Find out how to apply for a US Individual Tax Identification Number, or ITIN. Also be sure to find out the necessary steps you have to follow when sending a tax return with your ITIN application.
All US Citizens/Residents/Green cards holders need to file their US personal tax return [Form 1040] and Foreign person (i.e., Non-US Citizens/residents] with USA-based income need to file their Non-resident Alien tax return [Form 1040NR]
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Form W-7 is used to apply for a USTAXID or often referred to as ITIN [Individual Tax Identification Number], This application process is required for non-citizens who aren’t eligible to receive a Social Security number but need to file a federal tax return with the IRS for income from US sources. A common scenario includes a foreign person with a United States based income filing a 1040Nonresident Federal Tax Return or US citizen/resident alien with a foreign spouse filing a joint 1040 tax return with a Married filing Jointly status.
This article will cover the basics of obtaining and using an Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN) for your spouse if you are a U.S. citizen or resident alien, but your spouse is not. It also covers some common questions