Invitation Friday, April 19, 2024

Liebe GPWA Mitglieder

wir laden euch herzlich ein zu unserem GPWA-Treffen am

Freitag, 19. April um 18 Uhr


Bussa Financial Partners /

Financial Center for Women

20505 West 12-Mile Rd

Southfield, Michigan 48076

(Einstöckiges dunkelgraues Gebäude südlich von 12-Mile Rd und westlich von Evergreen,

Zusätzliche Parkplätze nebenan verfuegbar)


An expat’s journey through the immigration and tax maze


$35 pro Person (einschließlich Abendessen und Nachtisch)

Bitte möglichst mit Scheck bezahlen, ausgestellt auf GPWA, Inc. sonst mit passendem Bargeld; wir können leider keine Kredit-karten akzeptieren.

Wir treffen uns ab 18 Uhr zum Networking und begleitendem Buffetzum Abendessen,

und unser Vortragbeginnt um 19 Uhr mit anschliessender Diskussionzum Thema.

Wir bitten um verbindliche Reservierung bis spätestens Dienstag, 16. April per Email

an info(at)

unter Mitteilung eurer eventuellen Gäste und ob vegetarische, glutenfreie oder vegane Mahlzeiten gewünscht werden.

Wir freuen uns auf euch!


Kasia Borowicz, CPA

Senior Manager | Global Mobility Tax

Plante & Moran, PLLC,


Betina Schlossberg, JD, LLM

Attorney & Counselor

Schlossberg Legal, PLLC

About Kasia’s Topic:

  • Tax residency in the USA
  • Expatriation for tax purposes,
  • Tax treaties
  • Income sourcing and reporting in the USA, and
  • Foreign related disclosures

About Betina’s Topic:

  • Most common non-immigrant visas
  • Green card possibilities
  • Situation of dependents
  • Naturalization acquisition
  • Leaving the US

About the Speakers:

Kasia Borowicz

I assist my clients during the entire life cycle of the foreign assignment from assignment planning, payroll, and compensation consulting to the preparation of tax returns and tax equalizations, and through repatriation planning. My clients range from high-level executives to large groups of expatriates based around the world. With more than 17 years of experience, my professional expertise includes expatriate taxation (inbound and outbound), international payroll reporting, global mobility policy, as well as managing diverse teams within and outside the United States.

I’m a member of the AICPA and the MICPA, and I graduated from Walsh College with a bachelor’s degree in accountancy.

I was born and raised in Poland and came to the States to study abroad for what I thought would be a relatively short adventure — it turned out to be a life-long commitment. I can say that I continue my studies abroad as I learn something new every day. My own experience of living in a foreign country helps me relate to my clients and guide them through their “adventures” abroad.

Fun fact: My husband and I come from the same hometown, our parents went to the same elementary school, and we share some of the same friends, but we have not met until we were in college, in another city.

Contact Information:

Plante & Moran, PLLC, 2601 Cambridge Ct., Ste. 300, Auburn Hills, MI 48326

Direct Dial: 248.375.7325 | Email:


Betina Schlossberg

I am the Principal Attorney at Schlossberg Legal, a multilanguage boutique firm that specializes in employment-based immigration matters; transactional art matters; as well as legal counseling and legal project management for international clients.

I earned a Bachelor in Laws (LLB) degree from the University of Buenos Aires Facultad de Derecho y Ciencias Sociales in Buenos Aires, Argentina, a Doctor in Laws (JD) from Wayne State University Law School in Detroit, MI, and a Master in Laws (LLM) in International Law from DePaul University College of Law in Chicago, IL.

I am admitted to practice in Michigan and New York. In addition to being an attorney, I am a Civil Mediator. I am the Immediate Past Chair of the State Bar of Michigan Section of International Law and hold various leadership positions at the American Bar Association International Law Section.  I came to the United States on an L-2 visa planning to stay for 4 years. That was 1998.

Contact Information:

Schlossberg Legal, PLLC


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