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    Здравствуйте. Я студент по визе J-1. Работаю легально на чек. Пару недель назад получил письмо, в нем говорилось в возврате пенсионного налога.
    Пришел в офис компании, спросил что да как. В ответ дали заполнить форму и сказали, что в ближайшее время деньги не получить. Хочется узнать подробнее про эти пенсионные отчисления. И можно ли их как то забрать. Заранее спасибо.




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    If you are a foreign student or scholar on an F- 1 or J- 1 visa, and if you are also a nonresident alien for federal income tax purposes, you are exempt from Social Security (FICA) taxes (including Medicare tax) on income earned in the United States.
    • F-1 or J-1 students usually become residents for federal tax purposes after five years in the US.
    • J-1 scholars usually become residents after two years, including any prior time spent as an F-1 or J-1 visa holder.
    If you are an F or J visa holder who is considered a resident alien for tax purposes, your wages are subject to Social Security (FICA) and unemployment (FUTA) taxes on the same terms which apply to US citizens. J-2 and H visa holders, whether resident or nonresident, are also subject to Social Security tax. Social Security tax and benefits apply to US permanent residents on the same basis as US citizens.
    Regardless of immigration or tax residency status, income from the following is not subject to Social Security tax:
    • Services performed by an enrolled student for the school he/she regularly attends during the school year.
    • Services performed for state or local government, unless an agreement with the federal government is involved
    • Services performed for a foreign government
    • Services performed for an international organization
    Им просто лень шевелиться наверное и отдавать из своих.

    Employer Agrees to Refund Taxes Wrongly Withheld
    Occasionally Social Security tax is withheld in error. If your employer has already withheld Social Security taxes from you, you should ask the employer to refund the taxes to you. The employer can deduct the amount refunded to you from the company's next Social Security tax payment to the Internal Revenue Service and no further action is required from you.
    Employer Does Not Agree to Refund Taxes Wrongly Withheld
    In case your employer is unable to stop withholding or refund Social Security taxes wrongly withheld, you can obtain a Social Security tax refund from the Internal Revenue Service (a process that can take more than six months). Prepare the following documents and mail the application to the IRS to regain wrongly withheld Social Security taxes:
    1. Completed IRS Form 843, Claim for Refund and Request for Abatement
    2. Completed IRS Form 8316, Information Regarding Request for Refund of Social Security Tax Erroneously Withheld on Wages Received by a Nonresident Alien on an F, J, or M Type Visa
    3. Copy of your W-2 Form(s)
    4. Copy of your most recent nonresident income tax return (if available)
    5. Copy of your I-94 Form – front & back (it’s the small white card generally stapled in your passport)
    6. Copy of your I-20 or DS-2019 Form – front & back
    7. Copy of your permission to work in the US (EAD card, CPT authorization, etc)
    8. A written statement from your employer showing the amount of refund requested and the amount (if any) reimbursed by the employer. If you cannot obtain such a statement, you must verify that you have contacted your employer and that the employer was unable to assist you with the refund
    IRS Forms can be downloaded at: http://www.irs.gov/formspubs/.
    Mailing Instructions
    Make a copy of your application and mail all above documents via courier to return receipt to the IRS at:
    Internal Revenue Service Center
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19255
    Do not mail this application with your annual Federal Income Tax Returns.

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