I have a situation I need to discus with you about my taxes
so I need to explain my personal
background in the order to make clear my issue. I born in California
Los Angeles in 1966 I come from a family which never was illegal in the USA and I proud to be American and I detest and reject any form
of illegal practice. I never married. I have to move to Mexico from 2009 to the present because I could not found any job after I graduate from the university, but I still have an a legal address which is my brother's place in Illinois and in fact I still have my Illinois driver license. I have a wonderful family that always helping me in anything they can, but some times they might be misinformed.
My first question is: My uncle who runs a business in Mexico invite me to work with him; therefore, he helped me to issue an FM3 document. The situation is that he never pay me, and on each renovation of my work permit (FM3) he gave the constitutional letter of the business where I was working and a hiring letter where my uncle informed to INM (Instituto Nacional de Migracion) that I was working and receiving 20000 pesos per month. I believe that getting the FM3 was a big mistake because I could request an FM2 since I have relatives living in Mexico. Today FM3 become “Permiso de residente temporal” and I think the FM2 become “Permanente” I can not declare to IRS
anything because I did not get paid or gain any income
in all my stay in Mexico. It was OK for me because I was helping on taking care of my grandmother. But now, I started to be worried about my situation with IRS. How this situation will affect me with my taxes? Is this situation will create problem to my uncle?.
My second question is that my family will donate to me a property
. How that will affect me with the IRS? I want to sell this property to have enough money to buy me a house in Illinois which is what I dream to do.
My third question is I want to buy products in USA, and sell them in Mexico how the taxation
will work Do I have to pay taxes to “Hacienda” and the IRS?