Forms and publications for non-residents and individuals who resided in Canada for a portion of the year
If you are a non-resident, or only resided in Canada for a portion of the year, you also need one or more of the following forms or publications:
- If you were a non-resident and you were employed in Canada, you carried on a business in Canada, or disposed of a taxable Canadian property, get Guide T4058, Non-Residents and Income Tax
- If you were a non-resident and you received rental income from real or immovable property in Canada, get Guide T4144, Income Tax Guide for Electing under Section 216
- If you were a non-resident, and you received certain other types of income from Canada (including pensions and annuities), get Guide T4145, Electing under Section 217 of the Income Tax Act
- If you were a newcomer to Canada in 2022, get Pamphlet T4055, Newcomers to Canada
- If you emigrated from Canada during 2022, go to Individuals – Leaving or entering Canada and non-residents.
- If, at any time in 2022, you were a non-resident of Canada receiving an old age security pension from Canada, use Form T1136, Old Age Security Return of Income (OASRI). For more information, get Guide T4155, Old Age Security Return of Income (OASRI) Guide for Non-Residents.
Forms and publications
- Form T1243, Deemed Disposition of Property by an Emigrant of Canada
- Form T1244, Election, Under Subsection 220(4.5) of the Income Tax Act, to Defer the Payment of Tax on Income Relating to the Deemed Disposition of Property
- Form NR73, Determination of Residency Status (Leaving Canada)
- Form NR74, Determination of Residency Status (Entering Canada)
- Income Tax Folio S5-F1-C1, Determining an Individual’s Residence Status
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