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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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The embassy lost my 2009 tax transcrits i guess, somehow they dont have them, and told Ivy they need them and to bring them back friday.Now im really worried because i have been self employed for the last 10 years and my taxes dont show enough money.But i have started a job with new company this year and had employement letter and all check stubs since i started work. They told Ivy i not make enough income to suport 2 people but with my new job i make 3 times enough.

It seems they going on past years income more than what u make now!only thing they ask for was 2009 income tax file,i know i send it coz i sent the last 3 years.im trying to scan and send to Ivy now so she will have them and can take back friday

what everyone think will she get visa or be denied?

Im so depressed and Ivy is crying im going crazy now!Any advice should i get coSponser? they didnt ask for one.only ask for 2009 tax

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I'm sure you can get a copy of your tax transcripts from the IRS. I think I read someone said you can go to your local Irs office and they can print them for you. I don't know about that but I'm sure you can get them. Who prepared your 2009 taxes yourself ? HR block and turbotax online etc have records.

Have you looked at the income requirements ? They are pretty low. Someone else can comment here but I think I heard they don't often approve sponsored K1's in PH.

When I went with my fiancé all they asked for was my last years tax transcripts, not 3 years back and I don't think they asked for my paycheck stubs though I had it. I also had employment letter but they didn't ask me for that.


K1 timeline :

1/11/10 - I-129F sent to California Service Center

1/19/10 - NOA1

2/18/10 - moved and changed address on USCIS site

2/19/10 - touched

3/10/10 - touched

3/10/10 - NOA2, hardcopy recieved 3/12

3/16/10 - Left NVC, recieved MNL case #

3/22/10 - USEM recieved

4/19/10 - Passed Medical

4/28/10 - Interview - Approved

4/30/10 - Picked up Visa and completed CFO

5/5/10 - POE - Honolulu, Hawaii

5/6/10 - married in Hawaii

AOS timeline:

7/8/10 - received SSN Card

7/16/10 - reported US marriage for RP records

10/18/10 - AOS delivered in Chicago

10/25/10 - NOA1

11/04/10 - Biometrics Letter Received

11/23/10 - Biometrics Completed

11/24/10 - touched

11/26/10 - touched

02/14/11 - AOS approved at Interview, GC ordered

02/22/11 - GC arrives in mail

ROC Timeline:

12/17/12 - I-751 sent to California Service Center

12/20/12 - NOA1 arrives in mail

1/14/13 - Biometrics appointment

4/11/13 - RC Approved at Interview

4/22/13 - 10 Year Green Card arrived in mail

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Always Thankful for God's blessings on our lives..

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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I'm sure you can get a copy of your tax transcripts from the IRS. I think I read someone said you can go to your local Irs office and they can print them for you. I don't know about that but I'm sure you can get them. Who prepared your 2009 taxes yourself ? HR block and turbotax online etc have records.

Have you looked at the income requirements ? They are pretty low. Someone else can comment here but I think I heard they don't often approve sponsored K1's in PH.

When I went with my fiancé all they asked for was my last years tax transcripts, not 3 years back and I don't think they asked for my paycheck stubs though I had it. I also had employment letter but they didn't ask me for that.

Im making $60,000 a year now but just started the job this year! i think thats enough, but i guess they looking at the last few years!

Edited by Michael and Ivy

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ukraine
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You can get your income tax transcript within few minutes. Just call IRS and ask them to fax it to you.


Nov 25 2009 - While on vacation in Ukraine met my fiancee

Feb 20 2010 - Spent 8 amazing days in Caribbeans with my fiancee

April 16 2010 - Traveled to Ukraine

April 22 2010 - Returned to US

April 27 2010 - K1 filed

April 29 2010 - NOA 1

May 4 2010 - Touch

June 30 2010 - Touch

June 30 2010 - NOA 2!!!

July 06 2010 - NOA 2 Hard copy received

July 11 2010 - NVC still still didn't receive approved petition from USCIS. Sent inquiry via email to NVC regarding my case

July 13 2010 - USCIS claims that they sent my petition on July 6th to NVC. Sent inquiry to USCIS.

July 21 2010 - USCIS sent email saying approved petition was lost in transit, asking to submit duplicate copy in order to reconstruct my case

July 29 2010 - Duplicate copy sent to Vermont Service Center.

August 10 2010 - USCIS sent email. Original petition found

August 10 2010 - second NOA 2 issued.

August 12 2010 - NVC received petition

August 13 2010 - NVC forwarded the case to Kiev embassy !!!

September 6 2010 - Medical Exam

September 27 2010 - INTERVIEW!!!

September 27 2010 - Visa Approved!!!

October 5 2010 - Arrived to US!!!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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You can get your income tax transcript within few minutes. Just call IRS and ask them to fax it to you.

I have the transcript and have emailed to ivy

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Just my opinion but if you can try to find the last years tax records, show your paystub records from this year and letter from employer if you can. It's a good idea to have the 3 years back records if you can. I know it's good to be over prepared. Our interview probably took only 5 minutes. They asked us maybe 6 basic questions at the first window then at the interview desk. It wasn't difficult. I put effort in preparing our case but I heard from others the interviews are pretty quick once you get to that point if you have everything they need. The evidence of support is just a part of it this is the time to show the proof of relationship. I hope all goes well for you. We were really stressed but when we got to the big moment for us it wasn't hard. All the people at the embassy staff were nice and helpful to us.

