If Your Spouse is a non-US Citizen…

Yes, go get ’em that permanent residency card.

But you don’t need to rush to citizenship.

If you have an atypical situation (e.g. living abroad, foreign spouse, deferred income, a sudde influx of income) that is a signal that you have to get creative.

Conventional advice works for conventional situtations.

This post isn’t specifically about having a foreigner be a part-owner of your business (but that Twitter–or X.com–thread definitely is interesting).

It’s really about noticing what is different about you and your personal circumstances, and pondering how that might actually be your advantage.

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