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It's an odd question and I'm not sure if someone has asked it before but...

Are ANY of the visa forms we fill out for this process tax deductible? I know it sounds ridiculous but any money saved helps.


Pre-USCIS:

07-20-2008: Fell In Love

10/15/2008: Jami and I meet for the first time

1-17-2009: Became Engaged In Nova Scotia

04-01-2009: Visit to Nova Scotia to see Jami

06-29-2009: Jami comes to Arizona to visit

01-08-2010: Married in Fredericton, NB Canada

01-11-2010: Jami allowed back down with me after marriage for 6 months

USCIS JOURNEY:

05-20-2010: I-130 Packet mailed out! ( Finally! )

05-22-2010: Packet received at Lockbox

05-28-2010: NOA1 ($355.00)

07-07-2010: Jami went back to Fredericton, NB :(

10-29-2010: NOA2 ( FINALLY! )

NVC JOURNEY:

11-05-10: Case received at NVC

11-06-10: Called automated machine and got NVC case number

11-08-10: Called and changed Jami's address and added my email to case for corraspondance updates

11-16-10: DS-3032 email generated and emailed to us

11-16-10: AOS fee bill generated and emailed to us

11-18-10: Paid AOS Bill ($88.00)

11-23-10: Mailed completed DS-3032 through Canada Post

12-01-10: NVC Received DS-3032 and updated in System

12-06-10: Mailed AOS packet overnight express

12-16-10: Paid IV Bill ($404.00)

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Not that I know of.

What would be the basis of the deduction?


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It's an odd question and I'm not sure if someone has asked it before but...

Are ANY of the visa forms we fill out for this process tax deductible? I know it sounds ridiculous but any money saved helps.

it's been asked quite a few times before - and the answer is no.


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Anything's deductible if you really, really want it to be.

The IRS might disagree, of course

:P

All depends on how you present it... You can get IRS approval on most anything if you word it correctly.


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