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Was anyone who did their interview in Montreal asked for more than the most recent year of tax returns? My fiance is not self-employed, makes above the limit, and got the letters from his job and the bank. He will have his most recent tax returns soon, but does not have access to the 2009 one. Would I be okay at the interview with all of those things, or will they ask me for 3 years of taxes as other countries seem to?


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She asked me for the I-134 and tax returns. I asked her if she needed the original transcripts or if photo copies would do. She said copies would be fine. I handed over 3 years worth. She did not hand any back to me. So they kept all 3 years. It only takes about a week for them to come in the mail if your fiance calls and orders the transcripts. It would be best to have them with you and not be asked for them, than to not have them with you and be asked for them.

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Sent AOS pack......2011-08-08

NOA's dated ..........2011-08-15

Biometrics..............2011-09-13

EAD card.................2011-10-26

AP card....................2011-10-26

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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He can get tax transcripts faxed by the IRS same day. Just have to call them or even go to the office and get them same day as you walk in for free.


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They asked me for my I-134 and supporting evidence, I wasn't specifically asked for tax returns. I handed over three years worth though, and they kept it all.

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Filed: Other Country: Canada
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When is your interview? If it's not tomorrow, get your fiance to get them. I know it's a hassle, but you don't want to be put in AP for something like that... I gave them 3 years worth and they kept them all as well... Plus, you'll need them for your AOS anyways, might as well get it over with now if you have time...


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