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I use TurboTax or HR Block to fill 2014 Tax Return. I want to enter my currant US mailing address and both of them only let me choose the address in Canada. I use the online version. Would the desktop version allow me to us US mailing address?

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I use TurboTax or HR Block to fill 2014 Tax Return. I want to enter my currant US mailing address and both of them only let me choose the address in Canada. I use the online version. Would the desktop version allow me to us US mailing address?

Thanks!

No. You must paperfile.


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I used TurboTax online; I had to print and mail it, but I complete the whole return online. See this image about how I had to go through "Province of residence" / "Non resident status" and then "Contact information"

(bad Paint job) - http://imgur.com/XBsJsyN

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Thanks!

Another questions: Where should I mail the forms?

I lived more than half year in Winnipeg. I think I am "deemed resident".

No. You must paperfile.


05-21-2014: Interview in Montreal: K1 Visa Approved with Administrative Processing

07-03-2014: CEAC STATUS UPDATED: K1 Visa Issued.

07-12-2014: Marriage

07-28-2014: Filed I-485, I-765, and I-131.

08-01-2014: NOA1 for I-485, I-765, and I-131

08-26-2014: Biometric

09-18-2014: EAD

03-30-2015: I-485 Interview and got approved on site:)

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I used TurboTax online; I had to print and mail it, but I complete the whole return online. See this image about how I had to go through "Province of residence" / "Non resident status" and then "Contact information"

(bad Paint job) - http://imgur.com/XBsJsyN

Thank you very much for the information. I found UFile allows entering US mailing address. But when I finished all the information, it said that I was not qualified to file online as I live outside of Canada.


05-21-2014: Interview in Montreal: K1 Visa Approved with Administrative Processing

07-03-2014: CEAC STATUS UPDATED: K1 Visa Issued.

07-12-2014: Marriage

07-28-2014: Filed I-485, I-765, and I-131.

08-01-2014: NOA1 for I-485, I-765, and I-131

08-26-2014: Biometric

09-18-2014: EAD

03-30-2015: I-485 Interview and got approved on site:)

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Thanks!

Another questions: Where should I mail the forms?

I lived more than half year in Winnipeg. I think I am "deemed resident".

if you are not living in canada anymore you are now a non-resident.

You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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if you are not living in canada anymore you are now a non-resident.

While this is true for most Canadians now being LPR in the United States, it depends on each person's situation and how the CRA sees it. If you have a Canadian employer in the US (or commute regularly to Canada), visit often, still have links to Canada (bank account, apartment, family members...), or intention to return in the future - the CRA can find you deemed resident (or resident, or...) Serbinski forum members might explain it better.

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Thank you all!


05-21-2014: Interview in Montreal: K1 Visa Approved with Administrative Processing

07-03-2014: CEAC STATUS UPDATED: K1 Visa Issued.

07-12-2014: Marriage

07-28-2014: Filed I-485, I-765, and I-131.

08-01-2014: NOA1 for I-485, I-765, and I-131

08-26-2014: Biometric

09-18-2014: EAD

03-30-2015: I-485 Interview and got approved on site:)

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