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Will USEM ask for 2014 ITR of my USC husband

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Hi eveyrone,

I hope someone can help me regarding this topic. My CR-1 Interview is set on May 4, 2015 and I am just worried regarding this subject. I have discussed this so many times with my husband but it just lead us to an argument.

Will USEM ask for 2014 ITR of my husband at the interview? During the NVC stage, we only sent in 2011,2012 and 2013 as he was not working the following year. However, we got approved at the NVC without a co-sponsor as all his previous ITR was way above the poverty line for those years plus last January 2015, he secured a job paying him $25/hour. We provided NVC with his Employment letter stating his salary. I am just worried theCO might ask for the 2014 ITR which we don't have..Please help. Thanks a lot.

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they might. we have our interview on may 28 and i did my tax return and sent it to NVC and was approved right away.

but i want to be safe so i will give my wife the original ITR so she can be ready if they request.

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Met June 2011

Baby 1 dob      Jan 28, 2013

Baby 2 dob     March 15, 2014

Baby 3 dob     May 11, 2018

Got married February 5, 2014:

USCIS: February 1, 2014:

Sent I-130: February 17, 2014:

NOA1 to NVC August 18, 2014:

Case Complete NVC March 17, 2015

Letter and instructions from NVC for INTERVIEW March 27, 2015

__________________________________________________________

Medical Exam May 26, 2015

Bio-metrics Appt. May 27, 2015 -

INTERVIEW DAY May 28, 2015 - APPROVED!!!!!!!!

VISA RECEIVED: June 4, 2015

Point of Entry: JULY 14, 2015

SS Card Received: JULY 22, 2015

Green Card Received: AUGUST 27, 2015

__________________________________________

LIFTING CONDITIONS

Date Filed: April 15, 2017

Bio Appt:    June 1, 2017

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they might. we have our interview on may 28 and i did my tax return and sent it to NVC and was approved right away.

but i want to be safe so i will give my wife the original ITR so she can be ready if they request.

BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY, IT DOESNT HURT TO HAVE IT WITH YOU! BEST WISHES!!! :goofy: :goofy: :goofy: :goofy: :goofy: :goofy: :goofy:

Thank you and best wishes to you too.

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Apr 15 is the last day of filing. The embassy will definitely ask for it.

Good luck.

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Apr 15 is the last day of filing. The embassy will definitely ask for it.

Good luck.

Thank you apple21. How can he file if he was not working the whole year 2014? I still don't understand and it's really frustrating me :( I don't wanna be on AP after the interview :(:(

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Present income is what matters. Past income is only some evidence of present income, not the sole determiner.

If his 2014 income was not enough but he has a new 2015 job that is enough, 3 pay stubs plus a letter from his employer plus a letter from him explaining the temporary interruption in his income last year should suffice.

But do provide the 2014 ITR so they do not think you are trying to hide something.

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