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If anyone knows, I just got my federal tax return back a few weeks ago... but my state return was still waiting for the ITIN number for my wife. Hence, my state return is still being processed.

Seeing as I just got my NOA2 today, I'm wondering if I request my tax transcripts from the IRS do I need to wait for the state return to process or can I go ahead and request them now? (E.G. Do the state returns show up on the transcripts? May be a dumb question, but I'm not sure what the transcripts even show on them! lol)

Thanks!

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If anyone knows, I just got my federal tax return back a few weeks ago... but my state return was still waiting for the ITIN number for my wife. Hence, my state return is still being processed.

Seeing as I just got my NOA2 today, I'm wondering if I request my tax transcripts from the IRS do I need to wait for the state return to process or can I go ahead and request them now? (E.G. Do the state returns show up on the transcripts? May be a dumb question, but I'm not sure what the transcripts even show on them! lol)

Thanks!

NVC doesn't care about your state returns, only Federal....and the IRS may look at state returns at some point in the future to crosscheck that you aren't cheating them, but the state returns don't hold up anything as far as your IRS returns go. Once you've got all your IRS returns/transcripts ready for you package, you are ready to go...forget about the state returns...those are strictly between you and your state.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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NVC doesn't care about your state returns, only Federal....and the IRS may look at state returns at some point in the future to crosscheck that you aren't cheating them, but the state returns don't hold up anything as far as your IRS returns go. Once you've got all your IRS returns/transcripts ready for you package, you are ready to go...forget about the state returns...those are strictly between you and your state.

Awesome, that's what common sense told me, but this is the government we're dealing with after all! :rofl:

hehe thanks for the quick reply!

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