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Concern regarding income and tax return requirements

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I spent the last three years in graduate school. I now work in a job that pays very well, exceeding the minimum (poverty) income requirements by several times. However, I notice that form I-864, which I will be required to fill out, asks whether I've filed taxes for the past three years. And, it asks for the most recent tax document be attached. Since I was in graduate school, I did not file taxes for two of those years (I was not required to, due to not meeting the minimum income requirements.) I filed for last year, but with an extremely low income (again, due to being a full-time student). Should I expect to have issues with this? Again, I have a large salary that I will be listing, and can provide a 1040 or paystub to back this up.

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