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Affidavit of support no tax returns
8:19 pm

donnie ambra

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Hello,on affidavit of support,it says in order to sponsor your wife,you have to provide copy of tax return OR provide financial proof of savings. Has anyone did this option before? i have enough savings and i'm currently employed in US,can show them bank account statements and copies of paystubs (2k a week) instead of tax returns (don't have them)?

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Co sponsor checklist
6:53 pm


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hello, june 26th filers here! as the date of our noa2 is (hopefully) approaching, we've been trying to prepare for the interview as best as we can and learn as much as we can so i don't feel rushed and panicked when i finally have the interview date scheduled. more specifically, we're looking for answers about affidavit of support. we've asked my USC fiance's brother to be our co sponsor (because even though my fiance is working full time, he might just barely make the required income or not quite make it at all) but there's a couple nuances to his situation: he requested a tax filing extension for which the deadline, as i understand, was in october but he still hasn't filed his taxes yet, and another thing, he works for a company partly owned by him, so on paper he is not self employed but he doesn't have any actual pay stubs because he'd be the one writing them and he never saw a point in doing that.

so the questions are as follows:

  • is the co sponsor required to show tax returns, if so, what if he's still working on filing?
  • what alternatives are there for showing co sponsor's paycheck stubs?
  • i'm not sure if he files his taxes jointly with his wife, but if so, what impact does that have on what documents i'll have to show at the interview?

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tax returns
6:36 pm


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hello everyone! we submitted our i-129f in late june so we're still waiting on our noa2 and trying to learn as much as possible about what we'll need when we finally get it.

here's my question - my usc fiance has only the most recent year's tax returns to show because he hasn't filed them for the years before that. i've heard that some embassies require to see three most recent years' tax returns although on the official uscis website there's nothing about it being a compulsory thing. i just tried searching the forum for a definite answer about this, but i couldn't really find anything satisfying so now we're freaking out a little bit.

is it required to show his tax returns along with affidavit of support (we're also using a cosponsor)? do we need three years worth of tax returns or just the most recent?

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I-129f petition package
2:19 am


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Hello! We are an American/Lithuanian couple and we recently decided to get married! VisaJourney has been a huge help for us already while trying to learn as much as we can about this process. We're super glad there's other people who are going though the same thing and are willing to answer our questions.

So here's the thing, my U.S. citizen fiance has a criminal record, so do we have to get certified copies of every arrest (in reference to question 4.a. on the I-129f)? Do we need to include original certified documents or can we make photocopies of them for the petition?

Also, I have been been married before (very briefly, a joke gone too far) and according to the I-129f instructions we need to provide evidence of the annulment. Do we need a certified copy of the annulment documents? We want to be completely sure before we spend the money on certified copies.


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POE before visa expiration
6:48 am


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Hi Everyone,

I have a question concerning visa validity. It's valid for 6 months, when it has been issued. Let's say it's valid till 1st of August, would it be ok to enter POE at the 26th of July(1 week before visa will expire)? Wouldn't it cause any problems at the POE, that you are entering just before the expiration? Or it's advisable to enter earlyer?

Would appreciate your opinion.

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