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You will get a 1099B from the broker and you will have to file schedule D to report the the sale. You will probably have little or no capital gains, depending on timing of exercise and sale. As you already noticed, the stock option is already reported on your W2. You will use the amount as your basis to figure out capital gains, if any.
Fidelity has until February 15 to make it available, usually you don't need to specifically request it. If you don't get it by 2/15, you can contact Fidelity and ask about it.
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