Today we’re going to be talking about whether you can file a federal tax return and get an ITIN at the same time.
Hey, this is Sina Bonabi from EIN Express. I’m an IRS certified acceptance agent and I’ve been both trained and authorized by the IRS to help non-US citizens all over the world just like you to successfully get their EINs and their ITINs for them. We’ve assisted and helped over 2,240 non-US citizens to help them get their EINs and ITINs and we’d love to help you get yours too.
Today we’re going to be discussing a topic of “can you file your U.S. federal tax return and also get an ITIN at the same time”. It might sound simple but it’s a very common question. It gets asked all the time.
What usually happens is people come to me and they say,
“I want to file a tax return. Can you get my ITIN for me so I can go ahead and file my tax return?”
What they don’t know is that if that is the case for you,
If you have a rental history of 2 or more years and an established checking account, you may be a good candidate for an ITIN home loan.
Before even thinking of starting the process of becoming a homeowner it’s important that you already have your ITIN. If you don’t have one yet, find out how to get an ITIN today.
What Are the Home Loan Requirements?
The exact ITIN home loan requirements will vary depending on the lender you’re working with. However, below, I’ll list some of the standard requirements, so you have an idea of what to expect.
Stable Credit History: Lenders are going to want to see that you can manage debt. Therefore, it’s important to have started building a credit history that displays multiple credit cards and loans in good standing.
Employment History: It’s a good idea to have been working at your current job for a minimum of 2 years to show stability in cash flow.
Tax Verification: Your lender is probably going to want to review the last 2 years of tax returns.