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Joint Sponsor has letter from bank, with statements and current amount, has letter from employer (he is a police officer) but will not give tax transcripts out because it doesn't ask for them on the Instruction form for 1-I34. What do i do? What will happen without the tax transcripts?


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Joint Sponsor has letter from bank, with statements and current amount, has letter from employer (he is a police officer) but will not give tax transcripts out because it doesn't ask for them on the Instruction form for 1-I34. What do i do? What will happen without the tax transcripts?

What does your embassy require? - that is the real question.

If they need tax info - and if you didn't provide them, you will get an RFE for the info.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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It might not be a problem, technically the tax transcripts are not required for the I-134, the person just has to prove income. Have a look at this thread, one person there didn't bring transcripts and had no problem.

Does Montreal Consulate require I-864 or JUST I-134?

If you are using the same joint sponsor for your adjustment of status, they do understand that you will need those tax transcripts shortly, for when you submit the I-864?

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand
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You didn't mention any pay stubs either. It is customary to show pay stubs to show employment is current and matches the letter of employment verification. Again your specific Consulate might not require it.


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