a signed, dated copy of your 2009 U.S. income tax return

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poslhs
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a signed, dated copy of your 2009 U.S. income tax return

Postby poslhs » Thu Feb 18, 2010 10:28 pm

I've never done this before, so please help me out here.

In 'a signed, dated copy of your 2009 U.S. income tax return', whose sign do I need to get?

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Re: a signed, dated copy of your 2009 U.S. income tax return

Postby pleasetryagain » Thu Feb 18, 2010 10:30 pm

poslhs wrote:I've never done this before, so please help me out here.

In 'a signed, dated copy of your 2009 U.S. income tax return', whose sign do I need to get?


at the risk of feeding the flame: yours of course.

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Re: a signed, dated copy of your 2009 U.S. income tax return

Postby poslhs » Thu Feb 18, 2010 11:39 pm

I'm sorry to ask this too but where do I need to sign?

I live abroad so I need to send equivalent for tax return and I'm afraid there is no place for me to sign in my country's version.

Also, do I need to sign both mine and my parents'? Or do my parents need to sign theirs?


It's not a flame or anything. I really need your help. It's due on the 1st of March and I'd better hurry since it'll take long time through international mailing system.

--- On related subject, can I fax this thing?

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Re: a signed, dated copy of your 2009 U.S. income tax return

Postby poslhs » Fri Feb 19, 2010 1:08 am

can anyone help me?

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Re: a signed, dated copy of your 2009 U.S. income tax return

Postby PoliticalJunkie » Fri Feb 19, 2010 1:13 am

Assuming non US citizen/permanent resident/legal resident......

Are you working? If so then do you file/pay taxes in the country you live in? If so, then all you need to do is send them a copy of your 2009 tax documents.

If you are not working, simply find out if they request your parents tax info as not all law schools require that info.

BTW - what country?

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Re: a signed, dated copy of your 2009 U.S. income tax return

Postby Zapatero » Fri Feb 19, 2010 1:14 am

Not sure, but you could probably just sign and date anywhere you have space to do so on the copy of the return. I doubt your parents need to sign it.

Edit: Why don't you just email the schools and ask them?




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