ITIN renewal 2020
ITINs not used on a federal tax return at least once in 3 consecutive years and those issued before 2013 will expire by 31st December 2020.
ITINs with the following middle digits will expire and will require renewal if you are filing a federal tax return for the 2020 tax year:
middle digits 88
Also, the following ITINs with the middle digits shown below will also expire if they were issued before 2013:
middle digits 90, 91, 92, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98 and 99
The above need to be renewed EVEN if you have filed a tax return recently in the last 3 years.
The following ITINs have already expired and will require renewal if you are planning on filing a tax return for the 2020 tax year:
middle digits 70 through to 87
If you are renewing an ITIN, you do not need to include a federal tax return with the application, but you still need to ensure the correct reason code is selected. If a federal tax return has been sent for processing with an expired ITIN, it will still be processed but any refund or deductions/credits will be disallowed until the renewal has happened. The IRS will write to you to advise if this is the case. Once renewed, these will be reinstated.
You can use a certified acceptance agent (CAA) to assist with the ITIN renewal application. The CAA will complete Form W-7 and check it is complete/correct as well as sign off on the certification so your passport or other ID document stays with you (instead of having to mail it to the IRS with the application).
Just Breve is a certifying acceptance agent for ITIN purposes and can assist with you ITIN renewal application. We assist either remotely via video call* or you can visit us at the office. We also offer the facility whereby we can visit you if preferred (subject to additional travel costs as applicable based on distance).
*All video call options, require you to mail your ID documents to us before the call. These will be returned securely.
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