IRS / Income Tax
Filing Your US Tax Return
Please visit www.irs.gov/ for instructions on filing taxes while overseas, forms and other important information. While we cannot provide advice on filing your taxes, IRS representatives occasionally visit the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi in the spring of each year and hold seminars on tax preparation. To find out when the next IRS representative is scheduled to visit New Delhi, send an inquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Combating Fraud, Waste and Abuse in Federal Tax Administration
The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) is responsible for oversight of IRS activities and for maintaining integrity in the U.S. Federal tax system. Fraud, waste, and abuse in Federal tax administration are unfair to all U.S. taxpayers and can take a variety of forms. For more information on TIGTA’s oversight function and information on how you can report potential fraud, waste and abuse, please click here.
Tax Forms and Instructions
Please note: Because most tax forms and instructions are now downloadable directly from the IRS website, American Citizen Services (ACS) only a limited number of tax forms available are in our office. Tax forms may be downloaded at IRS.gov -- Forms and Publications.
Consular officers cannot advise U.S. taxpayers about federal income tax matters. The U.S. Consulate does not have an IRS office. Here is a list of tax and financial service providers (PDF: 206 KB).
U.S. State and Local Taxes
For individual state income tax information, visit http://www.taxadmin.org/. The U.S. Consulate does not have state tax forms or state tax information. The Consulate does not provide assistance with Indian taxes.