If you cannot claim your child as a dependent for either of the following two reasons, you might be able to claim the child tax credit:
If either of these two circumstances apply to you, then you'll need to fill out Form 8901 to claim the child tax credit on your non-dependent child.
Since these situation does not apply to you, you willl not be able to claim child tax credit for your child.
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