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Ok here goes.. I want to find out when filing for the AOS, my sis in-law is my co-sponsor & been getting all the supporting documents together. She files her taxes jointly with her husband & they get H&R Block to deal with it.. Would the income tax returns they get from H&R Block be good enough to be put in as supporting documents or does it have to be the transcripts? My sis in-law works & she cant always get to the phone to make the call to the IRS to get the transcripts. She has asked me if i could get the transcripts from the IRS for her, but the IRS wont give me that information would they?

Any help would be appreciated i am starting to get frustrated with the whole thing. According to the income tax returns there are copies of schedules, 1040 but no 1099 but the W-2 is there also.


We first met online 2004, but things started to get serious in Dec 2007. Made my first visit to the USA in march 2008 for 2 weeks. Then returned again in Aug 2008 for 3 months.. Then i came back to the UK for 5 months to return back to the USA April 2009 for another 3months.

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I-129f filed: 06/01/10

NOA1 received: 07/01/10

NOA2 received: 13/04/10

NVC received: 16/04/10

Left NVC: 19/04/10

Consulate Received: 21/04/10

Rec Instructions Pkt3: 23/04/10

Complete Instructions Pkt3: 24/05/10

Rec App. Letter Pkt4: 09/06/10

Medical Date: 30/06/10

Interview Date: 30/07/10

Interview Results: APPROVED

Received Visa: 13/08/10

Entered USA: 30/09/2010

Marriage: 24/10/2010

Filed AOS,EAD & AP: 10/01/2011

Received NOA1: 18/01/2011

Biometrics App. 25/02/2011

AOS: Transferred to California 14/02/2011

AOS & EAD: Approved

Received Greencard: 18/03/2011

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No they wont give you her tax information. Takes about 5-10mins on the phone to get it faxed or mailed to you thats all. Transcripts don't need all the extra papers with them and make fewer pages that the officer has to go through!


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Photo copies of them should be fine.

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it is better if you have tax transcripts you don't need w2s,call 1-800-908-9946, if you have a fax number you can ask the irs to fax you the years you need, or wait about two weeks to be mailed to you,you are going to need the tax transcripts at a later date to remove conditions,

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If the copy from H&R Block is complete, then that's fine. Not everyone has 1099s - those are generally for "independent contracting work."


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If the copy from H&R Block is complete, then that's fine. Not everyone has 1099s - those are generally for "independent contracting work."

Thanks for that Harpa Timsah i was starting to go out of my mind with worry as it was all getting confusing for me when i dont understand how the tax system works over here.. Thanks again & for all the other replies too..


We first met online 2004, but things started to get serious in Dec 2007. Made my first visit to the USA in march 2008 for 2 weeks. Then returned again in Aug 2008 for 3 months.. Then i came back to the UK for 5 months to return back to the USA April 2009 for another 3months.

TIMELINE

I-129f filed: 06/01/10

NOA1 received: 07/01/10

NOA2 received: 13/04/10

NVC received: 16/04/10

Left NVC: 19/04/10

Consulate Received: 21/04/10

Rec Instructions Pkt3: 23/04/10

Complete Instructions Pkt3: 24/05/10

Rec App. Letter Pkt4: 09/06/10

Medical Date: 30/06/10

Interview Date: 30/07/10

Interview Results: APPROVED

Received Visa: 13/08/10

Entered USA: 30/09/2010

Marriage: 24/10/2010

Filed AOS,EAD & AP: 10/01/2011

Received NOA1: 18/01/2011

Biometrics App. 25/02/2011

AOS: Transferred to California 14/02/2011

AOS & EAD: Approved

Received Greencard: 18/03/2011

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