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Since it's tax time I thought this would the the right time to ask this question.

My girl and I are both going through divorces - we were a couple many many years ago and reconnected. My divorce is amicable and is not finalized yet due to the California mandatory waiting period. Hers is not finalized because the ex is causing trouble but it'll work out eventually. I will be waiting several months after the divorces are finalized to file for K1. I've already taken several trips to see her and have all the evidence so far in preparation.

Since I have rental properties which have yet to be split and my current house is still in both names, it is economically advantageous to file 2010 taxes jointly, and my ex suggested that we do this. Would this be advisable or would it raise a red flag with the consulate?

Would they request to see the tax transcripts for every case? My salary is nowhere near the minimum level.

Thank you for your response.

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Yes.


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Since you are not legally divorced, it is up to you and your CURRENT SPOUSE to decide on how to file taxes.

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Yes they always require to see transcripts or yes it is a red flag that should be addressed?

Yes, they will want to see tax info.


I-864 Affidavit of Support FAQ -->> https://travel.state.gov/content/visas/en/immigrate/immigrant-process/documents/support/i-864-frequently-asked-questions.html

FOREIGN INCOME REPORTING & TAX FILING -->> https://www.irs.gov/publications/p54/ch01.html#en_US_2015_publink100047318

CALL THIS NUMBER TO ORDER IRS TAX TRANSCRIPTS >> 800-908-9946

PLEASE READ THE GUIDES -->> Link to Visa Journey Guides

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Sounds so much like my case.... We file K1 in 2009 and my 2008 taxes were jointly filed with my ex... My timeline explains how things went over with the CO when it comes to the taxes/recent divorces etc... it's not impossible, but the sooner you file the petition after the divorces are finalized, the worst IMO.


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Sounds so much like my case.... We file K1 in 2009 and my 2008 taxes were jointly filed with my ex... My timeline explains how things went over with the CO when it comes to the taxes/recent divorces etc... it's not impossible, but the sooner you file the petition after the divorces are finalized, the worst IMO.

Yeah, this one guy randomly showed up at my church (Vietnamese church) once b/c he had recently found a Viet fiancee and wanted advice on immigration. He had only been separated from his wife for a month and the state required a 1 year separation... And he started saying some thing about he heard about in Mexico you can get a divorce quickly that's recognized in the US. (Maybe he was thinking of Guam), but anyway.... I had learned enough about HCMC on this forum at that point to stop him right away and tell him not to play any games like that, b/c all it will do is qualify him to get to HCMC to hear No.... better to wait and do it right :-)

Just seemed like a good place to share this story.

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