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Address on IRS transcript is different from our actual address, is it Ok?

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Hi everyone. Thank you a lot for helping me out here.

 

My USC spouse filed tax returns Married Jointly, for the last two years, but he used parents' address because he thinks it is a more permanent address. Now the address on our tax transcripts doesn't match our real address. Will that cause any problem (worried USCIS would think we don't live together) ?  Will it be better if I send them 2016 tax transcript too for which we will use our address, or anyway we need to write an explanation for it?

 

Thank you a lot! 

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I had a different address for IRS than our apt for one of the years and I just got approved. I didn't explain anything. But your mileage may vary. I did have plenty of evidence though.

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