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K1 timeline :

1/11/10 - I-129F sent to California Service Center

1/19/10 - NOA1

2/18/10 - moved and changed address on USCIS site

2/19/10 - touched

3/10/10 - touched

3/10/10 - NOA2, hardcopy recieved 3/12

3/16/10 - Left NVC, recieved MNL case #

3/22/10 - USEM recieved

4/19/10 - Passed Medical

4/28/10 - Interview - Approved

4/30/10 - Picked up Visa and completed CFO

5/5/10 - POE - Honolulu, Hawaii

5/6/10 - married in Hawaii

AOS timeline:

7/8/10 - received SSN Card

7/16/10 - reported US marriage for RP records

10/18/10 - AOS delivered in Chicago

10/25/10 - NOA1

11/04/10 - Biometrics Letter Received

11/23/10 - Biometrics Completed

11/24/10 - touched

11/26/10 - touched

02/14/11 - AOS approved at Interview, GC ordered

02/22/11 - GC arrives in mail

ROC Timeline:

12/17/12 - I-751 sent to California Service Center

12/20/12 - NOA1 arrives in mail

1/14/13 - Biometrics appointment

4/11/13 - RC Approved at Interview

4/22/13 - 10 Year Green Card arrived in mail

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Always Thankful for God's blessings on our lives..

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I'm thinking that you don't have anything to worry about. Maybe your case worker lost your tax transcripts, and it's as simple as that. The same thing happened to us, except, in our case, they lost my I-134, my tax returns, my tax transcripts, my W-2 forms, my pay stubs, my bank statement, and my employer's letter.

Also, they look at your current income rather than your past income. The reason for this is because current income is the best indicator for whether the beneficiary is likely to become a public charge in the States. Since your current income easily exceeds 125% of the poverty line, you should have no trouble. That's why it's likely that the case worker or the consul officer simply misplaced your documents and they need you to submit them again.

That being said, I also believe that a petitioner should put forth the very best financial case that they can. You can even submit a short personal letter explaining your improved financial situation and your willingness and ability to support your sweetheart. You could also submit an I-134 and the accompanying financial documents from a co-sponsor. Anything is fair game. It's up to you to convince the consul officer.

Right now is the time to give it your best shot. Good luck! :thumbs:


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Did they hand her a 221g form? I was given a blue slip (221g form) on July 1st since I didn't have my fiancé's pay stubs with me. I was asked to return between Monday-Thursday and I did just that. It's disappointing and I had my share of tears as well but the best thing for Ivy to do is check on the case and be optimistic. The consul focuses more on your present income. I surmise that they asked for your tax returns so they'll have something to base your financial stability on.

I had a co-sponsor yet the consul was more concerned with my fiancé's capacity to support me. The acceptance of the co-sponsorship is upon discretion of the consul. Submit the missing document and call the Embassy weekly to check on your status.

Here's the number: 3012000 press 7 then 5184 or 5185

The lady at the Embassy told me to wait for a week or two so all I can do is call and check for updates. Be optimistic and hang in there! good.gif

Toni

The embassy lost my 2009 tax transcrits i guess, somehow they dont have them, and told Ivy they need them and to bring them back friday.Now im really worried because i have been self employed for the last 10 years and my taxes dont show enough money.But i have started a job with new company this year and had employement letter and all check stubs since i started work. They told Ivy i not make enough income to suport 2 people but with my new job i make 3 times enough.

It seems they going on past years income more than what u make now!only thing they ask for was 2009 income tax file,i know i send it coz i sent the last 3 years.im trying to scan and send to Ivy now so she will have them and can take back friday

what everyone think will she get visa or be denied?

Im so depressed and Ivy is crying im going crazy now!Any advice should i get coSponser? they didnt ask for one.only ask for 2009 tax


K-1 TIMELINE

2-12-10: I-129F arrived at CSC

2-16-10: NOA1 issued

2-20-10: NOA1 hard copy received

4-5-10: NOA2 issued

4-9-10: NOA2 hard copy received

4-26-10: Embassy sent Toni a letter

6-9 & 11-10: Medical at SLMEC - PASSED!

7-1-10: Interview - BLUE

7-6-10: Submitted additional evidence of current sustained income (paychecks)

7-13-10: Visa Approved! (FINALLY!!!)

7-19-10: Visa Issued!

7-21-10: VISA IN HAND! (Thank God! The wait is finally over.)

8-26-10: POE: LAX

10-29-10 Wedding

AOS & EAD TIMELINE

4-1-11: AOS Package arrived at Chicago Lockbox

5-2-11: NOA issued for AOS & EAD

5-6-11: NOA hard copy received for AOS & EAD

5-6-11: Biometrics appointment letter received

5-20-11: AOS Package was transferred to CSC

5-26-11: Biometrics appointment

5-26-11: EAD approved (that was faaaaaaasst!)

