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Non-resident aliens who earned wages that are less than the amount of one personal exemption ($3,650 for 2010) are no longer required to file a tax return.

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2 Non-resident aliens who earned wages that are less than the amount of one personal exemption ($3,650 for 2010) are no longer required to file a tax return but they must still file Form 8843 for themselves and any spouse and/or dependents in F-2 or J-2 status You must file Form 1040NR-EZ or 1040NR in addition to Form 8843 if you had U.S. earned income in excess of $3,650, had wages or scholarship income exempt by treaty, had taxable scholarship income or are due a refund of taxes

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5 Your first name and initial Last name First Name Middle Initial Last Name Your U.S. taxpayer identification number, if any Social Security Number

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10 Line 4a: Count as accurately as you can the days that you were in the U.S. in 2008, 2009, and 2010 and enter the numbers here. Here are some numbers to help: Dates and amounts of days that school was in session in 2008: Spring semester ‘08: January 24 – May 20 (118 days) Fall semester ‘08: September 2 – December 20 (110 days) Dates and amounts of days that school was in session in 2009: Spring Semester’09: January 21 – May 20 (120 days) Fall semester ‘09: August 31 – December 18 (110 days) Dates and amounts of days that school was in session in 2010: Spring Semester’10: January 20 – May 18 (118 days) Fall semester ‘10: August 30 – December 17 (110 days) Line 4b: Enter here the number of days that you were present in the U. S. in 2010 in F or J status. In most cases, this will be the same as the total number of days you were present in the U.S. in 2010.

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13 Vassar College, 124 Raymond Ave, Poughkeepsie, NY 12604; (845)

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17 2010

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23 You might want to use pencil to start.

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25 Your first name and initialLast name First Name Middle Initial Last Name

26 Social Security Number Do NOT put your Vassar ID Number

27 124 Raymond AvenueBox **** Poughkeepsie, NY United States

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30 3 Wages, salaries, tips, etc. Attach Form(s) W-2 (see page 4) AMOUNT FROM BOX 1 ON W-2

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37 LINE 3+LINE 4+LINE 5

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65 Dates and amounts of days that school was in session in 2008: Spring semester ‘08: January 24 – May 20 (118 days) Fall semester ‘08: September 2 – December 20 (110 days) Dates and amounts of days that school was in session in 2009: Spring Semester’09: January 20 – May 20 (120 days) Fall semester ‘09: August 31 – December 18 (110 days) Dates and amounts of days that school was in session in 2010: Spring Semester’10: January 20 – May 18 (118 days) Fall semester ‘10: August 30 – December 17 (110 days)

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