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What is an M form?

 
Question:
 
I am requested to file an M form. What is it?
 
Answer:
 
An M form is filed in the year of migration. The M stands for Migration. This is a more complicated form since it combines a resident period with a non resident period. At the moment it is the only form which still needs to be filed on paper.
 
For more information see www.expatax.nl/m-form.php.
 
 
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