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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Canada
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Hi all,

I was just about to send off my I-864EZ and I was looking around on here but have only noticed information talking about the I-864. Is the I-864EZ going to work just as well or have people had problems with using it? Also, I was only planning on sending my most recent tax return (2009) since the 2007-08 returns are "optional". Someone feel free to tell me I'm being crazy and just send in all 3 years.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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You can use I864EZ if you meet the 3 requirements on the first page. No issues using it. I plan on using that as well when i get my NOA2. As for sending tax returns. Just send in all three years to be safe :)


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Peru
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They say optinal on all of the forms but some people get RFE's is there is any doubt that your income isn't at the 125% level. I second JohnDoe12, send in the last 3 years. NO need to get an RFE and tack on time.


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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Canada
Timeline

They say optinal on all of the forms but some people get RFE's is there is any doubt that your income isn't at the 125% level. I second JohnDoe12, send in the last 3 years. NO need to get an RFE and tack on time.

Well, that is actually the reason why I would want to send in only the 2009 return. In 2007 and 2008 I worked kind of a dead-end job in order to get the bills paid until I finally landed my current job that pays quite well...well above the 125%. So I would think that sending the 07-08 tax returns, which show that I might have barely made the 125%, might look more suspicious. I suppose they would take all things into account right?(new job, promotions, etc.)

Thanks for your replies!

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All that matters is your current job and current tax return. So even if you send in the 3 where you barely meet the 125% requirement, you should be good.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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Well, that is actually the reason why I would want to send in only the 2009 return. In 2007 and 2008 I worked kind of a dead-end job in order to get the bills paid until I finally landed my current job that pays quite well...well above the 125%. So I would think that sending the 07-08 tax returns, which show that I might have barely made the 125%, might look more suspicious. I suppose they would take all things into account right?(new job, promotions, etc.)

Thanks for your replies!

Soooo you are making me wonder if you have really looked at the I-864 (or EZ). You have to state your earnings for all three years anyway, so you can't hide what your earnings were for the previous 2 years.

No need to send in 2007 or 2008 if you are comfortably over the poverty guidelines for 2009 - however, I would certainly get copies of those transcripts for your wife to take to the interview, you don't want her sitting there being asked for - easy to obtain - information. That will hold you up for weeks.

Yes, they do take all things in to account.

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Canada
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Soooo you are making me wonder if you have really looked at the I-864 (or EZ). You have to state your earnings for all three years anyway, so you can't hide what your earnings were for the previous 2 years.

No need to send in 2007 or 2008 if you are comfortably over the poverty guidelines for 2009 - however, I would certainly get copies of those transcripts for your wife to take to the interview, you don't want her sitting there being asked for - easy to obtain - information. That will hold you up for weeks.

Yes, they do take all things in to account.

Good point about transcripts for 07-08. I'll make sure she has them.

And yes, I have looked at the form in fact I already have the I-864EZ already filled out and printed. One copy with the optional box checked and one without it checked ;) Yes, I do have too much time on my hands.

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