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Hi,

Do I need a co-sponsor? I graduated in 2005 so do not have 3 years tax returns. I have my most recent years tax return and was easily above the 125% and will continue to be. I know they are only asking for the most recent tax return as proof but it does ask if you have filed the last three years. Would a letter explaining I was a student and a copy of my degree certificate be sufficient to explain this without having to get a co-sponsor?

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Any advice would be much appreciated

Lauren


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Hi,

Do I need a co-sponsor? I graduated in 2005 so do not have 3 years tax returns. I have my most recent years tax return and was easily above the 125% and will continue to be. I know they are only asking for the most recent tax return as proof but it does ask if you have filed the last three years. Would a letter explaining I was a student and a copy of my degree certificate be sufficient to explain this without having to get a co-sponsor?

:wacko:

Any advice would be much appreciated

Lauren

Lauren,

You are going to need proof of current employment. I assume you have that. Plus last year's tax return as well. The new I-864 requirements state that you need only your current tax returns. I'm fairly certain they're not interested in your degree or a letter stating what your degree is in. Their only interest is your income. :)


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