The last round of Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers (ITINs) based on the middle digits are set to expire on December 31, 2020. Learn more about who should renew and how to renew ITINs by reading the IRS’ press release issued August 17, 2020 here.
As a reminder, our firm’s office manager, Qulanda Moore is a Certified Acceptance Agent (CAA) authorized by the IRS to help taxpayers apply for and renew an ITIN. CAAs can authenticate all identification documents for primary and secondary taxpayers, verify that an ITIN application is correct before submitting it to the IRS for processing and authenticate the passports and birth certificates for dependents. This saves taxpayers from mailing original documents to the IRS.