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Income Tax returns for K-1

#1 JustBreathe

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  • City:Thunder Bay/Louisville
  • Filed for: K-1 Visa
  • Country: Canada



Posted 28 November 2012 - 03:46 PM

Been trying to find this online without any luck. Hoping someone can answer my question here.

I am the Canadian fiancee and am wondering if I need my past tax returns for the interview or at any point in this process? If so, how far back?

Thanks for your help
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♥ Our K-1 Journey ♥
11/24/2012 - I-129F submitted via UPS (Vermont Service Center)
11/27/2012 - NOA1

06/05/2013- NOA2

06/10/2013-NVC received our case

06/14/2013-MTL case number assigned

06/17/2013-Case sent to Montreal

06/19/2013-Logged at Montreal

06/21/2013-Packet 3 sent out

06/27/2013- Packet 4 sent out

08/30/2013- Interview Montreal
09/09/2013-POE- Grand Portage, MN.

09/10/2013-at home in Kentucky

10/12/2013- we are MARRIED!

 

♥ Our AOS Journey ♥

11/21/2013 - submitted via USPS

11/27/2013-NOA1

12/23/2013-Biometrics appt. Louisville

01/24/2014-EAD/AP approved (65 days)

01/30/2014-EAD/AP mailed out, USPS 2 day tracking number assigned

02/01/2014-EAD/AP combo card arrived in the mail

03/04/2014- Used Advance Parole document to re-enter after a visit to Canada (without any issues)!

03/09/2014- checked USCIS website and saw update saying "Card/Document production" for I-485

03/13/2014-AOS approved. Received Welcome Letter (i-797)

03/17/2014-Green Card arrived in the mail

 

 

 

 

The sun sets on this ocean, never once on my devotion - Eddie Vedder


#2 Dave&Roza

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Posted 28 November 2012 - 03:59 PM

Been trying to find this online without any luck. Hoping someone can answer my question here.

I am the Canadian fiancee and am wondering if I need my past tax returns for the interview or at any point in this process? If so, how far back?

Thanks for your help


They only care about the USC's tax returns as it is the USC that must fill out the I-134 and I-864 where income levels are important and the USCIS uses the tax returns as one form of proof of that income.

Good luck,

Dave
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#3 Tygrys

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Posted 28 November 2012 - 04:34 PM

Been trying to find this online without any luck. Hoping someone can answer my question here.

I am the Canadian fiancee and am wondering if I need my past tax returns for the interview or at any point in this process? If so, how far back?

Thanks for your help


No
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#4 Gary and Alla

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    Я вижу тебя



Posted 28 November 2012 - 04:34 PM

Been trying to find this online without any luck. Hoping someone can answer my question here.

I am the Canadian fiancee and am wondering if I need my past tax returns for the interview or at any point in this process? If so, how far back?

Thanks for your help

No.
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VERMONT!  I Reject Your Reality...and Substitute My Own!

Gary And Alla


#5 JustBreathe

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  • Country: Canada



Posted 28 November 2012 - 08:19 PM

Thank you for your speedy replies!

How far back does my fiance need his tax returns and for what part of the process?
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♥ Our K-1 Journey ♥
11/24/2012 - I-129F submitted via UPS (Vermont Service Center)
11/27/2012 - NOA1

06/05/2013- NOA2

06/10/2013-NVC received our case

06/14/2013-MTL case number assigned

06/17/2013-Case sent to Montreal

06/19/2013-Logged at Montreal

06/21/2013-Packet 3 sent out

06/27/2013- Packet 4 sent out

08/30/2013- Interview Montreal
09/09/2013-POE- Grand Portage, MN.

09/10/2013-at home in Kentucky

10/12/2013- we are MARRIED!

 

♥ Our AOS Journey ♥

11/21/2013 - submitted via USPS

11/27/2013-NOA1

12/23/2013-Biometrics appt. Louisville

01/24/2014-EAD/AP approved (65 days)

01/30/2014-EAD/AP mailed out, USPS 2 day tracking number assigned

02/01/2014-EAD/AP combo card arrived in the mail

03/04/2014- Used Advance Parole document to re-enter after a visit to Canada (without any issues)!

03/09/2014- checked USCIS website and saw update saying "Card/Document production" for I-485

03/13/2014-AOS approved. Received Welcome Letter (i-797)

03/17/2014-Green Card arrived in the mail

 

 

 

 

The sun sets on this ocean, never once on my devotion - Eddie Vedder


#6 katchoo12

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 08:57 AM

I had 3 years of my fiance (the petitioner) tax transcipt and they took all of them

Edited by katchoo12, 29 November 2012 - 08:58 AM.

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#7 bigdog

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 09:01 AM

My wife took a copy of the complete file to her interview.
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#8 JustBreathe

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Posted 29 November 2012 - 10:48 AM

I had 3 years of my fiance (the petitioner) tax transcipt and they took all of them


Thank you! That is what I was expecting about 3 years worth of returns.
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♥ Our K-1 Journey ♥
11/24/2012 - I-129F submitted via UPS (Vermont Service Center)
11/27/2012 - NOA1

06/05/2013- NOA2

06/10/2013-NVC received our case

06/14/2013-MTL case number assigned

06/17/2013-Case sent to Montreal

06/19/2013-Logged at Montreal

06/21/2013-Packet 3 sent out

06/27/2013- Packet 4 sent out

08/30/2013- Interview Montreal
09/09/2013-POE- Grand Portage, MN.

09/10/2013-at home in Kentucky

10/12/2013- we are MARRIED!

 

♥ Our AOS Journey ♥

11/21/2013 - submitted via USPS

11/27/2013-NOA1

12/23/2013-Biometrics appt. Louisville

01/24/2014-EAD/AP approved (65 days)

01/30/2014-EAD/AP mailed out, USPS 2 day tracking number assigned

02/01/2014-EAD/AP combo card arrived in the mail

03/04/2014- Used Advance Parole document to re-enter after a visit to Canada (without any issues)!

03/09/2014- checked USCIS website and saw update saying "Card/Document production" for I-485

03/13/2014-AOS approved. Received Welcome Letter (i-797)

03/17/2014-Green Card arrived in the mail

 

 

 

 

The sun sets on this ocean, never once on my devotion - Eddie Vedder



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