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I-864 will I get RFE?

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I sent my AOS application last week, I think pretty much everything is OK, but I am not sure if I did the right thing with I-864.

I did my husband's taxes online, so for USCIS I printed 1040 that I had him sign, and I made a photocopy of w2 that I included. Then I read here I shoud have asked for transcripts from IRS. Do you think I will get RFE? What I did is completely legitimate, but now I am worried if they will accept it. I ordered transcripts today by phone just in case (for last 3 years).

Any thoughts? Thanks


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I sent my AOS application last week, I think pretty much everything is OK, but I am not sure if I did the right thing with I-864.

I did my husband's taxes online, so for USCIS I printed 1040 that I had him sign, and I made a photocopy of w2 that I included. Then I read here I shoud have asked for transcripts from IRS. Do you think I will get RFE? What I did is completely legitimate, but now I am worried if they will accept it. I ordered transcripts today by phone just in case (for last 3 years).

Any thoughts? Thanks

You will probably be fine, but if not you will have the transcripts in hand for a quick response to a RFE. And you will also be able to bring them to your interview.


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I sent the same thing to the NVC with the I-864, copies of 1040s with copies of corresponding W2s. The IRS transcripts are only needed if you don't want to send the tax returns/W2s or if you're missing one of the two.

So you're fine.

Diana


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Thanks a lot guys


Adjustment of Status

18 July 2008 - AOS package sent to Chicago

21 July 2008 - Delivered at 8.38am, signed by R. Mercedo

24 July 2008 - Checks cashed, NOA sent for I-485, I-130, I-765 and I-131

28 July 2008 - NOA received in mail, applied for State ID

29 July 2008 - Case viewable online

04 Aug 2008 - NOA for Biometrics (sent July 30)

20 Aug 2008 - Biometrics done

23 Aug 2008 - Received State ID card, valid for 4 years

05 Sep 2008 - Received new corrected State ID

24 Sep 2008 - AP and EAD approved

04 Oct 2008 - EAD in the mail

05 Oct 2008 - AP in the mail, applied for SSN

07 Oct 2008 - Job interview

10 Oct 2008 - First day at work

20 Oct 2008 - Social Security card in the mail, got my first paycheck

11 Dec 2008 - Passed driver's knowledge test

24 Dec 2008 - Notice for interview

19 Feb 2009 - Interview

27 Feb 2009 - Welcome letter - APPROVED

06 Mar 2009 - GREEN CARD ARRIVED

Removing of Conditions

03 Dec 2010 - I-751 sent to California

06 Dec 2010 - Package received

08 Dec 2010 - Check cashed

16 Dec 2010 - NOA in the mail, dated 12/06/2010

24 Dec 2010 - Biometrics notice received, dated 12/17/2010

14 Jan 2011 - Biometrics

01 Mar 2011 - APPROVED

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