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Hi everyone,

I am reading the instructions for filling out the I-134, Affidavit of Support, and I am unsure in what situation does the sponsor have to supply a W2. According to the instructuions W2 has to be given only by the sponsors who are self employed, but I believe I have read that everyone needs to provide it.

Can you please help if you know the answer.

Thank you for everything,

Eva

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Call IRS to fax you a 3 years Tax transcrpt. It's free. In this way you DO NOT need W2.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Hi everyone,

I am reading the instructions for filling out the I-134, Affidavit of Support, and I am unsure in what situation does the sponsor have to supply a W2. According to the instructuions W2 has to be given only by the sponsors who are self employed, but I believe I have read that everyone needs to provide it.

Can you please help if you know the answer.

Thank you for everything,

Eva

Typically a self-employed individual will not have a W-2 as this is for a regular employee, so to require it only for those individuals, would be a near impossibility

moving to consulate forum as that is where I-134 discussion is suggested to be.

Edited by payxibka

YMMV

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Filed: Other Country: China
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Hi everyone,

I am reading the instructions for filling out the I-134, Affidavit of Support, and I am unsure in what situation does the sponsor have to supply a W2. According to the instructuions W2 has to be given only by the sponsors who are self employed, but I believe I have read that everyone needs to provide it.

Can you please help if you know the answer.

Thank you for everything,

Eva

You won't read anything in the I-134 instructions about a W2. The instructions indicate a self employed person should provide a tax return. Self employed don't have W2 forms. Employed people do.

Further, there are "requirements" and there are "best practices". The best practice is to include three years of tax transcripts or complete returns including all schedules, W2s, 1099s etc.


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Hi everyone,

I am reading the instructions for filling out the I-134, Affidavit of Support, and I am unsure in what situation does the sponsor have to supply a W2. According to the instructuions W2 has to be given only by the sponsors who are self employed, but I believe I have read that everyone needs to provide it.

Can you please help if you know the answer.

Thank you for everything,

Eva

You won't read anything in the I-134 instructions about a W2. The instructions indicate a self employed person should provide a tax return. Self employed don't have W2 forms. Employed people do.

Further, there are "requirements" and there are "best practices". The best practice is to include three years of tax transcripts or complete returns including all schedules, W2s, 1099s etc.

So everyone needs to provide some kind of tax information?

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