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Reason Applying for ITIN


a. Nonresident alien required to obtain an ITIN to claim tax treaty benefit.

Certain nonresident aliens must obtain an ITIN to claim a tax treaty benefit even if they do not have to file a U.S. tax return. If you check this box to claim the benefits of a U.S. income tax treaty with a foreign country, also check box h. On the dotted line next to box h, enter the appropriate designation for Exception 1or 2, whichever applies (see Exception 1 and Exception 2). Identify the exception by its number, alpha subsection, and category under which you are applying (for example, enter �Exception 1d-Pension Income� or �Exception 2d-Gambling Winnings�). Also, enter the name of the treaty country and treaty article number in the appropriate entry spaces below box h and attach the documents required under whichever exception applies.

b. Nonresident alien filing a U.S. tax return. This category includes:
� A nonresident alien who must file a U.S. tax return to report income effectively or not effectively connected with the conduct of a trade or business in the United States.
� A nonresident alien who is filing a U.S. tax return only to obtain a refund.

c. U.S. resident alien (based on days present in the United States) filing a U.S. tax return.
A foreign individual living in the United States who does not have permission to work from the USCIS, and is thus ineligible for an SSN, may still be required to file a U.S. tax return. These individuals must check this box.

d. Dependent of a U.S. citizen/resident alien.
 This is an individual who can be claimed as a dependent on a U.S. tax return and is not eligible to obtain an SSN. Note. If you live abroad and requested an ATIN for a foreign child you adopted or who has been legally placed in your home pending adoption and that request was denied, your dependent may be eligible for an ITIN. When submitting your Form W-7, ensure you include a copy of the legal documents evidencing your relationship to the child.

e. Spouse of a U.S. citizen/resident alien.
This category includes:
� A nonresident alien husband or wife, who is not filing a U.S. tax return (including a joint return) and who is not eligible to obtain an SSN but who, as a spouse, is claimed as an exemption.
� A nonresident alien electing to file a U.S. tax return jointly with a spouse who is a U.S. citizen or resident alien.

f. Nonresident alien student, professor, or researcher filing a U.S. tax return or claiming an exception.
This is an individual who has not abandoned his or her residence in a foreign country and who is a bona fide student, professor, or researcher coming temporarily to the United States solely to attend classes at a recognized institution of education, to teach, or to perform research. If you check this box, you must complete lines 6c and 6g and provide your passport with a valid U.S. visa. If you are present in the United States on a work-related visa (F-1, J-1, or M-1), but will not be employed (that is, your presence in the United States is study related), you can choose to attach a letter from the Designated School Official or Responsible Officer instead of applying with the SSA for an SSN. The letter must clearly state that you will not be securing employment while in the United States, and your presence here is solely study related. This letter can be submitted in lieu of a Social Security denial letter if you are filing a tax return with this Form W-7 or claiming Exception 2. If you check this box to claim an exception under the benefits of a U.S. income tax treaty with a foreign country, also check box h. On the dotted line next to box h, enter the appropriate designation for Exception 2. Identify the exception by its number, alpha subsection, and category under which you are applying (for example, enter �Exception 2b-Scholarship Income and claiming tax treaty benefits� or �Exception 2c-Scholarship Income�). Also, enter the name of the treaty country and the treaty article number in the appropriate entry spaces below box h (if applicable) and attach the documents required under Exception 2.

g. Dependent/spouse of a nonresident alien holding a U.S. visa.
This is an individual who can be claimed as a dependent or a spouse on a U.S. tax return, who is unable, or not eligible, to obtain an SSN and who has entered the United States with a nonresident alien holding a U.S. visa. For example, the primary visa holder has a J-1 visa; the dependent or spouse has a J-2 visa.

h. Other.
If the reason for your ITIN request is not described in boxes a through g, check this box. Describe in detail your reason for requesting an ITIN and attach supporting documents. Frequently, third parties (such as banks and other financial institutions) which are subject to information reporting and withholding requirements, will request an ITIN from you to enable them to file information returns required by law. If you are requesting an ITIN for this reason, you may be able to claim one of the exceptions described below. Enter on the dotted line next to box h the exception that applies to you. Identify the exception by its number, alpha subsection (if applicable), and category under which you are applying (for example, enter �Exception 1a-Partnership Interest� or �Exception 3-Mortgage Interest�). You will not need to attach a tax return to your Form W-7. For more detailed information regarding the exception(s) that may apply to you, see the Exceptions Tables. Note. If box h is checked, box (a) or f may also be checked.




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