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Can I email NVC asking for them to explain RFE?

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Argentina
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Can I email NVC and ask them to explain an RFE?

Or should I just wait until letter or email arrives? (I haven't received either yet.)

ALSO I didn't even tell you guys about my stupid stupid RFE!

I haven't filed taxes since 2005 and attached a written letter/description (for question #25, I-864) and wrote SEE ATTACHMENT. They said that I had to write in zeros. #######.

Should I write 2007----0

2008----0

2009----0 ???

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Yes, if your income was zero, you should write in a zero. I know it seems a bit silly, but it is a legally binding document and they need to you state exactly what your income was.

This other RFE is a new one? Sure you can email them, but you can also call them and ask them.

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Argentina
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Yes, if your income was zero, you should write in a zero. I know it seems a bit silly, but it is a legally binding document and they need to you state exactly what your income was.

This other RFE is a new one? Sure you can email them, but you can also call them and ask them.

yes there were 3 in total.

they say that they did not receive my grandfather and co-sponsor's 1040 for the most recent tax year, which at that time was 2008, not 2009. i explained this to the woman (has anyone ever gotten a male operator?) and she said oh yes, well you need to send 1040 instead of W2. maybe there was only 1 copy instead of 2??? it was sent...i am 100% sure.

the other, BC of course.

and mine, writing in zero.

so i should write the years and then zero? or just one zero?

i will call again, i just think i'd feel better to have it written down since i am always so nervous. will call for the 4th time.

OH!!! AND MY INCOME WAS NOT ZERO, I JUST DIDN'T MAKE ENOUGH MONEY TO ACTUALLY FILE TAXES...would it still be a zero? I didn't file taxes because of this...not making enough money I mean. I was not due any return nor was I required to file it.

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