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This is a brief question. But it has been bugging me :wacko: . If I only have the last "two" years of tax returns (because I have only worked for two years, yet I see people saying I'll need the last "three" years of tax return) will I have problems filing the I-134 and/or I-864? This is pertaining to a K-1 visa upcoming interview. :help:


Nov 14, 2011 - I-129F packet sent.

Nov 15, 2011 - Packet received and signed by (J. Authur)

Nov 18, 2011 - NOA1 (Notice by text message and Email)

Mar 02, 2012 - NOA2 (Notice by text message and Email) [Took 105 days]

Mar 07, 2012 - NOA2 Hard copy arrived by mail.

Mar 19, 2012 - NVC recieved my case.

Mar 20, 2012 - NVC fowarded my case to US embassy in DR.

April 05, 2012 - DOS gave us our interview date. (May 14th)

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Dec 20, 2012 - I-485 packet sent.

Dec 21, 2012 - Packet recieved and signed by (...)

Dec 27, 2012 - NOA1 (Notice by text message and Email)

Jan 6, 2013 - NOA1 (Hard copies by mail)

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This is a brief question. But it has been bugging me :wacko: . If I only have the last "two" years of tax returns (because I have only worked for two years, yet I see people saying I'll need the last "three" years of tax return) will I have problems filing the I-134 and/or I-864? This is pertaining to a K-1 visa upcoming interview. :help:

The last 3 years is optional....and you will file the I-134 for K-1 visa....not the I-864

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The last 3 years is optional....and you will file the I-134 for K-1 visa....not the I-864

Cool. But in my country, they sometimes ask for "I-864" for K-1s. So it is a safe measure to just do them both. So you say i'm safe with just "two" years of tax return then?


Nov 14, 2011 - I-129F packet sent.

Nov 15, 2011 - Packet received and signed by (J. Authur)

Nov 18, 2011 - NOA1 (Notice by text message and Email)

Mar 02, 2012 - NOA2 (Notice by text message and Email) [Took 105 days]

Mar 07, 2012 - NOA2 Hard copy arrived by mail.

Mar 19, 2012 - NVC recieved my case.

Mar 20, 2012 - NVC fowarded my case to US embassy in DR.

April 05, 2012 - DOS gave us our interview date. (May 14th)

_________________________________________________________

Dec 20, 2012 - I-485 packet sent.

Dec 21, 2012 - Packet recieved and signed by (...)

Dec 27, 2012 - NOA1 (Notice by text message and Email)

Jan 6, 2013 - NOA1 (Hard copies by mail)

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Cool. But in my country, they sometimes ask for "I-864" for K-1s. So it is a safe measure to just do them both. So you say i'm safe with just "two" years of tax return then?

Speeds you will be fine... 3 years are optional and they rarely ask for your support documents at the interview. Just take them just in case. If they ask you anything just be honest and explain to them that you just started working 2 years ago. They usually need the I-864 for the AOS once your fiance is already here in the US. Don't stress too much on this because it is one of those things you can control either way. You can only give them what you have. :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:


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Don't use tax returns, use tax transcripts. They are free to order from the IRS. You will need them later anyway so you may as well order the last 3 years of them.

Go to the IRS website by clicking here

You need to look at 3. Either you can order them online by clicking on "Go to Order a Transcript" or you can call the number there and order them.

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Speeds you will be fine... 3 years are optional and they rarely ask for your support documents at the interview. Just take them just in case. If they ask you anything just be honest and explain to them that you just started working 2 years ago. They usually need the I-864 for the AOS once your fiance is already here in the US. Don't stress too much on this because it is one of those things you can control either way. You can only give them what you have. :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:

:blush: Thank you bro!


Nov 14, 2011 - I-129F packet sent.

Nov 15, 2011 - Packet received and signed by (J. Authur)

Nov 18, 2011 - NOA1 (Notice by text message and Email)

Mar 02, 2012 - NOA2 (Notice by text message and Email) [Took 105 days]

Mar 07, 2012 - NOA2 Hard copy arrived by mail.

Mar 19, 2012 - NVC recieved my case.

Mar 20, 2012 - NVC fowarded my case to US embassy in DR.

April 05, 2012 - DOS gave us our interview date. (May 14th)

_________________________________________________________

Dec 20, 2012 - I-485 packet sent.

Dec 21, 2012 - Packet recieved and signed by (...)

Dec 27, 2012 - NOA1 (Notice by text message and Email)

Jan 6, 2013 - NOA1 (Hard copies by mail)

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:blush: Thank you bro!

No problem! I know this is all very confusing! :)

Just one thing, if you have moved house since you filed your taxes you might have to call them up to order them because I think when you order them online it just sends them to the address used when they were filed. Good luck!

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Don't use tax returns, use tax transcripts. They are free to order from the IRS. You will need them later anyway so you may as well order the last 3 years of them.

Go to the IRS website by clicking here

You need to look at 3. Either you can order them online by clicking on "Go to Order a Transcript" or you can call the number there and order them.

Great info! Thx


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