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My wife is scheduled for an interview july 13 in manila for cr1 visa. In the appointment letter, nvc said "Bring updated Federal income tax information to the interview. If a sponsor filed an I-864 (Affidavit of Support) and provided the NVC with proof of an IRS Federal income tax extension in lieu of a Federal income tax return, bring the sponsor's most recent Federal income tax return to the visa interview. I did not sent nvc any of my income tax return because i have not yet filed any. I just had work last year. In which i am planning to file tax when she get here.I did file an extention to file for last year 2014 in which i have sent a proof to nvc. I filed for an extention because i am waiting for my wife to get here in the USA so she can have her social security to file for my tax. I have 2 co sponsor for her. Will the interviewer approv her visa or will ask for my tax return as well? Thank you in advance.

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It's possible that the CO will ask for your updated tax return (which you haven't filed.) It's also possible they will be fine.


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It's possible that the CO will ask for your updated tax return (which you haven't filed.) It's also possible they will be fine.

If ever they ask for it, will it be ok to say that i filed and extention to file and present them with the proof?

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You can, however they can still ask for the tax return as well.

This is kind of a, try if you want to, area.

You could also file your taxes and then amend them after your wife arrives if you're wanting to file MFJ.


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You can, however they can still ask for the tax return as well.

This is kind of a, try if you want to, area.

You could also file your taxes and then amend them after your wife arrives if you're wanting to file MFJ.

If i file now, i need to file MFS because my spouse do not have ssn or ITIN. Will that be ok with CO? And not raise any red flag?

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