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DO I need to file FBAR and FATCA in 2019, after I have left USA permanently in July 2018 as my F1 visa expired?I moved my funds >$10,000 to my native country in Nov 2018.

My funds (currency in US dollars) in native country will earn accrued interest in 2020.

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DO I need to file FBAR and FATCA in 2019, after I have left USA permanently in July 2018 as my F1 visa expired?I moved my funds >$10,000 to my native country in Nov 2018.

If you surrendered your visa  during 2018, then the FBAR and FATCA does not apply to you  unless you had become a resident alien for tax purposes during at least 2018.  When did you enter  first under F-1? Did you convert your F-1 to H-1 or what ? You are a citizen/resident of which country ( for treaty reasons )?

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DO I need to file FBAR and FATCA in 2019, after I have left USA permanently in July 2018 as my F1 visa expired?I moved my funds >$10,000 to my native country in Nov 2018.

If you surrendered your visa  during 2018, then the FBAR and FATCA does not apply to you  unless you had become a resident alien for tax purposes during at least 2018.  When did you enter  first under F-1? Did you convert your F-1 to H-1 or what ? You are a citizen/resident of which country ( for treaty reasons )?

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DO I need to file FBAR and FATCA in 2019, after I have left USA permanently in July 2018 as my F1 visa expired?I moved my funds >$10,000 to my native country in Nov 2018.

I entered US as F1 in 2010. My F1 expired in 2018 and hence I moved back. No I did not convert to any other type of visa. I had income for initial part of 2018 for which I will file the W2. Citizen of India. Sorry for the late reply just saw this message.
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