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What reason (a-h) on the W-7 form should I use. Do I use "h" (Other)?
I can not write the entire sentence you provided in the previous reply as I run out of space. What supporting documents do I need to provide, other than my passport? Should I already form the LLC before applying for the ITIN or will I be able to secure the ITIN before forming the LLC?
Thank you for the information.
I will be going to the IRS office personally the coming Tuesday with the form filled as you instructed and my passport.
I understood from your previous answer that I do not need to form an LLC prior to requesting the ITIN. Please confirm if this is correct.
Do I need to be specific in the W-7 form regarding which state I wish to incorporate my LLC in?
Thank you as always and have a great day,
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