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Filed: Country: Italy
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Hi,

so we have to present I-864. My wife is a full time student but she filed taxes two years ago since she had a part time job. What do we need to present then? The last three years of tax filings? How do we get those and how long does it take?

Also, we are using her grandmother as cosponsor. What does she has to do? She has considerable assets, does she have to enclose which kind of proof for those assets? Also, she is retired, must she present her last 3 years tax filings as well and how she get those as well?

thanks!


12/07/2009 - I-130 and supporting documents sent to USCIS office in Rome

12/16/2009 - USCIS office received the form

02/16/2010 - NOA1

02/22/2010 - I-130 Approved

05/27/2010 - DS-230 sent

07/19/2010 - Medical exam in Napoli

07/20/2010 - Interview

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Hi,

so we have to present I-864. My wife is a full time student but she filed taxes two years ago since she had a part time job. What do we need to present then? The last three years of tax filings? How do we get those and how long does it take?

Also, we are using her grandmother as cosponsor. What does she has to do? She has considerable assets, does she have to enclose which kind of proof for those assets? Also, she is retired, must she present her last 3 years tax filings as well and how she get those as well?

thanks!

Read through this...


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: Country: Italy
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How many years of tax filings are required? 1 or 3?


12/07/2009 - I-130 and supporting documents sent to USCIS office in Rome

12/16/2009 - USCIS office received the form

02/16/2010 - NOA1

02/22/2010 - I-130 Approved

05/27/2010 - DS-230 sent

07/19/2010 - Medical exam in Napoli

07/20/2010 - Interview

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Technically just last year. However, a CO can ask for the other two years and probably will if you are near the cutoff for the poverty guidelines. They sometimes want to see a bigger financial picture.

Therefore you should have all 3 years with you at the consulate.

In fact, the answer to your question is on the page that Bobby linked to. The I-864 is a really important document in this process, that and the DS-230. I would recommend that you read through all the instructions. Good luck.

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