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HOW DO I file?
How to file if you’re undocumented
If you don’t have a Social Security number, you will need an Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN) to file your taxes.
Keep in mind: If you’re claiming any dependents on your taxes, they will need a Social Security number or an ITIN, too.
To get an ITIN you need to prove your identity to someone the IRS trusts.
- You can verify your identity and apply for an ITIN with a Certified Acceptance Agent.
// We recommend a trusted Miami community organization called Branches. They're happy to help if you give them a call at (786) 650-2007.
// Here's a full list of Certified Acceptance Agents in Florida.
- Another option is to mail this form, along with your original passport or other original proof of identity document, but it's usually easier to contact a Certified Acceptance Agent.
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