Tax Credits in Quebec ?

I am a Canadian citizen working in USA since Feb 2014.

My wife and children are still in Montreal/Quebec.

The Canadian Federal considers me as "Resident de fait" which means, I have to do my fill out my tax forms as a regular resident of Canada.

Since there is a treaty between Canada and USA on income taxes, I can claim credits on the federal declaration using the form T2209.

Is there any equivalent form for T2209 to claim tax credits at the Quebec level ?

and if this is the case, does TurboTax (the canadian version) supports such form?




I'm not sure but have you checked Form T2036 "Provincial or Territorial Foreign Tax Credit" or Section A of Schedule E, "Tax Adjustments and Credits", or Form TP-772-V" or checked the link below.
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