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taxwanderer1
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I was in the US from 2017 - 2022 on an F1 Visa, and then I left the US when F1 Status ended. I returned on B2 visa and want to see what taxes I may owe.

I was in the US from 2017 - 2022 on an F1 Visa, and then I left the US when F1 Status ended. I returned on B2 visa in November of 2022 and left in April of 2023. I then came back in May of 2023 and left in June of 2023 on B2. I then came back in December of 2023 and left in Jan 2024 on B2. Then I came back in February of 2024 and left in March of 2024 on B2.

 

I don't have tax residency elsewhere as I travel full-time. My income is from a US based remote job where I'm a contractor. What taxes may I owe in the US for 2023 if I only came on B2 during holidays, but still have a US based remote job when I'm out of the country.

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Vanessa A
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I was in the US from 2017 - 2022 on an F1 Visa, and then I left the US when F1 Status ended. I returned on B2 visa and want to see what taxes I may owe.

How you file will depend on if you are considered a resident for US tax purposes or not.  If you are not, then you would need to file a 1040NR which could be done through Sprintax.com.

 

If you are a US resident for tax purposes, then all of your income from all sources worldwide would need to be included on your return.  

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taxwanderer1
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I was in the US from 2017 - 2022 on an F1 Visa, and then I left the US when F1 Status ended. I returned on B2 visa and want to see what taxes I may owe.

I understand. I'm trying to see if I am considered a US Tax resident based on my travels and visa status

DMarkM1
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I was in the US from 2017 - 2022 on an F1 Visa, and then I left the US when F1 Status ended. I returned on B2 visa and want to see what taxes I may owe.

You will need to count your days of US presence that were not exempt (F-status) and determine if you meet the substantial presence test.  Here is a link to help you determine your status.

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