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i'll deposit the check, and start a correspondence with them for the remaining $334.

Thanks for the details. I remember your earlier postings now.

I agree with Lorenzo's advice to go ahead and cash the check. The IRS's correspondence guidelines don't differ for overseas taxpayers, so if you go 30 days without any response, you can feel free to buck it to the Taxpayer Advocate. You might also try the Revenue Service Representative who handles your country if it doesn't get resolved through routine correspondence. The U.S. Embassy should be able to direct you.

Phil
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