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NO TAXES FROM 2011 AND NO W2 WORRYYY

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Hey! here is the deal, my interview is next week. We're having a co-sponsor (who's my fiancee's step dad) he gave us his most recent taxes (2008,2009,2010), letter from his bank and an employee letter. He has NO W2, although he is an american citizen and live in the US he works in Costa Rica (he travels once a month). He already ask an extension for his taxes from 2011.

Are we ok with only his taxes (08,09,10), letter from his bank and employee letter? We suppose to add the letter where he is asking for the extension.

Should we be worry?


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Can you include copies of his paychecks/stubs? You did not provide any details about the # of people in the household and his gross wages, etc. So I trust you reviewed the requirements.


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Can you include copies of his paychecks/stubs? You did not provide any details about the # of people in the household and his gross wages, etc. So I trust you reviewed the requirements.

He has a son but he doesnt' live with his dad anymore, so he is living alone. And about his paycheck I don't know how handle it cause he's a CEO on a bank, basically the president. That's why he submmited his bank statements, letter from the bank and his job. That would be enough?


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