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Do i need to show original paystubs of my co-sponsor?

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Do i need to show the original paystubs and ITR, W2 of my co sponsor? Because it says on the instructions that have to show the original copies of those to show them.....I doubt it they can send the original because it is all important documents to them...Help po....any idea


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01/2008 - My husband proposed to get married and I accepted it and planned/scheduled to meet me in person

09/04/2008 - He left the States for me

09/06/2008 - I picked him up on the terminal 2 airport

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01/29/2010 - Filed 1-130

04/12/2010 - 1-130 got approved

06/21-22 - Medical examination at St. Luke PASSED!!!

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07/27/ and 08/03- Got 2 Welcome Letters

08/13/2010 - Got my GC [/size][/color]

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If you have the co-sponsor's transcripts from IRS you shouldn't need to show them anything else.

If you are only going to show copies of the tax returns, then yes, they would need to see W2s or pay stubs, ideally the originals. Don't despair though. I know that many companies nowadays issue their W2s online, which the employee can print out and which are accepted by IRS. So first check whether that's a possibility with your co-sponsor. If not, you may want to consider either notarized copies of the originals or simple photocopies plus a letter from their employer confirming their employment, its lenght and how much they earn per year.


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June 26, 2010 - civil wedding
Aug 2, 2010 - I-130 package mailed to the London Consulate (DCF)
Aug 9, 2010 - NOA1 (confirmation of receipt) via email
Sep 4, 2010 - religious wedding
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July 29, 2013 - ROC approval letter received in the mail

July 31, 2013 - 10 year green card received in the mail!!!

My N-400 journey:

March 19, 2014 - N-400 package mailed to Phoenix, AZ Lockbox

March 24, 2014 - NOA1 date and Priority Date

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April 21, 2014 - Biometrics done

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If you have the co-sponsor's transcripts from IRS you shouldn't need to show them anything else.

If you are only going to show copies of the tax returns, then yes, they would need to see W2s or pay stubs, ideally the originals. Don't despair though. I know that many companies nowadays issue their W2s online, which the employee can print out and which are accepted by IRS. So first check whether that's a possibility with your co-sponsor. If not, you may want to consider either notarized copies of the originals or simple photocopies plus a letter from their employer confirming their employment, its lenght and how much they earn per year.

thanks for the respond...is that sure? I don't have problem showing my USC husband's original docs of ITR's and paystub ....I have to ask my co sponsor if i can borrow it because those are very important to them.....Any more ideas pls?


04/07/2007 - Met online thru Filipina Heart

04/08/2007 to 05/2007- Getting to know each other

06/2007 onward - long distance relationship went so well

(chat, email and calls,)

01/2008 - My husband proposed to get married and I accepted it and planned/scheduled to meet me in person

09/04/2008 - He left the States for me

09/06/2008 - I picked him up on the terminal 2 airport

10/08/2008 - We got married

01/29/2010 - Filed 1-130

04/12/2010 - 1-130 got approved

06/21-22 - Medical examination at St. Luke PASSED!!!

07/01/2010 - Interview PASSED! Love you Lord!!!!![/color][/size]

07/10/2010 - Arrived at AL USA with my husband

(POE- Dallas Forthworth Texas)

07/27/ and 08/03- Got 2 Welcome Letters

08/13/2010 - Got my GC [/size][/color]

04/26/12 - Submitted ROC documents

05/11/12 - Biometrics

12/26/12 - RFE

12/31/12 - Responded to RFE

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