Special Announcement

 

 

Information Seminars

WBFN sponsors a series of seminars on topics relevant for WBG families relocating to Washington DC. These seminars are offered periodically and cover the following: US Estate Planning and Taxation, Immigration Options for G4 Dependents, Pensions, US Income Tax, and Work Authorization for G4 dependents. Recordings of previous events are available on our YouTube channel.

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Disability Seminars
Disability Seminars - These will be useful even for individuals across a lifespan that can experience disability.Today’s families have great expectations, along with fears and anxieties.
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202-473-8751
disability@wbfn-global.org
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Year End Tax Planning
Year-end Income Tax Planning
Income tax planning and compliance for non-US citizens holding G4 Visas, and US Citizen/Green Card Holders 
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The World Bank J Building Room J1-050
701 18 St NW
Washington DC 20006
United States
202-473-2394
familynetwork@worldbank.org
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Planning Your Next Move
Planning Your Next Move
Come and join us to become better prepared for your next move.  
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The World Bank J Building Room J3-101
701 18th St NW
Washington DC 20006
United States
202-473-8751
familynetwork@worldbank.org
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G4 Visa holder and US Income Tax compliance
US Income Tax for G4 Visa Holders
 Learn about income tax planning and compliance for non-US citizens holding G4 Visas.
More Info
The World Bank J Building Room J1-050
701 18th St NW
Washington DC 20006
United States
202-473-8751
familynetwork@worldbank.org
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Taxes and Green cards
Tax Matters to Consider before Getting a Green Card
Income Taxation of those Transitioning from G-4 to Green Card Holder
More Info
The World Bank J Building J1-050
701 18th St NW
Washington DC 20006
United States
202-473-8751
familynetwork@worldbank.org
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Challenges Confronting Adoptive Families
Challenges Confronting Adoptive Families: A Look Across the Life Span
Challenges Confronting Adoptive Families: A Look Across the Life Span.
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Washington DC 20006
USA
202-473-8751
familynetwork@worldbank.org