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The first year of living overseas you may file for an extra extension of time to file your tax return. U.S. citizens & resident aliens may file the form 2350 to ask for an extra extension of time, beyond October 15th, if that would enable them to then meet the qualifications to exclude income on Form 2555 under either the physical presence test or bona fide residence test.

The first year of living overseas you may file for an extra extension of time to file your tax return. U.S. citizens & resident aliens may file the form 2350 to ask for an extra extension of time, beyond October 15th, if that would enable them to then meet the qualifications to exclude income on Form 2555 under either the physical presence test or bona fide residence test.

The first year of living overseas you may file for an extra extension of time to file your tax return. U.S. citizens & resident aliens may file the form 2350 to ask for an extra extension of time, beyond October 15th, if that would enable them to then meet the qualifications to exclude income on Form 2555 under either the physical presence test or bona fide residence test.

The first year of living overseas you may file for an extra extension of time to file your tax return. U.S. citizens & resident aliens may file the form 2350 to ask for an extra extension of time, beyond October 15th, if that would enable them to then meet the qualifications to exclude income on Form 2555 under either the physical presence test or bona fide residence test.

The first year of living overseas you may file for an extra extension of time to file your tax return. U.S. citizens & resident aliens may file the form 2350 to ask for an extra extension of time, beyond October 15th, if that would enable them to then meet the qualifications to exclude income on Form 2555 under either the physical presence test or bona fide residence test.

The first year of living overseas you may file for an extra extension of time to file your tax return. U.S. citizens & resident aliens may file the form 2350 to ask for an extra extension of time, beyond October 15th, if that would enable them to then meet the qualifications to exclude income on Form 2555 under either the physical presence test or bona fide residence test.

The first year of living overseas you may file for an extra extension of time to file your tax return. U.S. citizens & resident aliens may file the form 2350 to ask for an extra extension of time, beyond October 15th, if that would enable them to then meet the qualifications to exclude income on Form 2555 under either the physical presence test or bona fide residence test.

The first year of living overseas you may file for an extra extension of time to file your tax return. U.S. citizens & resident aliens may file the form 2350 to ask for an extra extension of time, beyond October 15th, if that would enable them to then meet the qualifications to exclude income on Form 2555 under either the physical presence test or bona fide residence test.

The first year of living overseas you may file for an extra extension of time to file your tax return. U.S. citizens & resident aliens may file the form 2350 to ask for an extra extension of time, beyond October 15th, if that would enable them to then meet the qualifications to exclude income on Form 2555 under either the physical presence test or bona fide residence test.
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