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|I-751 Request For Evidence (RFE) - No join bank account, incomplete tax returns?
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Been reading this forum for a while and it's been really helpful, hope I can get some guidance on my case and that it will help others in the future!
Here's my background: I got residency through marriage and recently submitted a I-751 to remove conditions and get a 10 year green card, but recently received a Request For Evidence RFE for the following reasons:
Tax returns submitted but not complete. Asking to submit all required schedules, statements and W-2 attachments of our Federal tax return.
What is the correct way to attach our returns? I read it was http://www.irs.gov/Individuals/Get-Transcript and get "tax return transcripts" for the years in question, then attach any W-2's we have?
Not submitting a joint bank account statement
We have separate bank accounts, and like to keep our finances separate. All I can send the statements for our shared credit card account. Should I explain this in a cover letter?
Old electric bill, please submit current bills
The bill was for a previous residence, at our current residence my spouse is not on the lease and neither of our names are on the bill. I can put my spouse on the telephone bill and attach next months bill if that helps?
I'm only on a lease with my two other roommates, and we were also living apart for a while, not an ideal situation.
We hope to move soon and be able to get on the same lease, but probably need to send the RFE reply before that. Please advice :)
|got married recently and i have a question
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hello there :) my name is Andrew and I recently got married to my love of my life that i meet here in the united states during my vacation before studding.
I came legally to the US with tourist visa b1-b2, meet my wife during my visit at one of the casino at the downtown, dating with her for 5 months
and we got married.
my question is, if i want to work because i have to provide her and we want to get a house, and we planing a kid , and we have a dog even hhh what is my options?
we don't have money for a lawyer right now for the process of green card, is there option to get work permit during this time ?
I am of course legal here, the thing is my tourist visa expires at 2024 but my staying visa of 6 months expires at 1st march.
I would like for any help I could get, thank you :)
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