How to Get Your ITIN Quickly (5 Weeks or Less!)



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Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) is a tax ID number individuals who are required to have a U.S. Taxpayer Identification Number but who do not have one and are not eligible to get an SSN must apply for.

You need an ITIN to file your taxes and open a U.S. bank account when you don’t have a Social Security Number (SSN).

It is possible to apply for ITIN regardless of immigration status (it doesn’t matter if you don’t have an SSN or if you’re an illegal immigrant) because both residents and non-resident aliens may have a US filing or tax reporting requirement.

ITIN serves as your tax identification number for:

  • Filing your taxes
  • Receiving tax return from the IRS
  • Opening a U.S. bank account,

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As IRS Certifying Acceptance Agents, we’re trained and authorized by the IRS to assist foreign individuals who don’t qualify for a Social Security Number get their ITIN quickly.

We’ve assisted hundreds of non-U.S.

How to Resolve a CP566 Notice (and Get Your ITIN Successfully!)

CP566 Notice

CP-566 is one of a few difference notices you can receive after you apply for an ITIN. While this notice isn’t a good thing – it isn’t a bad thing either.

If you receive a CP-566 notice it means the IRS received your application for an ITIN, but the application was incomplete or missing documents.

If you filed your ITIN application on your own, consider using an ITIN service to make sure the paperwork is filed properly to avoid any additional notices.

If you fail to reply to your CP566 notice in 45 days, your ITIN application will be REJECTED.

If you’d like to resolve your CP-566 notice, contact Sina Bonabi, IRS Certifying Acceptance Agent, at or talk to him directly at 818-335-1488 to help you get your ITIN.


What Does a CP-566 Notice Mean?

Receiving a CP-566 notice is not a reason to panic. It just means the IRS needs additional information to process your ITIN application.

You received this notice because you didn’t fill out the form properly or you didn’t send the proper documentation.

Difference Between EIN and ITIN (Updated in 2019)

Difference Between EIN and ITIN

If you’re filing taxes, you might be wondering, what’s the difference between EIN and ITIN?

You want to be sure that you file taxes with the IRS correctly to save you time and money down the road, not to mention avoiding legal consequences.

However, you aren’t quite sure whether you need an EIN to file or an ITIN.

What’s the difference between an EIN vs ITIN?

Which one should you use to file taxes?

How do you apply for an EIN or ITIN?

Read below so I can answer all of your EIN and ITIN questions and clear up once and for all the difference between EIN and ITIN.

If you need help setting up your EIN or ITIN, I can make sure you do it the right way. Email me at as soon as possible to be sure you’re taken care of by a qualified business lawyer.


What is EIN

An EIN is a tax identification number for a business.

The acronym ‘EIN’ stands for ‘Employer Identification Number.’ This number is how a business is identified to entities like other businesses,