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Canadian Income Tax Filing for 2008

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Hello my fellow Canadians, I was feeling so overwhelmed when I read a lot of topics that regards to filing Canadian income tax return. I came here in US last July 2008 as a visitor and got married suddenly without any plan at all. I worked in Canada from January 2008 to July 2008. Since I came here in US, I have zero US income. Based on the instructions and determination of my residency, I'm a resident of Canada for tax purposes because I accumulated 201 days in Canada. All of my income is 100 % from Canada and 0 US income. When filing 2008 income tax return may I claim all of my non-refundable federal tax for 2008 as long as I'm going to write a statement that I want to claim them all? How about my non-refundable federal tax from previous years may I claim them all as well. I was a college student in Canada from August 2006 to May 2008. Most of my non-refundable federal tax was coming from my tuition when I was in college. When I filed my 2007 income tax return my non-refundable federal tax was about $7,000.00 Canadian. Can I claim them all? What do I do...if I can claim them all it's really a big help for us since today's economy is getting poor. Do you have any inputs if how I can do this? Thank you so much in advance. Have a great and safe holidays to all of us!!! Advance Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!


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