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If you're resident in the UK and have income and/or gains in another country you may be able to claim tax relief or exemption so that you don?t end up paying tax twice. For some countries you'll need to provide a letter - called a 'certificate of residence' - to confirm you were resident in the UK for a particular period.

Checking if you need a certificate of residence

If you're claiming relief or exemption (from foreign tax) for income and/or gains received abroad, for some countries you'll need to complete a claim form but for others you'll have to send a certificate of residence. You can check which applies to you by reading the country-specific section of HM Revenue & Custom's (HMRC) double taxation manual.

Go to Double Taxation Manual

Applying for a certificate of residence

If you need to get a certificate of residence from HMRC, you or your tax agent or adviser can apply online by following the link below.

Apply for a certificate of residence

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