Tiempo de Impuestos. Recomendaciones Prácticas para Cumplir con sus Obligaciones Fiscales.

La temporada de impuestos ya está aquí y muchas personas están en el proceso de reportar sus ingresos, muchos de ellos usando los servicios de preparadores de impuestos.

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Las personas que no tienen la fortuna de tener un status migratorio en este país, tienen la responsabilidad de declarar sus ingresos. La mayoría de los inmigrantes indocumentados que tienen años en este país lo hacen. El gobierno Federal, a través de la oficina de impuestos llamada IRS, ofrece un número para declarar impuestos para las personas sin documentos llamado ITIN. ITIN significa en inglés Individual Tax Identification Number.

El ITIN es un número de nueve dígitos y sólo tiene uso para reportar impuestos para las personas que no pueden obtener un Número de Seguro Social (Social Security Number SSN). No tiene propósitos como identificación, no provee autorización para trabajar u obtener beneficios. Sin embargo es indispensable el uso de este número durante la presentación de impuestos para cumplir con el gobierno de los Estados Unidos de América.

Como se obtiene un ITIN? Por favor use la versión más reciente de la forma W-7. Este es un ejemplo de la forma W-7. Incluya su solicitud para el ITIN con su forma de retorno de impuestos además de una prueba de identidad de su país de origen notariada o certificada.

Esta primera vez en la que presenta sus impuestos y solicita el ITIN, por favor no la envíe las formas a la dirección listadas en las formas 1040, 1040 A o 1040 EZ, si no que envíe estos tres documentos (la solicitud del ITIN W-7, prueba de identidad notariada y su declaración ) a:

Internal Revenue Service
Austin Service Center
ITIN Operation
P.O. Box 149342
Austin, TX 78714-9342

Usted debe recibir una carta con su ITIN en un período de 6 semanas.

Si tiene preguntas sobre este proceso llame a la línea de información del IRS libre de costo al 1-800-829-1040. Mas ayuda está disponible en los Centros de Asistencia al Contribuyente listados aquí: Taxpayer Assistance Centers

Si tiene una solicitud para un Social Security Number (o sea que obtuvo estatus legal recientemente en este país) no llene una solicitud de ITIN.

La informacion anterior es solo presentada con propositos de orientacion y no es substituto de asesoría profesional . Por favor consulte el sitio web the IRS aquí.

First 2012 Citizenship Forum With Mi Familia Vota

“Mi Familia Vota” always collaborates with the community bringing citizenship forums to inform the public on the process to adquire legal status and within time, citizenship. We are always happy to share professional knowledge with this great non-profit Click herePrimer Foro de Ciudadania- Mi Familia Vota to watch the video.

Immigration Debate’s Collateral Damage

The imperfect immigration system, which fixing is stalled in Congress, is affecting some of the most vulnerable. Children are caught in the middle of bad laws and policies in life changing ways which are no good news to us.
Two recent news pieces on the issue: Fronteras Desk audio titled “Deportations Adding Thousands of Kids To Foster Care”. Click here to hear the piece.

The think tank Applied Research Center, a racial-justice think tank based in New York, estimates that about 5,000 children who are US citizens are left in foster care. This due to the impact programs like Secure Communities, where local police agencies act as immigration officers, are having in the detention of parents, leaving children behind. The research center estimates one-fourth of the people deported during the first six months of 2011 (46,000) are fathers or mothers of U.S. citizen children.

An article by the Arizona Daily Star “Children of Detained Illegal Crossers are Put in State Custody More Often” quotes a study by the University of Arizona’s law professor Nina Rabin who authored a study called “Disappearing Parents: A Report on Immigration Enforcement and the Child Welfare System”. Ravin says “Child Protective Services often loses track of the parents once they are in the custody of ICE”, therefore many undocumented children end up in CPS and foster care.

Inquired about this research, an ICE spokesperson stated they “give opportunities for parents to take care of their children and that as policy does not target parents”. We know what the reality is, workers who are parents are often caught on the net of Secure Communities leaving families and children in crisis.

The Morton Memo and Why It Gets Complicated

In June 17th , 2011 ICE Chief John Morton issued a memo to all personnel to guide them through Prosecutorial Discretion (PD) procedures focusing on the agency’s priorities. The memo underscored the intention of removing criminal elements from our communities sparing families and workers from deportation. Since then it seems that very little has happened on the implementation of policy that may give respite to immigrants.

This article by New York Times’ Julia Preston gives us an inside look at the struggles of interests groups which are blocking the above mentioned directive.
The article explains how the union representing some 7,000 ICE officers has so far not allowed its members to participate in the training to apply Prosecutorial Discretion.
Chris Crane, the president of the National ICE Council, the union that represents deportation ICE agents, has criticized the PD Memo, saying “it amounts to orders from ICE officials for agents not to enforce the law”. Mr. Crane accused the administration, during a testimony in Congress, of tailoring its enforcement practices to win support from immigrant communities for Mr. Obama’s re-election.
Aside from political considerations reality is tough immigration policies separate families and brings suffering to immigrants, many of whom have been living in the USA for decades.
Read here the original “Morton Memo”.

Peñalosa helps Resident become Citizens

Jose Peñalosa helped out at Mi Familia Vota’s event to help permanent residents become US citizens.Mi Familia Vota