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Hello, my dad will be co-sponsoring my wife as she adjusts her status (as I'm a graduate student and only make 18,000 per year). On the I-864, where it says to attach the most recent 3 years tax returns, should I include the most recent years (2010) as I have not completed the tax return for this year? Thanks,

-Andrew

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Australia
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Hello, my dad will be co-sponsoring my wife as she adjusts her status (as I'm a graduate student and only make 18,000 per year). On the I-864, where it says to attach the most recent 3 years tax returns, should I include the most recent years (2010) as I have not completed the tax return for this year? Thanks,

-Andrew

Including last 3 years is optional you only need to include last year 2010


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Hello, my dad will be co-sponsoring my wife as she adjusts her status (as I'm a graduate student and only make 18,000 per year). On the I-864, where it says to attach the most recent 3 years tax returns, should I include the most recent years (2010) as I have not completed the tax return for this year? Thanks,

-Andrew

Read the instructions more carefully. It says to include a copy of your tax return or IRS transcript for the most recent tax year only. You have to indicate that you've filed taxes for the most recent three years, and list your income for those years, but you are only required to submit the tax return or transcript for the most recent year. Submitting three years of returns or transcripts is optional.

The return you filed in 2010 is not your 2010 tax return - it's your 2009 tax return. Every year you submit a tax return for the income you received in the previous year. The most recent tax year is the one with the most recent due date. The most recent due date is April 15, 2010, so the most recent tax return is the 2009 return. You could submit a 2010 tax return if you've already filed it, but it isn't due until April 18, 2011. Since you haven't filed it, submit your 2009 return or an IRS transcript of that return. You can submit additional returns for prior years if you think it will help establish qualifying ongoing income, but this is optional. It would also be pointless in your case since you're using a joint sponsor.


12/15/2009 - K1 Visa Interview - APPROVED!

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: China
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As reported here, you might need tax return for 2010.

I didn't do it, and hopefully I won't get an RFE as Matt did.

Got RFE'd today ugggh......this is so stupid! :angry: They say I need to submit a income tax return for the most recent tax year(2010). I sent in the 3 recent tax years statements07, 08,09...however Im assuming the USCIS looks at it like that I was fired or layed off and had no income for 2010. Im still working at the same job hello?????????? :bonk: I need to submit a statement from my company explaining my position and salary and etc.

Just wondering if I could just submit one off my sections of my 2010 W2 and this would be allright? :wacko:

Matt


01/03/2011 - Married

01/12/2011 - Day 0 - Mailed I-130, I-485, I-765, I-131 (USPS Express Mail)

01/13/2011 - Day 1 - Delivery Confirmation at USCIS Chicago Lockbox

01/18/2011 - Day 6 - Electronic (E-mail/SMS) confirmation of acceptance

01/19/2011 - Day 7 - Checks for I-130 and I-185 cashed

01/22/2011 - Day 10 - NOA received in the mail

02/02/2011 - Day 21 - Called USCIS regarding not receiving biometric appointment

02/05/2011 - Day 24 - Received biometric appointment dated 2/2, for 3/2

02/07/2011 - Day 26 - Biometric walk-in done

02/15/2011 - Day 34 - Called USCIS regarding not seeing my cases online

02/17/2011 - Day 36 - AOS shows up online, interview scheduled for March 24

02/22/2011 - Day 41 - Received interview letter in the mail

03/10/2011 - Day 57 - EAD & AP approved

03/19/2011 - Day 66 - EAD & AP "combined" card received

03/24/2011 - Day 71 - Interview, Green card approved

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