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Hi all, while CR1 was processing last year I applied for an ITIN number for my husband and was able to file taxes as Married filing Jointly.  He is in the US now and just received his SSN today. The IRS website says we have to rescind the ITIN number to get any credits from the ITIN to thr new SSN. My husband does not have any work or taxes paid he needs to have credited to his new SSN. I called the IRS office today to make an appointment so he can go in to rescind and they told him he just needs to use the new SSN no need to rescind. My questions are:

 

Does he need to rescind the ITIN since he did not work and has nothing to move over to the new SSN?

Also would not rescinding cause any delays with us filing taxes now?

 

Thanks

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Use the SSN.......forget the ITIN.....no effect on your taxes.


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On 2/19/2019 at 2:22 PM, MsKayC said:

Does he need to rescind the ITIN since he did not work and has nothing to move over to the new SSN?

Also would not rescinding cause any delays with us filing taxes now?

No and no.

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On 2/19/2019 at 2:22 PM, MsKayC said:

Hi all, while CR1 was processing last year I applied for an ITIN number for my husband and was able to file taxes as Married filing Jointly.  He is in the US now and just received his SSN today. The IRS website says we have to rescind the ITIN number to get any credits from the ITIN to thr new SSN. My husband does not have any work or taxes paid he needs to have credited to his new SSN. I called the IRS office today to make an appointment so he can go in to rescind and they told him he just needs to use the new SSN no need to rescind. My questions are:

 

Does he need to rescind the ITIN since he did not work and has nothing to move over to the new SSN?

Also would not rescinding cause any delays with us filing taxes now?

 

Thanks

Just got my ITIN in the mail today. On the back it states "When you receive your SSN, please send us a copy of this notice, along with a copy of your Social Security Card, so that we can update our records. Send these documents to the address listed at the top of this notice." I guess it's not required, but it can't hurt to follow their guidance.

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