ATTENTION! If you use an ITIN number, this information is very important.
Undocumented immigrants have until December 31, 2019 to renew the Taxpayer’s Personal Identification Number (ITIN), which is used to pay taxes, in addition to requesting refunds or having exemptions , as established by the Tax Collection Office ( IRS).
Taxpayers should receive Notice CP-48 and send their Form W-7 to renew the number, which should only be ignored if the holder already has a valid Social Security number (by employment authorization or if he is Permanent Resident) that allows you to file your tax return in 2020.
Many immigrants who lack a Social Security number use the ITIN to file taxes, but also to receive reimbursements for their minor dependents (CTC).
However, if you do not renew it on time, you may file a declaration in 2020, but you will not have a refund .
Remember to consult an accounting expert to complete your procedure correctly.