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How To Get ITIN Number for Illegal Immigrants

What does an ITIN Number do?

What does an ITIN Number do? An ITIN will serve as your identification number for filing your taxes. With Certified Acceptance Agents (CAAs), our offices will  guide you through the ITIN number application or ITIN renewal process.

What does an ITIN Number do?

Let’s say you’re working and earning money in the United States but you do not qualify for a Social Security Number. An ITIN (Individual Taxpayer Identification Number, sometimes called a PIN, Tax ID or Taxpayer ID) will serve as your identification number for filing your tax returns. If you do not qualify for an SSN, you will need to apply for an ITIN.

Here’s what else your ITIN does:

  1. Firstly It allows you to get a refund from your income withheld by the IRS, if you qualify.
  2. Secondly It allows you to file your taxes and claim dependents you support in the U.S., Mexico or Canada.
  3. Thirdly It may allow you to open a bank account or apply for a mortgage loan.

So your ITIN number not only helps you file a tax return, it ensures you get the refund you deserve as quickly as possible.

How to Get an ITIN number?

How to Get an ITIN number? To Get an ITIN number you must bring the required documents to your appointment. To begin the ITIN application process, you will need to bring:

  • A U.S. federal income tax return
  • Your Passport or TWO (2) of the following documents: (including at least one identification with photo and one identification from your country):
  • National Identification Document (this must be current, and include your name, photo, address, date of birth, and expiration date)
  • U.S. driver’s license
  • Foreign driver’s license
  • Birth Certificate (required for a dependent unless a passport is being submitted and the passport has a date of entry into the U.S.)
  • State I.D.
  • Foreign Voter’s Registration card
  • Visa issued by the Department of State
  • U.S Military ID card
  • Foreign Military ID card
  • U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services photo I.D.
  • Medical (for dependents under age 6 only)
  • School records (for dependents under age 18 only)

Why Use A Certified Acceptance Agent (CAA)?

  1. Why Use A Certified Acceptance Agent (CAA)? First of all using a Certified Acceptance Agent (CAA) makes the process a bit easier and faster.
  2. Why? With this service, the CAA will verify your supporting documents on-site, therefore your original documents may not need to be mailed to the IRS, for that reason speeding the process up. As a result you get your ITIN Number faster.
  3. Our CAA’s will submit their approval and copies of these documents, along with your ITIN application or renewal, to the IRS for you. Schedule ITIN Service Now.

How do Undocumented Workers File Tax Returns Without a Valid Social Security Number?

How do Undocumented Workers File Tax Returns Without a Valid Social Security Number? Undocumented Workers File Tax Returns With ITIN Numbers. Though certain non-citizens are eligible to receive Social Security numbers to pay taxes, unauthorized immigrants are ineligible to receive one. However, it is still law that individuals who reside in the United States, whether legally or not, and earn income here must pay taxes on that income, and file a tax return, regardless of whether the income was earned as an undocumented worker—a complicated legal conundrum.

Further, the IRS will not allow a tax return to be filed with a fake or stolen Social Security number. Therefore, unauthorized workers who wish to file their taxes–and potentially get future credit for it— must find another way. Thus, many use the Individual Taxpayer Identification Number, or ITIN, which allows immigrants without Social Security numbers to legally file tax returns and claim the income reported on their W-2’s to the IRS.

Why Would an Undocumented Immigrant Pay Taxes?

Why Would an Undocumented Immigrant Pay Taxes?  Undocumented immigrants pay taxes because they are entitled to benefits. Many others do pay in the hope that it will someday help them become citizens. Many undocumented immigrants who are paid “under the table” for their work and do not pay taxes on their income. Much of the evidence for this motivation is anecdotal, but various attempts at comprehensive immigration reform legislation over the last decade, including the “Gang of Eight” bill S.744, have included provisions like “good moral character” and “paying back taxes” as requirements for obtaining legalization. A provable history of paying taxes is seen as one way to show good faith, should such a bill ever pass.

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