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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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I know its kinda early to ask about ITIN for tax year 2010. We married in March 2010 so I'm qualified for status married filing jointly in the tax year 2010. I dont wanna be in hurry so I want to apply for ITIN now. In their instruction, I have to submit form W7 along with tax return form 1040 of which ITIN is needed. It means that I have to submit tax return 2010. The thing is I just have tax return 2009 now. To be qualified for their requirements, I have to file tax return 2010 without havinng my wife's ITIN, then apply for ITIN, then adjust the tax return for more money back. Anyone who applied for ITIN can give me some help?

Another thing is, we need to submit passport of foreign spouse and our marriage certificate. Does the marriage certificate need to be translated into English and notarized in the US? or it can be done in Vietnam? Any other documents needed?

Thanks alot for your help.

P.S: Where is the translation service which can translate Vietnamese documents into English in Saint Paul, MN?


03/04/2010: Getting married

06/06/2011: Submit I-130. Case is at CSC

06/08/2011: NOA1

01/06/2012: NOA2

01/23/2012: Case number assigned

01/26/2012: AOS Bill and IV Bill invoiced

05/10/2012: Paid AOS and IV fees

08/20/2012: Sent AOS and IV packets

08/22/2012: NVC received AOS and IV packets

08/29/2012: Case complete

11/06/2012: Interview date appointment received

12/04/2012: Interview date. Approved!!!

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Filed: Other Country: India
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I know its kinda early to ask about ITIN for tax year 2010. We married in March 2010 so I'm qualified for status married filing jointly in the tax year 2010. I dont wanna be in hurry so I want to apply for ITIN now. In their instruction, I have to submit form W7 along with tax return form 1040 of which ITIN is needed. It means that I have to submit tax return 2010. The thing is I just have tax return 2009 now. To be qualified for their requirements, I have to file tax return 2010 without havinng my wife's ITIN, then apply for ITIN, then adjust the tax return for more money back. Anyone who applied for ITIN can give me some help?

Another thing is, we need to submit passport of foreign spouse and our marriage certificate. Does the marriage certificate need to be translated into English and notarized in the US? or it can be done in Vietnam? Any other documents needed?

Thanks alot for your help.

P.S: Where is the translation service which can translate Vietnamese documents into English in Saint Paul, MN?

Your ITIN applicant's ID (not yours, you are in US, but other one) has to be notrized in US or from US embassy (home country).

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