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At Paisano Tax, we understand the importance of filing taxes accurately and on time. But for individuals who aren’t eligible for a Social Security number, obtaining an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) can seem like a daunting task. That’s where we come in!

We’re dedicated to guiding you through the ITIN application process smoothly and efficiently. Our team of experienced professionals understands the complexities of tax regulations and will ensure your application is complete and compliant.

Here's why Paisano Tax is your ideal partner for obtaining an ITIN:


Our team has extensive knowledge of ITIN requirements and procedures, keeping you informed and confident throughout the process.

ITIN Application and Renewal

Personalized service: We treat each client individually, understanding your unique circumstances and providing tailored assistance.

Streamlined process

We simplify the application process by guiding you through each step and gathering all necessary documentation.

Multilingual support

We offer assistance in multiple languages to ensure clear communication and understanding.

Affordable rates

We offer competitive fees to make our services accessible to everyone.

We are Certifying Acceptance Agents

As Acceptance Agents, we can send certified copies of your passport which means, you can keep your original documents safely in your possession.

ITIN Frequently Asked Questions

An ITIN, which stands for Individual Taxpayer Identification Number, is a tax processing number issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to people who need to file a tax return in the United States but are not eligible for a Social Security number (SSN).

Here’s a breakdown of key points about ITINs:

  • Eligibility: ITINs are typically for nonresident and resident aliens, their dependents, and spouses who cannot get an SSN.
  • Purpose: The main purpose of an ITIN is for tax filing purposes. It ensures people, regardless of immigration status, can comply with U.S. tax laws.
  • Not a substitute for SSN: An ITIN does not grant work authorization, Social Security benefits, or qualify dependents for the Earned Income Tax Credit.

An ITIN is essential for various situations, including:

  • Filing a U.S. federal income tax return
  • Claiming tax treaty benefits
  • Opening a bank account
  • Establishing credit history

To apply for an ITIN, you’ll need a few documents to submit along with the IRS Form W-7, Application for IRS Individual Taxpayer Identification Number. Here’s a breakdown of the required documents:

  1. Valid Identification Document: You’ll need at least one document proving your identity. This document must be current and include your photo, name, date of birth, and expiration date (if applicable). A passport is the only document that can fulfill both identity and foreign status requirements on its own.

Here are other acceptable options (you can choose one):

  • National identification card (must meet the criteria above)
  • U.S. driver’s license
  • Foreign driver’s license
  • U.S. state identification card
  • Foreign voter’s registration card
  • U.S. military identification card
  • Foreign military identification card


  1. Proof of Foreign Status Document (unless using a passport): If you’re not using a passport as your identification document, you’ll need another document proving your foreign status. Here are some acceptable options (you can choose one):
  • Visa
  • U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) photo identification
  • Birth certificate (for dependents under 18 years old)
  • Foreign birth certificate (if not a dependent)


  1. Additional Documents for Dependents:

For dependents applying for an ITIN, there may be additional requirements depending on their age and situation. Here are some potential requirements:

  • Proof of residency in the United States (unless they are a Canadian or Mexican national and their spouse has a valid ITIN or SSN) for dependents over 18 (or 14 if not a student). This can be a U.S. school record, medical record, or state ID card showing a U.S. address.
  • Birth certificate (required for dependents under 18 unless a passport is submitted that shows a U.S. entry date).
  • Medical records (dependents only – under 6)
  • School records (dependents only – under 14, under 18 if a student)

Yes, Paisano Tax can help you renew your ITIN. For more information, please contact us

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