The Melting Impôt: The Intersection Between Immigration and Tax

September 23, 2017
9:00 AM  -  10:30 AM

Hosted by the Tax Committee

NY CLE: 1.5 Credits in Areas of Professional Practice, Transitional/Non-Transitional

Program Chair: Rebecca M. Ulich-Balinskas (Morrison & Foerster LLP)


Eunkyong Choi (New York City’s Tax Advocate, NYC Department of Finance Taxpayer Advocate’s Office)

Frank Agostino (President, Agostino & Associates, PC)

Brenda Stuart-Luke (Internal Revenue Service Tax Specialist, Communications & Liaison, Internal Revenue Service)

Darol Tucker (Brooklyn Local Taxpayer Advocate, Office of the National Taxpayer Advocate, Internal Revenue Service)

Moderator: Sunny Mangal, Student Attorney, The Office of the Taxpayer Advocate – NYC Department of Finance

Many immigrant and English as a Second Language (ESL) taxpayers are unaware of their taxpayer rights and responsibilities, often unaware of different benefit programs that they may be entitled to, or how to pursue relief.  Language and cultural barriers often exacerbate accessing these services.  This panel discusses tax issues faced by many immigrant and ESL taxpayers so that they can take charge and lead change.

Written materials: Melting Impot