Foreign language interpreters will be available. The IRS staff will schedule appointments for a later date for deaf or hard of hearing individuals who need sign language interpreter services.
Please bring the following information with you:
- Current government-issued photo identification
- Social Security cards and/or ITIN numbers for yourself, your spouse and dependents (if applicable)
- Any IRS letters or notices you’ve received and supporting documents
- If you plan to request identity verification services, you must bring two forms of identification and a copy of the tax return filed for the year in question, if you filed a return.
During your visit, IRS staff may also request:
- A current mailing address and
- Bank account information, to receive payments or refunds by direct deposit.
You can download or print the “IRS Taxpayer Experience Days” flyer for tips on what to bring with you to the event.
Note: It’s mandatory for people to wear face masks and social distance at these events.
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