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YELLOW LETTER (REQUEST FOR INITIAL EVIDENCE)

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Hi everybody, i just got a yellow letter from uscis asking for evidence, they want a complete federal income tax from my husband (wich we alredy sent with the form I-864 from the latest w2, 2006,7,8)

and they said also that we need evidence of assets that meet the federal poverty line or join an sponsor cuz we didnt meet the income 125%..(my husband its self employed and his income its double the amount and we dont know why are they asking for this, can someone help us with this problem. at least what should we sent this time?

Thanks so much!..XD

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Maybe they were looking for current year? You did not include TY 2009 return, that triggered, IMO, this request.


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Maybe they were looking for current year? You did not include TY 2009 return, that triggered, IMO, this request.

yes, we also include 2009! and i still dont understand why we have to do this again, and how meaning what else its there that can help us as evidence!

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Then I'll suggest the person reviewing the I-864 did not understand the tax documents.

Self-employed is different category, many things eaten up on the Schedule C.

I'm thinking they compared the numbers he put on the I-864 with the numbers on the tax return, found major discrepancy when doing the math , and now want further clarification.


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Then I'll suggest the person reviewing the I-864 did not understand the tax documents.

Self-employed is different category, many things eaten up on the Schedule C.

I'm thinking they compared the numbers he put on the I-864 with the numbers on the tax return, found major discrepancy when doing the math , and now want further clarification.

so what should we do then?, what evidence can we sent?.. :(

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Have your USC spouse fill out a new I-864, IMO, with the tax returns in front of him, when he fills it out.

Then compare the new I-864 with the copy of the I-864 that you sent in, note (HERE ON VJ) any discrepancies - then maybe, we can figure it out.

In addition, a letter explaining income sometimes can be useful, as well.

For many self-employed ppl, that taxable amount rarely reflects total income, so they rely (in addition) to having a CPA prepare an 'audited income statement' and include that with the I-864.

If, everything is golden already, and you feel this is a wasted exercise (it may be, who knows? ) then send in exactly what was sent before, with a letter of explanation.

Good Luck !


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