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  1. Preparing my UFile Income taxes for 2012. I am filling out the interview questions for my 12 year old daughter Brooklyn. When I come to this question Are you a Status Indian with rights to exempt income? She is not an status Indian at all - but it is insisting I answer the question -- yet it does not give me the option of saying -- not applicable or that she is not an Indian. If I choose not to answer the question -- it gives me an error. So I must answer. The choices are: Residing on a reserve; not residing on a reserve OR; without Indian status. Of course she does not reside on a reserve and she is without Indian status because she is not an Indian at all. Since this question does not apply to her I don't think I should have to enter an answer but it is forcing me to answer so what should I put???? What confuses me is the fact that I have entered my other daughter's information (17 year old) and I didn't have to answer this question at all in her interview. Confused ... please help. Thank you for your time. Tracy
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