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Investing/Stock trading on R-1 Visa

Discussion in 'Temporary Visas - OTHER Than The Ones Mentioned' started by lordmuggins, Feb 22, 2012.

  1. lordmuggins

    lordmuggins Registered Users (C)

    Hi there,

    I'm an R-1 visa holder with a SSN. But, I want to make some investments (options trading). Perhaps a few trades a month, but nothing too extreme. Not much in dollar amounts, likely under $10k

    Do you know if I'm likely to receive issues? I understand e*trade will send me a 1099 and I must report Schedule D for my profits/losses.

    I've tried googling etc, but there seems to be little/none on the subject regarding R-1. A lot out there for H1-B, but even this isn't set in stone.

    Thanks
  2. ghee108

    ghee108 Registered Users (C)

    Investing is not the same as working.

    You shouldn't have any problem.

    Just make sure you report any profits/losses on your taxes.

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