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The Federal Court of Appeal ruled in the case of Allchin v. H.M.Q. that a Canadian citizen with a US Green Card who lived in Canada and worked in the US and filed tax returns in the US on her worldwide income might be a dual resident and be subject to the residence provisions of the Canada-US Income Tax Treaty.

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