Is it tax fraud if he has overstayed a visitors visa by 4 or so years but has his own "business" and employees (sub-contractor) and does all this on a tax i.d. number. He also uses a tax credit for a citizen child that he hasnt established paternity yet with and is not on the childs birth certificate?
And you know all this how? If you obtained this information by illegal means, you yourself could face prosecution and/or a lawsuit. And, if you are basing this on belief and assumption only, you could face a lawsuit for libel and defamation.
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How on earth did you obtain these information about someone else?
If he works, pays taxes and claims child tax credit, is that tax fraud?
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This is a duplicated question. Since this is not you, one wonders why you care. If he is here "illegally", he cannot be legal. Often aliens use a TIN to pay taxes which may or may not help them with citizenship down the road. This should be posted in immigration for a better answer.
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