I am a dual citizen (Spain and USA), I was borne in Spain and I have never ben in the US. I pay my taxes in Spain as the rest of the Spanish citizens. Do I have to file every year a US return, even if I do not have any assets nor income from the US?
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If you live in Spain, you have an automatic filing extension until June 15th, with a further extension available until October 15th upon request.
All Americans who earn over $10,400 ($4,050 if married filing separately), or just $400 of self-employment income are required to file, regardless of where their income is earned, where in the world they live, whether the U.S. has a tax treaty with that country, or whether they also pay foreign taxes. If you need help, please do not hesitate to contact us: www.ustaxconsultants.net +34 913623701
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