Editing the Foreign Country Code - Example 1 (Foreign Address)The tax period 2020. Line A -- Check appropriate boxesAll boxes are blank.Line B -- Check box that applies to person filing return:The taxpayer checked checkbox for Individual and a letter I is edited in red at the end of Line B.{under Line C} Check all applicable boxes:The taxpayer checked checkbox: {a red number 1 is edited before the checkbox} (a) You are a U.S. transferor who, directly or indirectly, transferred money or other property during the current tax year to a foreign trust, (b) You held an outstanding obligation of a related foreign trust (or a person related to the trust) issued during the current tax year, that you reported as a qualified obligation (defined in the instructions) during the current tax year, or (c) You are the executor of the estate of a U.S. decedent and (1) the decedent made a transfer to a foreign trust by reason of death, (2) the decedent was treated as the owner of any portion of a foreign trust immediately prior to death, or (3) the decedent's estate included any portion of the assets of a foreign trust. See the instructions for Part I.Line 1Line 1a, Name of person(s) filing return (see instructions) -- field contains Ebony Bobcat with the name control Bobc underlined in red.Line 1b, Identification number -- field contains 000-00-0085 followed by the TIN Type indicator 0 edited in redLine 1c, Number, street, and room or suite number (if a P.O. box, see instructions) -- field contains 244 Caribou ParkLine 1d, Spouse's identification number -- blank fieldLine 1e, City or town -- field contains MelbourneLine 1f, State or province -- field contains Victoria but it has been circled in red and the letters VIC are edited in red to the right of the word Victoria.Line 1g, ZIP or postal code -- field contains 3000Line 1h, Country -- field contains Australia, and Australia has been circled in red and the country code is edited in red as /AS/$ in red and to the right.