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Is there some way of getting evidence from IRS that I did pay what was owed at the end of one year from tax return? Any chance of getting this within 24 days (Before my interview)?


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tax transcripts. You can call and order them for free from the IRS. They do also fax you a copy prior to mailing one to you so you can ask them to do that for you and then receive the copies in the regular mail. That should all happen within several business days and should be all set before the 24 days are up


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IRS tax transcripts are free but they take 7-10 days to reach you by mail.

https://sa2.www4.irs.gov/irfof-tra/start.do

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I thought that was the way to go, but the phone information implies that tax transcripts only show what's on your tax return.

I need to show that the outstanding amount on my tax return was indeed paid and my account is zero! Interview on August 1. NO liens because all outstanding taxes were paid at year end with tax return submission.


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I believe the only proof most of us have here that have been paying income tax to the IRS for years, is that we are not in jail. Never ever received a receipt from the IRS that I paid my taxes.

You only have to show your tax returns if applying for the marriage three year, don't for the five year, but are asked on the N-400 if you owe taxes.

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Every town or city has at least one IRS place where you can go in person to get service. Google where yours is and go there.


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Good information - thank you all. Although still married to my dearly beloved I actually applied on the 5 year rule since someone told me if you are married more than 5 years you can't apply on the 3 year rule so I guess NickD answered that for me and made me feel much better!

Thanks again. Just trying to get all my ducks in a row so there is no room for anything going wrong at interview.


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17 February 2004 Sent I-129F petition CSC - It was APPROVED in 147 days

3 September 2004 INTERVIEW IN LONDON SUCCESSFUL VISA APPROVED! MARRIED OCTOBER 16, 2004

ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS - 5 MONTHS

4 January 2005 - Submitted applications for AOS and EAD - 12 May 2005 Conditional Permanent Residency Approved - interview in Santa Ana

4 June 2005 CPR 2-year Green Card arrives in mail

REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS - 3½ MONTHS

8 May 2007 - I-751 sent to CSC - 23 August 2007 - Approved - Card production ordered

30 August 2007 - 10 year Green Card received

K2 TIMELINE (Stayed behind in UK to finish school)

28 March 2005 - embassy interview & medical London - visa granted

01/18/06 Applications for AOS/EAD sent - 03/28/06 EAD approved

4/3/06 - RFE for AOS - requested new medical and vacc supplement

4/26/06 - approved without interview and welcome letter sent

05/02/2006 - Greencard arrives in mail

03/14/08 - Petition to Remove Conditions mailed to CSC delivered - 7/2/08 APPROVED

NATURALIZATION TIMELINE (for myself and son) 5 MONTHS

April 18, 2011 - N-400 Applications Mailed to AZ lockbox

April 21 (received April 25) NOAs

May 12 - FP Letters mailed

May 16 - Received FP appointment letters for June 8 at 11am

August 1 - Interview - approved for Oath Ceremony - OATH CEREMONY 28 SEPTEMBER

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You can get tax account transcripts (as opposed to tax return transcripts), which should show any adjustments made after your tax return was filed, including payments and the suchlike.

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Good information - thank you all. Although still married to my dearly beloved I actually applied on the 5 year rule since someone told me if you are married more than 5 years you can't apply on the 3 year rule so I guess NickD answered that for me and made me feel much better!

Sure you can. The same way you can step in front of a bus and hope the driver will avoid a collision by hitting something else. Only idiots would do that.

For clarification:

Filing based on 5 years: you are required to prove nothing in regard to your martial life.

Filing based on marriage: You may be required to prove everything in regard to your martial life

Thus, people who are residents for 5 years, file based on the 5 year rule, whether they are married, divorced, in love, or everything or nothing in-between. Unless they are idiots.

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Go to the nearest IRS office. They can give you that information and certify it.

Is there some way of getting evidence from IRS that I did pay what was owed at the end of one year from tax return? Any chance of getting this within 24 days (Before my interview)?

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Go to the nearest IRS office. They can give you that information and certify it.

Why? When with the five year, as the OP stated, there is no requirement to bring in tax returns or transcripts. But as a precaution, got those for my stepdaughter interview as was easy as picking up the phone, calling that 800 number, giving them her SS number and requesting the number of years she worked then checking the mail box five days later. Her IO didn't even want to see those. However, he did want to see proof she paid her minor traffic violation fines when she was 16 and 17 years old, actually, her mom and I paid those fines. But my senators office got him to agree, he didn't want to see that proof of paid fines either. Again, not a requirement.

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Is there some way of getting evidence from IRS that I did pay what was owed at the end of one year from tax return? Any chance of getting this within 24 days (Before my interview)?

What form of payment did you use? If you sent them a personal check your bank has a copy of that check paid to the IRS.


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What you need is a tax ACCOUNT transcript. The 800 number gives you a tax return transcript. The account transcript will show what you owed and what was paid. You can order them online. I got copies of both and it took about a week to receive them in the mail. The website is http://www.irs.gov/individuals/article/0,,id=110571,00.html


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