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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Nepal
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I am a citizen of US. I'm filing I-485 for my wife status adjustment. According to the I-485, I have to file i-864 but I started working from June 2010 and never filed my tax return before so I don't have any tax return statement. I started my military career from June and I got married in June. Now I'm getting paid more than I used to. In that case, I have to determine my annual income. How do I determine my annual pay and Is it suitable that I sent them my paystub or w2 if I don't have any tax return statement.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Australia
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I am a citizen of US. I'm filing I-485 for my wife status adjustment. According to the I-485, I have to file i-864 but I started working from June 2010 and never filed my tax return before so I don't have any tax return statement. I started my military career from June and I got married in June. Now I'm getting paid more than I used to. In that case, I have to determine my annual income. How do I determine my annual pay and Is it suitable that I sent them my paystub or w2 if I don't have any tax return statement.

Thank you

Are you filing AOS from a K1 visa? paystub or w2 :thumbs: letter stating employment and wages but if you wait till you do 2010 return then you can add that in with your AOS.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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This is not a topic about filing an I-130 to a consulate for a spouse visa, moving this to the adjustment of status forum.

You can make a fair estimate of income by dividing the amount you were paid last year by the number of weeks since starting to get a weekly pay, and then multiply by 52 to get a good approximate annual income.

Can file your 2010 return now, and attach a copy to the I-864.

Attach copies of past 6 months pay stubs.

Get a letter from employer.

Are you filing AOS from a K1 visa? paystub or w2 :thumbs: letter stating employment and wages but if you wait till you do 2010 return then you can add that in with your AOS.

Note sending a copy of W2 alone does not constitute a return.

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You will need a copy of your complete tax return in most cases. If you weren't required to file last year, then you can write a letter explaining why you were not required, or you can go back and file them for 2009, or file 2010 now and send a copy of 2010.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Australia
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This is not a topic about filing an I-130 to a consulate for a spouse visa, moving this to the adjustment of status forum.

You can make a fair estimate of income by dividing the amount you were paid last year by the number of weeks since starting to get a weekly pay, and then multiply by 52 to get a good approximate annual income.

Can file your 2010 return now, and attach a copy to the I-864.

Attach copies of past 6 months pay stubs.

Get a letter from employer.

Note sending a copy of W2 alone does not constitute a return.

I realise that Dan as I know that all AOS need full tax return 1040. which is why I said wait until he has done 2010 return then he can send that in, including pay stubs employment letter.


Divorced !st November 2012.

Married only 2 years 1 month

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