OAS and Non-Residents: File Form T1136 to Continue Benefits
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OAS and Non-Residents: File Form T1136 to Continue Benefits

OAS and Non-Residents:  File Form T1136 to Continue Benefits
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
OAS and Non-Residents:  File Form T1136 to Continue Benefits
 
 
 
 
Do you know of a non-resident receiving OAS? To ensure that OAS payments are not interrupted, please let them know that a special return must be filed.
 
 
It’s called the Old Age Security Return of Income (T1136) and it must be filed even if your income is under the OAS Clawback threshhold. The normal individual filing due date (April 30) is used.
Who must file? Peruse the list of countries below. If you were a resident of a “non‑listed country” at any time in 2013 and you received OAS payments during that period, you must submit this return.
There are exceptions. You do not have to file this return if, in 2013, you were a resident of one of the following countries and you have no plans to move to a non‑listed country before July 1, 2014:
Argentina
Australia
Azerbaijan
Bangladesh
Barbados
Bulgaria
Cyprus
Dominican Republic         
Ecuador
Finland
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Ireland
Israel
Ivory Coast
Kenya
Malaysia
Malta
Mexico
New Zealand
Norway
Papua New Guinea         
Peru
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Senegal
Spain
Sri Lanka
Switzerland
Tanzania
Trinidad and Tobago
Turkey
United Kingdom
United States
Zambia
Zimbabwe
 
Other exceptions: If you are a resident of Brazil in 2013 and you are a Brazilian national, you do not have to file the return.  Also, if you were a resident of the Philippines in 2013 and your 2013 Canadian pensions totaled $5,000 or less, you do not have to file. 
 
 
 

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