and there could possibly be other state level taxes, but US federal income tax should not apply.
For the new 2022 W8-BEN-E form to be filled out by companies doing business as a seller on the Amazon USA website, do I fill out a U.S. TIN, a GIIN, or a foreign TIN?
You will need to obtain an EIN for the BC corporation, however, I would imagine a W8-BEN is not appropriate for you, if you are selling through Amazon FBA. The FBA program generally makes Amazon your agent in the US, which means any of your US source income, ie anything sold to a US customer is taxable in the US. W8-BEN is asserting that you either have no US sourced income or that income is exempt under the US/Canadian tax treaty. Based on the limited knowledge I have of your situation, but if you are selling through the FBA program, I would say you don’t qualify to file a W8-BEN, but rather should be completing a W8-ECI and your BC corporation should be filing an 1120F to report your US effectively connected income.
How does the militia situation in Oregon look to people outside of the U.S.?
It's not really being covered. The one Norwegian commentary can be summarized as "americans can be crazy in subtly different ways"I follow a lot of Norwegian media, but I only became aware of this militia thing through commentary on US apps and forums, not through mainstream media. Doing a search now, I can find a couple mentions and one commentary, but it's clearly regarded as a curiosity. In contrast, Obamas tears and US commentary on it, including Donald Trump's, got covered a lot. I guess we can only stomach one gun-related US story at a time.  Summarizing the one newspaper commentary I found, by Anders Giever in VG, Norway's largest newspaper, it goes something like this: It's not like we understand the USA, but I visited Oregon's neighbouring states  seven years ago, so let me try anyway...There is an american conservatism quite different from that of Donald TrumpThey feel the state has taken their land, for decades.Bad guys flocked to the area. The KKK and Timothy McWeigh kind.These occupants are a bit crazy, but not as crazy as we are used to from the US. They're not the baddest guys. I read something about the sagebrush rebellion, but I can't explain what it was.If you strip away the guns and right-wing rhetorics, these crazy occupants look more like the crazy guys on the norwegian left, with political and environmental issues not unlike that in rural Norway.  Implied: I'm a journalist that's spent my whole life in the Norwegian capital. I think rural norwegians are half-crazy rednecks too. See? we're not that different This was the accompanying drawing:
How do U.S./American citizens or expatriates residing permanently outside the U.S.A. file income tax reports to the American IRS?
US citizens who reside permanently outside the US are still required to file About Form 1040 U.S. Individual Income Tax Return annually.In the majority of clients I deal with in this exact situation, there is typically no tax due, because they can take advantage of foreign tax credits, tax treaty benefits and foreign earned income exclusion, but that does not relieve you of the obligation to still file a return with the IRS.Some DIY tax software may be able to prepare and transmit the return for you, but my personal opinion is you would be better off to use the services of a US tax professional who is familiar with expatriate taxation in the US.Pretty much everything to prepare a US tax return can be done electronically these days. I myself have clients in 15 different countries many of whom I will probably never meet face to face, but I prepare and transmit their US tax returns every year.
Can a person living outside of the US submit his scripts (written in English) in the U.S.? How can I introduce my movie scripts to American agencies?
Most agencies are already inundated with unsolicited scripts. They don’t take on clients that have not sold scripts or had them produced. They want to make money by helping you find buyers, but to do that they need to see you have a proven track record of already doing that. They are not a way in, they are a way to continue the career you have started. The best route for you is to look into film festivals that accept screenplays, win laurels, win other contests and when you are good enough, enter into the Nichol’s Fellowship run by the Academy (Oscars). Check out Film Festivals, Screenplay Contests, Submissions for international contests. Good luck.
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