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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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Our cosponsor is not sure if she is comfortable with letting her original taxes for the last 3 years go...

she wants me to just make copies to send to NVC.

I have heard that it has to be the originals.

Is there another way?

Any advice?

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Filed: Country: Jamaica
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Copies are fine. If using her returns, she needs to copy the W-2's as well. If using tax transcripts, which are free with just a phone call, W-2's are not necessary.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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:wacko:

Our cosponsor is not sure if she is comfortable with letting her original taxes for the last 3 years go...

she wants me to just make copies to send to NVC.

I have heard that it has to be the originals.

Is there another way?

Any advice?

FWIW, The original tax returns are on file with the IRS... All your co-sponsor has in there possesion are copies anyways... So make additional copies and all will be fine.

PS becareful using acronyms... AOS here typically means "Adjustment of Status" NOT "Affidavit of Support"

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:wacko:

Our cosponsor is not sure if she is comfortable with letting her original taxes for the last 3 years go...

she wants me to just make copies to send to NVC.

I have heard that it has to be the originals.

Is there another way?

Any advice?

FWIW, The original tax returns are on file with the IRS... All your co-sponsor has in there possesion are copies anyways... So make additional copies and all will be fine.

Yah, that's actually what I meant when I said copies are fine.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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The co sponsor can also call IRS and request simple transcripts. Transcripts are also acceptable in place of the returns, per I-864 instructions.

http://www.irs.gov/faqs/faq1-6.html


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PS becareful using acronyms... AOS here typically means "Adjustment of Status" NOT "Affidavit of Support"

For those with nonimmigrant K visas, yes, but that's not "here." We are in IR-1/CR-1 Immigrant Visa Land, where one never has to mess with adjustment of status and where it means an I-864 affidavit of support.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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PS becareful using acronyms... AOS here typically means "Adjustment of Status" NOT "Affidavit of Support"

For those with nonimmigrant K visas, yes, but that's not "here." We are in IR-1/CR-1 Immigrant Visa Land, where one never has to mess with adjustment of status and where it means an I-864 affidavit of support.

Thanks for clearing that up.... i had a small panic when i thought "what is he talking about? i thought i didn't have to do adjustment of status"..... lol

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