Rejected or Suspended
Sometimes people have already tried to file an ITIN Application without the assistance of a Certifying Acceptance Agent (CAA) and then received a Rejected or Suspended letter from the IRS. You may have discovered that the IRS will not tell you why your application failed. If you would like to have your ITIN Application reconsidered, you should use the services of a CAA to facilitate and expedite the appeal of your request. I have unique access to IRS information that will allow me to understand how to get your application accepted.
Call John Starnes at (248) 434-3985, People’s Tax Center. He is a CAA, licensed by the IRS to expedite the issuance of an ITIN. He’s the expert.
Certifying Acceptance Agents (CAA) are the most experienced and fastest method of obtaining an ITIN. When utilizing a CAA you DO NOT need to surrender or release your passport to the IRS. Applying for an ITIN requires completing multiple IRS tax forms, and having the proper identify documentation. Because the process is difficult and time consuming the IRS has established CAA’s to expedite the issuance of ITINs. The IRS has conducted strict education, testing and background reviews on CAA’s. CAA’s operate with an agreement with the IRS that allows the CAA to review the identification documentation, complete the ITIN application, tax forms, and expedite issuance of an ITIN.