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sunset in Bangkok, showing the skytrain and modern skyline down Thanon Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra, taken from the corner of Thanon Silom, with the Empire Tower and the Chong Nonsi BTS Station at the left side - FATCA Workshop for Expats

FATCA Solutions Workshop for Expats

International FATCA Experts from Fairbrook Alliance introduce you to a lesser known, completely legal section of IRS code that does not require full disclosure reporting by US person and US dollar entity. This FATCA registration delivers a massive number of immediate and continuous benefits which are discussed in our workshops. Protect Your Non-US Person Spouse […]

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Acquiring a Tax ID (CPF) Number in Brazil

The Brazilian Individual Taxpayer Registry (CPF) stands for “Cadastro de Pessoa Fisica” and it is a fundamental document for Brazilian nationals or foreigners. It is mandatory for individuals who are planning to own properties and investments in Brazil subject to public registration, such as real state; vehicles; bank accounts; and etc. The process of applying […]

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Citizenship Investment Programs

Citizenship by Investment, often referred to as Immigrant Investor Programs are created by governments to attract investment capital and business people by granting the right of residence and citizenship. The level in which one can become a citizen varies by state and is at the discretion of governments. The majority of states with such policies […]

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How to Renounce Your Citizenship

How does one go about renouncing citizenship? It’s not as easy as burning your old passport. Practices vary from country to country, with some examples below. Canada Canadian regulations offer a comparatively easy renunciation process. The first step, ticking off six boxes on the list of eligibility criteria, promises to be relatively straightforward. This will […]

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Top 3 South American Jus Soli countries

A quick guide to 3 Jus Soli jurisdictions in South America What qualifies as a top jurisdiction? It should Be “taken seriously” geopolitically. It is difficult to predict what the world will look in 20 years but this is just simple risk management if only for the impression that the passport will give. Have a […]

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