Revenu Quebec - Tax implications when moving from Quebec to Europe
I emigrated from Quebec to Europe in October 2015.
I know that I'm not required to file an income tax return, at least for Quebec (Not sure about Canada)
Now (2018), Revenu Quebec sent me a letter demanding I file and income tax return for 2015.
I called and notified them that I had emigrated to Europe in 2015, they modified the address on my file successfully, but RQ agents said that since I've already received the letter asking to file a return... "I should do it", "it would be best to do it"
Even though they now know that I live in Europe, they keep using words that seem more in line with convenience (Theirs) and not the proper procedure.
I read in this forum a post where someone mentioned that he/she received the same letter after a couple of years after moving from Quebec to Ontario, I know it's not exactly the same, but at least in regards to leaving Quebec it might be similar, this person sent a Notice of Assessment and that fixed the issue.
I could provide Revenu Quebec with the Notice of Assessment from Canada (Waiting for it), municipality document stating my moving into that European city in 2015, and driver's licence from Europe (Which was received in exchange for the Quebec Driver's Licence), also in 2015.
Could anyone confirm any of these, or provide examples, links, or any information about this?
Has anyone experience the same circumstance?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!