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a question about tax transcript

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YuAndDan once showed me that I could obtain a copy of my tax transcript free of charge from the IRS. When I looked at the application form, transcript with 1044 only takes 10 days, however, if W-2 and 1099 data are to be included, it would take up to 45 business days. Do I need W-2 and 1099 data to be shown? Based on the time frame, I am trying to decide if I should use my own tax backup copies or go with the transcript. Thanks.

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You can use your own copies - make sure to include the copies of W-2s and 1099s if applicable. I never submitted transcripts, but you could if you want (and have the time). Good Luck



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For my interview, I had the IRS transcripts, but the Consulate only wanted the copies of the 1040 and W-2 for the last 2 years. They did not even look at the transcripts and gave them back to me.


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hey major,

check this out it explains alot about changes with I-864 submits.if anyone thinks this has changed plz let us all know. http://travel.state.gov/visa/laws/telegram...grams_2863.html sry i still haven't figured out how to attach website ads.you can also google(Revised Requirements for form I-864 processing).i imagine this is archived here in VJ somewhere......GOOD LUCK!!!

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