10-3-11: AOS finally approved!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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The embassy gave Ivys passport back to her and gave her the air21 slip to fill out but told her not to pay until after she brings back the 2009 income tax records. Does this mean we are denied coz they gave her passport back?

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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My passport was returned to me as well and I filled up an Air 21 slip and was told not to pay. When I returned to the U.S Embassy, I submitted the lacking document along with my passport, a copy of the white paper plus the blue form with my details. It's not a denial. They just need the lacking document in order to continue processing your case. I'm still under Administrative Processing. Day 9 and counting...

The embassy gave Ivys passport back to her and gave her the air21 slip to fill out but told her not to pay until after she brings back the 2009 income tax records. Does this mean we are denied coz they gave her passport back?

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K-1 TIMELINE

2-12-10: I-129F arrived at CSC

2-16-10: NOA1 issued

2-20-10: NOA1 hard copy received

4-5-10: NOA2 issued

4-9-10: NOA2 hard copy received

4-26-10: Embassy sent Toni a letter

6-9 & 11-10: Medical at SLMEC - PASSED!

7-1-10: Interview - BLUE

7-6-10: Submitted additional evidence of current sustained income (paychecks)

7-13-10: Visa Approved! (FINALLY!!!)

7-19-10: Visa Issued!

7-21-10: VISA IN HAND! (Thank God! The wait is finally over.)

8-26-10: POE: LAX

10-29-10 Wedding

AOS & EAD TIMELINE

4-1-11: AOS Package arrived at Chicago Lockbox

5-2-11: NOA issued for AOS & EAD

5-6-11: NOA hard copy received for AOS & EAD

5-6-11: Biometrics appointment letter received

5-20-11: AOS Package was transferred to CSC

5-26-11: Biometrics appointment

5-26-11: EAD approved (that was faaaaaaasst!)

10-3-11: AOS finally approved!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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My passport was returned to me as well and I filled up an Air 21 slip and was told not to pay. When I returned to the U.S Embassy, I submitted the lacking document along with my passport, a copy of the white paper plus the blue form with my details. It's not a denial. They just need the lacking document in order to continue processing your case. I'm still under Administrative Processing. Day 9 and counting...

lets hope for it to be less then another 9 days !!!


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Ditto! I'm going to call the Embassy again tomorrow and hope for a constructive response this time because the spiels are getting monotonous. FINGERS CROSSED! Thanks Jason!

Toni

lets hope for it to be less then another 9 days !!!


K-1 TIMELINE

2-12-10: I-129F arrived at CSC

2-16-10: NOA1 issued

2-20-10: NOA1 hard copy received

4-5-10: NOA2 issued

4-9-10: NOA2 hard copy received

4-26-10: Embassy sent Toni a letter

6-9 & 11-10: Medical at SLMEC - PASSED!

7-1-10: Interview - BLUE

7-6-10: Submitted additional evidence of current sustained income (paychecks)

7-13-10: Visa Approved! (FINALLY!!!)

7-19-10: Visa Issued!

7-21-10: VISA IN HAND! (Thank God! The wait is finally over.)

8-26-10: POE: LAX

10-29-10 Wedding

AOS & EAD TIMELINE

4-1-11: AOS Package arrived at Chicago Lockbox

5-2-11: NOA issued for AOS & EAD

5-6-11: NOA hard copy received for AOS & EAD

5-6-11: Biometrics appointment letter received

5-20-11: AOS Package was transferred to CSC

5-26-11: Biometrics appointment

5-26-11: EAD approved (that was faaaaaaasst!)

10-3-11: AOS finally approved!

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Ditto! I'm going to call the Embassy again tomorrow and hope for a constructive response this time because the spiels are getting monotonous. FINGERS CROSSED! Thanks Jason!

Toni

I'll pray for u sis! :thumbs: Godbless!


K1 Visa
Sept.2009 Sent Petition
Oct.2009 Petition Approved
Nov.2009 Visa Recieved
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AOS
Feb. 2010 Sent AOS
Mar. 2010 Biometrics
May 2010 Interview
Jun 2010 GC Recieved
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Removing of Condition:
Mar.19,2012---------ROC sent
Mar.20,2012---------VSC received signed by D. Renaud
Mar.23,2012---------Check encashed
Mar.24,2012---------NOA1
Apr.19,2012----------Biometrics (Early Bio 4/11/2012)
May 2012 ------------Biometrics redo

Nov.30,2012---------RFE (fingerprint can't read needs to submit police clearance)

May 2013-------------Received Permanent Residence Card


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If they misplaced your 2009 tax info them they might not have your proof of current income either. E-mail her copies of all pay stubs from the new job and the Employment Letter also.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Just give them what they asked for and wait. It's not a denial. Just give them a little more time. Everything will be fine.


AOS Process

2010-12-30------------Sent I-485, I-765, & I-131

2011-01-10------------Received NOA1 for AOS, EAD, & AP

2011-01-18------------Biometrics letter received

2011-02-07------------Case transferred to CSC

2011-02-10------------Biometrics in Detroit

2011-02-28------------Permanent Resident Card Production Ordered

2011-03-07------------Green Card and Welcome Letter received

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