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Spouse's social security number is invalid. The spouse in a NRA who live abroad. Client wants to file MFS on 1040. System still require to have spouse's SSN or ITIN.

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IRS requires to put "NRA" on non-resident spouse SSN, but pro connect does not have that option. Does that mean I have to paper file it?
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@seattlink  Actually, you can for MFS.  Same for Lacerte too.

Here's how you do it: https://proconnect.intuit.com/community/proconnect-tax-discussions/discussion/can-i-e-file-a-tax-ret...

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Yes I stand corrected by the ever great @itonewbie 


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@seattlink  Actually, you can for MFS.  Same for Lacerte too.

Here's how you do it: https://proconnect.intuit.com/community/proconnect-tax-discussions/discussion/can-i-e-file-a-tax-ret...

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wow, thank you, never thought there is small option under that section. I will test out for 2020 year filing. Thank you

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NP, @seattlink! 😊

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