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Old 15-02-2020, 09:31 PM   #1774
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Hi BBCWatcher, I was recently admitted to a US university for a master degree, which typically recommends the students to undergo an internship before graduation (and I plan to get some working experience over there as well). For some background, I'm an Indonesian national and a Singapore PR.

I recall that I've signed forms with banks/brokers stating that I'm not a US resident, US person or resident alien (I can't recall the exact terms), would working or doing paid internships and therefore paying US taxes change this?
Whatíll be your U.S. visa type?

About the Singapore 6 month T bill, is the cut-off yield that is announced at close of auction the yield the successful applicant will receive?
If you place a noncompetitive bid, yes. Thatís the only type of bid individual investors should be making.
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