Impact of Coronavirus on Tax Residence and Immigration – a UK and US perspective
We will look at how the travel restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus have resulted in individuals being “stuck” in the UK or the US, and the resulting potential tax and immigration consequences. These can be far reaching for the (i) individual, (ii) any off shore structures they have established and (iii) any employment/self-employment activities they are still required to carry out. Before the discussion we will hold the STEP City Branch AGM. The AGM Notices will be sent to Branch members separately.
Kezia Daley, Immigration Lawyer at Winckworth Sherwood LLP
Kezia advises individuals and businesses on all aspect of UK immigration and nationality law. She has an established reputation for delivering high level client service combined with clear strategic advice relating to all areas of immigration.
Dhana Sabanathan, Private Client Partner at Winckworth Sherwood LLP
Dhana advises UK and non-UK clients on international tax and estate planning. Her clients include high net worth and ultra high net worth individuals, family offices, offshore trustees and entrepreneurs. Dhana is a regular speaker at conferences, and a contributing author to Lexis PSL Private Client.
Julian Nelberg, Partner at Anderson Tax
Julian is Managing Partner and Head of the Private Client group at Anderson Tax in the UK. His clients include international high net worth individuals, senior executives, trusts and companies. He advises on a complete range of UK and US personal tax matters.
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