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have been looking over the I-864 form and i have 2 questions :unsure:

Firstly my hubby has recieved his transcripts from the IRS, however it appears that he did not file for 2005. He was in the country and worked until April then came to uk for 6 months. Returned end of October after meeting moi! and then didn't start work again until January 2006. So he worked for a total of 4 months in 2005.... He cannot find his W2 from the employer he worked for and believes that he never recieved one. He has no idea how much he earned. The said employer has now gone bust and no longer has any shops open? So what does he do? He has 2004, 2006 and 2007 transcripts. Do you think this will suffice?

My second question is about the I-864 form itself. My hubby and his mom will be sponsors, however do they need to fill out a I-864 for each petition filed? ie, one for me and one for my daughter who my hubby is currently adopting? Or does one I-864 cover both of us? I thought it covered both however when reading through the form it states

Part3. question 9. I am sponsering the following family members immigrating at the same time or within 6 months of the principal immigrant named in part 2 above. Do not include any relative listed on a seperate petition.

My daughter has a seperate petition? But also if she is his adopted daughter the day she enters the US she becames a US citizen. Therefore does she need sponsoring? As our daughter , his biology daughter a US citizen does not need sponsoring?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom

I can't answer your questions on co-sponsors, but I'm currently working on the I-864 myself. On the Check List that comes with the form it states

A copy of your individual Federal income tax return, including W-2's for the most recent tax year or a statement and/or evidence describing why you wre not required to file. also include a copy of each and every Form 1099, schedule, and any other evidence of reported income. You may submit this information for the most recent three tax years, pay stub(s) from the most recent six months, and/or a letter from your employer if you believe any of these items will help qualify you.

It sounds to me they only want the W-2's for this year. As for the most recent take years, whatever year it was he didn't file supply a statement stating as to why he did not file taxes.

I don't think they are going to be terribly worried about the taxes from a few years ago...I think they are more concerned about the recent past, present and future.


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