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Has anyone had a interview in the last month or 2, i have a question someone told my brothers wife that they want tax papers for the last 3 years in the interview and we don't think that the consulate is asking for this cause they should already have it from the nvc. did the consulate ask anyone about there spouses taxes.

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Has anyone had a interview in the last month or 2, i have a question someone told my brothers wife that they want tax papers for the last 3 years in the interview and we don't think that the consulate is asking for this cause they should already have it from the nvc. did the consulate ask anyone about there spouses taxes.

Well, you have a valid question. The NVC website states that they can ask for the past three years, but in Morocco, one never knows as they seem to make up their own rules. I would be safe and have the past three years available. Maybe you can check the forum pertaining to your embassy and get a better idea of how they operate.

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My wife's interview was earlier this month and they did not ask for any tax or income information. But I have read that people say to take all the information that was included in the I-864 to the interview. Furthermore I would suggest wife bring copies of everything all ready submitted to the interview. Don't want a delay because of a missing paper. I included the NBI with wife's DS-230 and at the interview the C.O. said it was missing. Luckily she had another one with her.


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The NVC had all our tax papers for 3 years and somehow our co-sponsors went missing in transit from NVC to consulate. I had to go home and call her CA to get the transcripts again. Save yourself the potential hassle and bring copies. Things go missing when they get moved from being a doorstop to a desk pillow at the NVC sometimes :wacko:


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Yes, in the philippines they will frequently require the full 3 years returns. I read a message on another site recently (or maybe it was this one) that someone new was in charge in the embassy recently and they are sticklers for this type of thing and are requiring 3 years even though I believe only 1 is required by the rules of the form.

As a general rule in my experience, ALWAYS take a copy of EVERY document that they could conceivably ask for when dealing with the embassy, even if they have already been provided it before. If they lose it is is your loss while they wait for you to provide it. You are responsible if they don't have it. Each embassy is different and it can even depend on who is the person who does the interview how much may be asked for.


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ALWAYS take a copy of EVERY document that they could conceivably ask for when dealing with the embassy, even if they have already been provided it before. If they lose it is is your loss while they wait for you to provide it. You are responsible if they don't have it.

^^^ 100% agreed. :thumbs:

Our caseworker at the U.S. Embassy Manila lost my I-134 and all of its supporting documents, including my tax returns. Fortunately, Chinook had copies which she submitted.


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