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An Original IRS 1722 letter for interview?

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Hello all,

Just preparing for my interview. Looking at the standard document checklist they sent out with the appointment letter. I notice they ask "an original IRS 1722 letter if you are applying on the basis of marriage which i am (3yrs). I already sent copies of my 1040 forms for the past 3 years already in my application..I will also bring copies with me to the interview.. however whats is this 1722 letter about? PLus they sent me a a yellow letter months ago requesting documents they only needed was a state or govt issued ID.. nothing else.. i am issuming this is standard checklist brochure they like to send out just to make sure you have everything & to give us applicants are last minute panic!?? Anything else i should be concerned about to bring?

Anyone done there interview in phoenix? If so, how did ya go?

Cheers

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so what paper did you take for form 1722? thanks

Hello all,

Just preparing for my interview. Looking at the standard document checklist they sent out with the appointment letter. I notice they ask "an original IRS 1722 letter if you are applying on the basis of marriage which i am (3yrs). I already sent copies of my 1040 forms for the past 3 years already in my application..I will also bring copies with me to the interview.. however whats is this 1722 letter about? PLus they sent me a a yellow letter months ago requesting documents they only needed was a state or govt issued ID.. nothing else.. i am issuming this is standard checklist brochure they like to send out just to make sure you have everything & to give us applicants are last minute panic!?? Anything else i should be concerned about to bring?

Anyone done there interview in phoenix? If so, how did ya go?

Cheers

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I have a question about the IRS 1722 letter, could some people that had their interview recently share with me what they took to show their income taxes. The document check list says a 1722 but I have read old posts saying it is no longer used by the IRS. Can somebody help???? Thanks

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appears to be a verification for non-filing

http://www.ehow.com/facts_6049420_irs-form-1722_.html

That's right! Makes sense...

Quoting the link:

What Is an IRS Form 1722?

There are a number of organizations which require copies of tax transcripts in order to verify income. Universities often require them from students applying for financial aid and the U.S. Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services requests them of green card applicants. Taxpayers who do not file a return for the year in question usually can provide a Form 1722 in lieu of a tax return as verification.

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