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For questions that relate to the financial laws, practices, and products of Canada.

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Social Security tax is a tax that people working in the US must pay. You cannot "get it back".
answered Jun 30 '18 by user102008
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You have already been an "exempt individual" for some part of at least 5 previous calendar years -- you would have been an "exempt individual" as a student during your time on F1 status in 2010, 2011, …
answered May 24 '18 by user102008
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Yes. You just need to file those. You can file them together or in any order. No. You were not an "exempt individual" for any part of the year. I'm not sure about Canadian taxes. You can probably onl …
answered Jun 30 '18 by user102008
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You should not fill out Form 8843. Form 8843 is for people who were "exempt individuals" (exempt from the Substantial Presence Test) for some part of the year. You were not an exempt individual at any …
answered Mar 9 '15 by user102008
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Nonresident aliens in certain statuses are exempt from FICA taxes (Social Security tax and Medicare tax). TN is not among them. Your FICA taxes were withheld correctly; you did not overpay (unless you …
answered Jun 30 '18 by user102008
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You have been a U.S. citizen since birth. You are eligible to get an SSN at any time. And you should get one. You can submit your SSN application by sending it by mail to or submitting it in person at …
answered Feb 7 '15 by user102008
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cease being a resident when you left, and thus be a nonresident alien for the part of the year you were in Canada, then your Canadian income would not need to be reported for US taxes. State tax …
answered Apr 7 '16 by user102008