I originally mailed my federal tax form, ****EZ, on ** January ****, well before the official date tax forms would be accepted. About two months later, I received a letter from the IRS requesting that I verified my social security number and*or ITIN number. That was due to my name legally being changed from Lanita Dawn Wright to Nessa Elinor Amherst beginning in October, and officially changed in December. When I looked online to see which name should be put on the return, I discovered that it should be the name on the social security card, and at the time, it had been changed to my new name, Nessa Elinor Amherst, back in December ****. As requested, I returned the form confirming my social security number, along with the pin number the IRS gave me due to being a victim of identity theft. The letter that was sent to me from the IRS address in Utah asked for a confirmation of my social security and*or ITIN number said that it would take at least *-* weeks for my refund to be sent to my account I requested for direct deposit or by a check. As a precaution, I also sent in copies of my social security and state ID to the IRS address in Washington, DC, to confirm the name change and explain what happened. It has been about eight weeks since I sent the letter to the IRS address in Utah, and I would like to know if there is an update about how soon I should be receiving my refund, and whether or not a check will be mailed to me or it will be deposited to me to my bank account listed on my ****EZ tax form. Please contact me via email as soon as possible. Thank you so much for your understanding, and I apologize for so much trouble.
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