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Recently we filled out the paperwork for green card and work visa, I got an RFE saying I didnt make enough money and need a co sponser or the newest tax paperwork. My paperwork just came in the mail. The 1099 forms, and I dont have time to do the taxes do to the fact that I have to send in the paperwork this week.

I dont have a co sponsor, should I pack up the 1099 forms and write a letter explaining that I didnt have the time to do the taxes.

I cant afford to have them denie the green card and work visa. And if they do deny the green card, will then continue working on the work visa.

What do you guys suggest.

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Biggest thing is current evidence your income meets the requirements. 2014 taxes are not due yet.


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RFE normally gives you 80ish days to respond. Why don't you go to a CPA and pay ~$150 to get your taxes done, submit the copy of filed taxes and send off the RFE? Shouldn't take more than a week to get all this done. You can write off tax preparation fee on your next year's taxes.

And yes, from March 1 they can and do ask for 2014 taxes.


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Recently we filled out the paperwork for green card and work visa, I got an RFE saying I didnt make enough money and need a co sponser or the newest tax paperwork. My paperwork just came in the mail. The 1099 forms, and I dont have time to do the taxes do to the fact that I have to send in the paperwork this week.

I dont have a co sponsor, should I pack up the 1099 forms and write a letter explaining that I didnt have the time to do the taxes.

I cant afford to have them denie the green card and work visa. And if they do deny the green card, will then continue working on the work visa.

What do you guys suggest.

The best suggestion is to hurry up and get your taxes done, and then submit copies of your entire tax return with the RFE. You said you have a week to send in the RFE, so should be plenty of time to get it done. You also say you don't have time? Make time. If this is really important to you, then you need to put forth the effort and make time.

If they don't receive the RFE response in time, your AOS application will likely be denied...this also means your EAD will also be denied.


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