The links below are provided to facilitate access to the forms needed in order to document a customer’s status for FATCA purposes, when required. These are not intended to serve as legal or tax guidance.
If you have questions or concerns about your U.S. tax status, we suggest you consult consult a professional advisor.
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Forms
For Individuals and Entities claiming a U.S. status
For Individuals claiming a Non-U.S. status
For Entities claiming a Non-U.S. status
For Individuals and Entities claiming a Non-U.S. status, acting as intermediaries
For Organizations claiming a Non-U.S. status as Foreign Governments or Other Foreign Organizations, for U.S. tax withholding and reporting
For Individuals and Organizations claiming a Non-U.S. status, whose income is effectively connected to a business in the U.S.
Generic and Country - specific forms; for Individuals and Entities in countries that have signed intergovernmental agreements with respect to FATCA.
Generic, for Individuals claiming a U.S. or other tax residency for FATCA purposes
Generic, for Entities claiming U.S. or other tax residency for FATCA purposes
Waiver /Client Consent Forms
Generic and Country - specific; for Individuals and Entities whose consent is required for FATCA Reporting purposes
Countries: Anguilla, Barbados & Eastern Caribbean, Belize, China, India and Turks & Caicos Islands
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