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Is the US embassy still needs the Form 1099 if you are self employed during the interview or they just need the 2012-2014 ITR? Any members here who have business or self employed that they brought their 1099 during interview? Please help..


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They want the 1099 also


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They want the 1099 also

Thanks Hank! 1099 from 2012-2014? or we will just bring the 2014 only?


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The embassy only asks for the most recent tax return so it would be the 1099 that supports that ITR.


Hank

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Are they asking for tax information?

I know the last few months many people were told it was not needed.

No Vol, that is if your fiance is self employed instead of W2s might the embassy required the 1099 form...


May 4, 2014 Met Online

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November 13- 25, 2014 Fiance Second Trip to the Philippines

November 16, 2014 Got Engaged

December 14- January 14, 2015 Fiance Third Trip to the Philippines

February 5, 2015 Submit 1-129 petition

February 12, 2015 NOA 1

May 7, 2015 NOA 2 (Approved)

June 3-4, 2015 Medical (Passed)

June 25- July 15, 2015 Fiance Fourth Trip to the Philippines

June 26, 2015 Interview (Passed)

July 8, 2015 Visa Issued

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The embassy only asks for the most recent tax return so it would be the 1099 that supports that ITR.

Thank you so much Hank for this... we just realized that because he is not employed so he does not have the W2s and he got only the 2014 1099.. the 2012 & 2013 he still have to ask that from the company where he is an Independent contractor and hope its not too late for him to get that because he will be leaving tuesday to go here for my interview on June 26... Our lawyer reviewed the affidavit of support and did not even told him that he will have to bring the 1099 form hahaha.. I think she wants us to get 221g... better bring all, incase the embassy will ask for it..


May 4, 2014 Met Online

August 21- September 2, 2014 Fiance First Trip to the Philippines

November 13- 25, 2014 Fiance Second Trip to the Philippines

November 16, 2014 Got Engaged

December 14- January 14, 2015 Fiance Third Trip to the Philippines

February 5, 2015 Submit 1-129 petition

February 12, 2015 NOA 1

May 7, 2015 NOA 2 (Approved)

June 3-4, 2015 Medical (Passed)

June 25- July 15, 2015 Fiance Fourth Trip to the Philippines

June 26, 2015 Interview (Passed)

July 8, 2015 Visa Issued

July 11, 2015 Visa on Hand

July 15, 2015 POE Chicago O'Hare Airport

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1099's are not given to self employed people in many cases, Just be aware of that....

Yes if you are paid under $600 you are not given a 1099 or not required a 1099...


May 4, 2014 Met Online

August 21- September 2, 2014 Fiance First Trip to the Philippines

November 13- 25, 2014 Fiance Second Trip to the Philippines

November 16, 2014 Got Engaged

December 14- January 14, 2015 Fiance Third Trip to the Philippines

February 5, 2015 Submit 1-129 petition

February 12, 2015 NOA 1

May 7, 2015 NOA 2 (Approved)

June 3-4, 2015 Medical (Passed)

June 25- July 15, 2015 Fiance Fourth Trip to the Philippines

June 26, 2015 Interview (Passed)

July 8, 2015 Visa Issued

July 11, 2015 Visa on Hand

July 15, 2015 POE Chicago O'Hare Airport

" To God be the Glory"

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Thank you so much Hank for this... we just realized that because he is not employed so he does not have the W2s and he got only the 2014 1099.. the 2012 & 2013 he still have to ask that from the company where he is an Independent contractor and hope its not too late for him to get that because he will be leaving tuesday to go here for my interview on June 26... Our lawyer reviewed the affidavit of support and did not even told him that he will have to bring the 1099 form hahaha.. I think she wants us to get 221g... better bring all, incase the embassy will ask for it..

Having more supporting documents is never a bad thing when going through your interview. Just don't drive yourself crazy. Because you are here asking good questions and trying to stay inform, you see you that there is no value in your lawyers "expertise". Many lawyers will do a good job, but the visa lawyers are becoming known for not staying up with the constant changes which cause additional delays. This is the best place to be for answers. Keep asking questions. Good luck with your interview. :thumbs:


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Having more supporting documents is never a bad thing when going through your interview. Just don't drive yourself crazy. Because you are here asking good questions and trying to stay inform, you see you that there is no value in your lawyers "expertise". Many lawyers will do a good job, but the visa lawyers are becoming known for not staying up with the constant changes which cause additional delays. This is the best place to be for answers. Keep asking questions. Good luck with your interview. :thumbs:

Thanks Greenbaum... VJ really helps me a lot especially with you and Hank site it is a very useful and very detailed. Thumbs up for you two!


May 4, 2014 Met Online

August 21- September 2, 2014 Fiance First Trip to the Philippines

November 13- 25, 2014 Fiance Second Trip to the Philippines

November 16, 2014 Got Engaged

December 14- January 14, 2015 Fiance Third Trip to the Philippines

February 5, 2015 Submit 1-129 petition

February 12, 2015 NOA 1

May 7, 2015 NOA 2 (Approved)

June 3-4, 2015 Medical (Passed)

June 25- July 15, 2015 Fiance Fourth Trip to the Philippines

June 26, 2015 Interview (Passed)

July 8, 2015 Visa Issued

July 11, 2015 Visa on Hand

July 15, 2015 POE Chicago O'Hare Airport

" To God be the Glory"

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