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Hi all!

My interview is next Friday (1st of February). Somehow I am not afraid or in panic. Today I looked over my papers again and one thing came up:

I have two I-864's. One filed by my wife (no US-Income), and one filed by my dad-in-law (enough US-income). My problem is now that I have from my dad-in-law a complete copy of his tax return 2006, because he filed the I-864 at the end of 2007. But now we have 2008 and the most recent tax year would be 2007. But of course he did not file a tax return for 2007 yet (not necessary until mid of April 2008.

Could this be a problem? I assume they can not ask somebody to file his or her taxes early, right?

Based on that it would be correct to write "The most recent tax years... 2006, 2005, 2004" instead of "2007, 2006, 2005", right?

Thanks!

Oban


My timeline... (Frankfurt)

10/26/2007 Filed I-130 in person + paid 355 USD

10/26/2007 Filed DS-230 part 1 + got "case number"

10/26/2007 Received the document checklist

11/08/2007 Immunizations check

11/12/2007 Medical

11/16/2007 Faxed the "checklist" back to the consulate

11/26/2007 Confirmation via e-mail that the consulate received the "checklist" and medical result

12/18/2007 I-130 petition approved!!!

12/20/2007 Notice of Approval arrives via snail mail

02/01/2008 Visa interview - APPROVAL!

02/05/2008 Received visa via snail mail. DCF DONE!

02/23/2008 Arrived in the U.S.! Flight to Seattle via Newark as POE

03/10/2008 Welcome Letter (Form I-797C, Notice of Action) arrived

03/15/2008 Another Welcome Letter (Form I-797C) arrived... what a waste...

03/20/2008 Received I-551 (green card) via snail mail

03/24/2008 Received social security card via snail mail

10/20/2008 Moved from Seattle to Mobile, AL

06/18/2009 Wife filed for divorce

10/07/2009 Divorce was finalized

12/17/2009 Filed I-751 to remove conditions on residence under waiver

12/25/2009 Refiled I-751 because USPS returned the filed to me (hmpf!!!)

12/31/2009 Vermont Service Center received I-751

01/27/2010 Received the Biometrics Appointment Letter. Never received my NOA1.

02/01/2010 Biometrics Appointment in New Orleans, LA.

04/24/2010 Approval of Removal of Conditions! No RFE or interview. Yes!!!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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I assume they can not ask somebody to file his or her taxes early, right?

Based on that it would be correct to write "The most recent tax years... 2006, 2005, 2004" instead of "2007, 2006, 2005", right?

Thanks!

Oban

Yes you are correct, 2006, 2005, 2004 - good luck with your interview :thumbs:

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Nigeria
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Hi all!

My interview is next Friday (1st of February). Somehow I am not afraid or in panic. Today I looked over my papers again and one thing came up:

I have two I-864's. One filed by my wife (no US-Income), and one filed by my dad-in-law (enough US-income). My problem is now that I have from my dad-in-law a complete copy of his tax return 2006, because he filed the I-864 at the end of 2007. But now we have 2008 and the most recent tax year would be 2007. But of course he did not file a tax return for 2007 yet (not necessary until mid of April 2008.

Could this be a problem? I assume they can not ask somebody to file his or her taxes early, right?

Based on that it would be correct to write "The most recent tax years... 2006, 2005, 2004" instead of "2007, 2006, 2005", right?

Thanks! they need most resnt for previuos year which is 2007 if u do not have 2008

Oban

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Here the result after the interview regarding my above mentioned question:

The most recent tax year is in this case 2006, because the deadline to file taxes for 2007 is mid of april. This is why 2006 is the most recent year until mid april 2008. Nobody can force your sponsor to file taxes on the 01/01/20XX just to make sure that you have the tax return of the physically most recent year...

Summary:

Everybody who has an interview appointment before mid of april 2008 is perfectly prepared with the transcripts of the tax return 2006! After that: transcript of tax return of 2007!


My timeline... (Frankfurt)

10/26/2007 Filed I-130 in person + paid 355 USD

10/26/2007 Filed DS-230 part 1 + got "case number"

10/26/2007 Received the document checklist

11/08/2007 Immunizations check

11/12/2007 Medical

11/16/2007 Faxed the "checklist" back to the consulate

11/26/2007 Confirmation via e-mail that the consulate received the "checklist" and medical result

12/18/2007 I-130 petition approved!!!

12/20/2007 Notice of Approval arrives via snail mail

02/01/2008 Visa interview - APPROVAL!

02/05/2008 Received visa via snail mail. DCF DONE!

02/23/2008 Arrived in the U.S.! Flight to Seattle via Newark as POE

03/10/2008 Welcome Letter (Form I-797C, Notice of Action) arrived

03/15/2008 Another Welcome Letter (Form I-797C) arrived... what a waste...

03/20/2008 Received I-551 (green card) via snail mail

03/24/2008 Received social security card via snail mail

10/20/2008 Moved from Seattle to Mobile, AL

06/18/2009 Wife filed for divorce

10/07/2009 Divorce was finalized

12/17/2009 Filed I-751 to remove conditions on residence under waiver

12/25/2009 Refiled I-751 because USPS returned the filed to me (hmpf!!!)

12/31/2009 Vermont Service Center received I-751

01/27/2010 Received the Biometrics Appointment Letter. Never received my NOA1.

02/01/2010 Biometrics Appointment in New Orleans, LA.

04/24/2010 Approval of Removal of Conditions! No RFE or interview. Yes!!!

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