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Do Vietnamese F-1 students have a reduced capital gains tax in the US?

From what I know, F-1 students that need to pay capital gains tax in the US have a flat rate of 30%, "unless a tax treaty allows for a reduced rate" (according to the IRS). My question is, &...
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Do the French tax authorities require French Forms 5000 and 5002 to be original, or can they be copies/scans?

I wonder whether French Form 5000 (mirror 1, mirror 2) a.k.a. CERFA 5000 and French Form 5002 (mirror) a.k.a. CERFA 5002 need to be original when sent to the French tax authorities (a.k.a. the Fisc),...
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What can I do if my French financial institution refuses to complete their part of French Form 5000 and 5002?

My French financial institution (Sogecap) refuses to complete their part of French Form 5000 (mirror 1, mirror 2) a.k.a. CERFA 5000 and French Form 5002 (mirror) a.k.a. CERFA 5002. This prevents me ...
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Is the signature of a non-US branch of a US financial institution accepted by the French tax authorities for French Form 5000 a.k.a. CERFA 5000?

I am a US tax resident and I am currently outside the United States. I have to complete French Form 5000 (mirror 1, mirror 2) a.k.a. CERFA 5000, which requires to obtain the signature of a "US ...
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What is the deadline for a US bank and the IRS to sign French Form 5000 a.k.a. CERFA 5000?

What is the deadline for a US bank and the IRS to sign French Form 5000 (mirror 1, mirror 2) a.k.a. CERFA 5000? According to the Form 5000 instructions (mirror): Unless otherwise stipulated in the ...
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Do the French tax authorities make exceptions regarding the deadline to complete Form 5000 in case of force majeure (e.g., closed IRS center)?

The IRS currently doesn't give any US Residency Certification Program (a.k.a. Form 6166, which can be obtained by filing Form 8802), according to https://www.irs.gov/forms-pubs/about-form-8802 (mirror)...
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Dollar limit for Canada-US income tax treaty?

I heard a rumor that there is a dollar ceiling around $200,000/year above which the Canada-US income tax treaty doesn't apply, or at least changes its behavior. What could that be referring to?