You may be a resident alien even if you had no green card at all during the year and it wasn't taken away by abandonment or the courts, if you met the "substantial presence" test in the US. These are complex rules and you should be sure you are still not considered a resident alien.
If you were not, then you need to make estimated payments on income earned income. The amount you need to pay in as estimated taxes depends upon many factors including, amount of income, tax treaties, etc.
We have tax treaties with many countries so that needs review as well. I certainly hope you get good tax advice during the year and at tax preparation time to make sure you do everything correctly.
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My colleague is correct - might be worth your time to simply give him a call and retain his services to get an estimate of your tax liability.
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