1549 NE 123th Street. North Miami. FL 33161

Who needs an ITIN

Non-Resident Owners of USA Based Investments

Owners/ Members of an LLC

Real Estate Sales involving FIRPTA

Recovering any withholding or retention by the IRS

Why Contador Miami

SINCE 1976

  • Business &
    Tax Specialists

    Contador America specializes in business accounting. We have become known over the years, helping entrepreneurs stand out and stay organized.

  • Real Estate

    We understand all about accounting and taxes for Real Estate Investments in the USA.

  • Specialists in

    We specialize in non-residents choosing to invest in real estate and business in the USA.

  • # 1 in Communication
    & Services

    Skype / WhatsApp / Cloud

What Do I Need to Get My ITIN number?

The IRS does not allow everybody to request an ITIN number. You must have a valid reason to file for your ITIN number. In most cases, this can be done when filing your personal tax return. Other situations this may apply are FIRPTA and Section 8 Properties. In these cases, ContadorMiami will call the IRS on your behalf to request one.

You will need a copy of your passport Certified by its issuing agent in order to apply for your ITIN number. For instructions on how to get this in your country, please contact us.

How long does it take to get an ITIN Number?

This process should take up to 4-6 weeks. However if US government gets too many applications, it must take longer.

Also on your SmartPhone Our latest feature allows you to have full access to all your tax returns and tax documents on your SmartPhone and/or Internet. If you have an Iphone, Ipad, Blackberry, or even an Android, our APP works perfectly for you. All your tax returns are instantly at your fingertips.

Introducing LeafCloud
Your Tax and Accounting Docs On the Go

We take the time to keep all of your tax and accounting docs nice and organized on the cloud. That means you can access them at anytime and from anywhere. We also make sure they are secure and backed up at all times.

  • Month-to-month financial statements Each Year’s Tax Returns
  • Each Year’s Patroll Reports
  • Each Year’s Paystubs, W2s, and 1099s
  • All your Bank Statements
  • All Sales Tax Receipts
  • Any Government Letters or Correspondence