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Originally posted by Gazrok
Have to provide the Social Security number for the children being listed as dependents.
No SSN (and therefore no proof or documentation for them)? No tax credit for them. The credit would only be for children who are either born citizens or naturalized citizens.
edit on 20-6-2012 by Gazrok because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by The Sword
reply to post by GrimReaper86
Oh boy, yet another person that misses the point completely.
Tell me, are some of you paid to post this hateful crap about immigrants?
No I think he's thinking perfectly rationally. You just missed his point. Just because a loop hole exists doesn't mean it is meant to be taken advantage of and taking advantage of it is still a quasi criminal act. It's like stealing because you can get away with it. It's not against the law if you don't get caught, right? pfft.
I see you bashing Doom and Gloom a lot for his posts but I don't see you coming up with any solutions either....
Originally posted by jam321
reply to post by Doom and Gloom
Here is information for getting an ITIN number. I have helped a few people get these numbers and they are by no mean easy to get. The proof you send is never enough. They keep asking for more.
Attach a valid federal income tax return, unless you qualify for an exception, and include your original, notarized, or certified proof of identity and foreign status documents. Because you are filing your tax return as an attachment to your ITIN application, you should not mail your return to the address listed in the Form 1040, 1040A or 1040EZ instructions. Instead, send your return, Form W-7 and proof of identity and foreign status documents to:
Originally posted by seeker11
If they got away with providing ITINs then the IRS messed up on this.