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This also hits nonresident aliens. For 1040NR filers, MFJ and HOH are not options at all. The only choices are single, or if married then MFS which is less beneficial than single.
Unless the NRA filing a 1040NR form is married to a US citizen, where there is an election they can make to file jointly. This does, however, bring ALL of the NRA spouse's income into play (well, theoretically anyhow). This is another option that was implemented for a completely different situation - namely when an NRA married to a USC either arrives in the US or departs the US part way through the year. But for some dual-nationality couples it allows them the greater allowances and deductions of filing jointly.

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