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I just received the papers that I needed to fill up and file, I will be sending the papers back home for my fiance's signature and everything next week friday. i also found another part time job that pays $10.50 in addition with a part time job working @ wendy's for $8 an hour.

My only problem is i just got back from the Phil. last month and didn't get the chance to file my income tax from 2008. is there anyway i can still file it or if not what can i do. Thanx!

i really do appreciate all those people that give advices..

i wish you all goodluck as well as congratulations!

:blush:


"So many nights I'm away from you...

are you sittin' at home, while i'm feeling so lonely...

can't understand why I feel for you...

Could I be here to love? cuz' its drivin' me crazy...

.....you're far away...." (0_O)

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I just received the papers that I needed to fill up and file, I will be sending the papers back home for my fiance's signature and everything next week friday. i also found another part time job that pays $10.50 in addition with a part time job working @ wendy's for $8 an hour.

My only problem is i just got back from the Phil. last month and didn't get the chance to file my income tax from 2008. is there anyway i can still file it or if not what can i do. Thanx!

i really do appreciate all those people that give advices..

i wish you all goodluck as well as congratulations!

:blush:

Yes, you have to file (and probably pay a fine) == IRS instructions

I suppose you listed your income for a reason? Do you make more than $18,212 a year? Not counting the costs of the petition and AOS down the road.


My Advice is usually based on "Worst Case Scenario" and what is written in the rules/laws/instructions. That is the way I roll... -Protect your Status - file before your I-94 expires.

WARNING: Phrases in this post may sound meaner than they were intended to be. Read the Adjudicator's Field Manual from USCIS

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
Timeline
I just received the papers that I needed to fill up and file, I will be sending the papers back home for my fiance's signature and everything next week friday. i also found another part time job that pays $10.50 in addition with a part time job working @ wendy's for $8 an hour.

My only problem is i just got back from the Phil. last month and didn't get the chance to file my income tax from 2008. is there anyway i can still file it or if not what can i do. Thanx!

i really do appreciate all those people that give advices..

i wish you all goodluck as well as congratulations!

:blush:

Yes, you have to file (and probably pay a fine) == IRS instructions

I suppose you listed your income for a reason? Do you make more than $18,212 a year? Not counting the costs of the petition and AOS down the road.

Hi Bobby. My fiance Greg earns a little over 40K a year. He has 2 daughters whom he gives child support to but do not live with him in his house. They just come over to visit during weekends. In the I134 that means... partially dependent yes?

Thanks!


Mr. and Mrs. Jaime Ferdinand Espiritu

request the honor of your presence

at the marriage of their daughter

Angelie Helena

to

Gregory William Preston

Thursday, the Fifth of November

Two Thousand and Nine

at Six O'clock in the Evening

Preston Estate

Wetherington Drive, Cincinnati

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I just received the papers that I needed to fill up and file, I will be sending the papers back home for my fiance's signature and everything next week friday. i also found another part time job that pays $10.50 in addition with a part time job working @ wendy's for $8 an hour.

My only problem is i just got back from the Phil. last month and didn't get the chance to file my income tax from 2008. is there anyway i can still file it or if not what can i do. Thanx!

i really do appreciate all those people that give advices..

i wish you all goodluck as well as congratulations!

:blush:

Yes, you have to file (and probably pay a fine) == IRS instructions

I suppose you listed your income for a reason? Do you make more than $18,212 a year? Not counting the costs of the petition and AOS down the road.

Hi Bobby. My fiance Greg earns a little over 40K a year. He has 2 daughters whom he gives child support to but do not live with him in his house. They just come over to visit during weekends. In the I134 that means... partially dependent yes?

Thanks!

Does he list his children on his taxes? If so, they are his dependents, and need to be placed on the count for the household.


My Advice is usually based on "Worst Case Scenario" and what is written in the rules/laws/instructions. That is the way I roll... -Protect your Status - file before your I-94 expires.

WARNING: Phrases in this post may sound meaner than they were intended to be. Read the Adjudicator's Field Manual from USCIS

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