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Well, I thought I was doing great until only very recently.

I was under the impression that if your abroad the IRS due date was automatically extended to October. I only just realized that I needed to apply for that particular extension.

I have left it with my accountant and 2011 taxes should be ready for sending off soon.

As of now I currently have all my transcripts from 2010, 2009, 2008 - I have my I864 ready, and I have my mother as a joint sponsor in USA, who will separately send her very up to date I864.

My question is what will happen if I send my I864 with only the 2010 IRS transcripts included?

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Well, I thought I was doing great until only very recently.

I was under the impression that if your abroad the IRS due date was automatically extended to October. I only just realized that I needed to apply for that particular extension.

I have left it with my accountant and 2011 taxes should be ready for sending off soon.

As of now I currently have all my transcripts from 2010, 2009, 2008 - I have my I864 ready, and I have my mother as a joint sponsor in USA, who will separately send her very up to date I864.

My question is what will happen if I send my I864 with only the 2010 IRS transcripts included?

Draw your own conclusions but I hadn't done any tax returns ( I also live abroad) and I filed the last four years and attached copies of my 1040 and W2 equivalent and my I864 was accepted.

So perhaps just include a 1040 copy instead of the transcript.


Timeline

USCIS

07/23/2012: I-130 Sent from Ireland

07/24/2012: USPS Delivery Confirmation

07/27/2012: NOA1 E-mail

08/06/2012: NOA2 E-mail

08/07/2012: NOA1 (i-797 Rec'd Hard copy via snail mail)

NVC

08/10/2012: NVC received

08/24/2012: Case number/IIN

08/24/2012: DS-3032 sent (10 minutes after Case Number received ;) )

09/05/2012: DS-3032 accepted (via email although NVC later said they never received ?!?)

09/05/2012: Got the pre-invoicing error: "You cannot make online payments for your case at this time. Please contact the NVC if you have questions or need further information."

09/06/2012: AOS Bill paid

09/07/2012: AOS Bill Status Changed to "PAID"

09/10/2012: AOS Package sent

09/12/2012: Sent hardcopy of DS-3032

09/24/2012: IV Bill Invoiced

09/24/2012: IV Bill paid

09/25/2012: IV Bill Status Changed to "PAID"

09/25/2012: IV Package sent

10/04/2012: Case complete at NVC

10/12/2012: Interview scheduled (Interview Date: 12/17/2012)

Embassy

11/05/2012: Embassy received

11/13/2012: Medical

12/17/2012: Interview - Joint Sponsor Required to to my residency in Ireland

12/18/2012: I-864 Sent from US to Embassy

02/01/2013: Visa

04/22/2012: POE

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Draw your own conclusions but I hadn't done any tax returns ( I also live abroad) and I filed the last four years and attached copies of my 1040 and W2 equivalent and my I864 was accepted.

So perhaps just include a 1040 copy instead of the transcript.

Very helpful thanks. I've been running my own business abroad for the last few years, so I don't have any w2's. What I will do is attach a copy of the audited accounts and the 1040.

Thanks that will save me at least 2 months.

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Very helpful thanks. I've been running my own business abroad for the last few years, so I don't have any w2's. What I will do is attach a copy of the audited accounts and the 1040.

Thanks that will save me at least 2 months.

The worst that can happen is to get an RFE for the transcript. Seeing as how you are going to need to wait for the transcript anyway, might as well take a chance.


Timeline

USCIS

07/23/2012: I-130 Sent from Ireland

07/24/2012: USPS Delivery Confirmation

07/27/2012: NOA1 E-mail

08/06/2012: NOA2 E-mail

08/07/2012: NOA1 (i-797 Rec'd Hard copy via snail mail)

NVC

08/10/2012: NVC received

08/24/2012: Case number/IIN

08/24/2012: DS-3032 sent (10 minutes after Case Number received ;) )

09/05/2012: DS-3032 accepted (via email although NVC later said they never received ?!?)

09/05/2012: Got the pre-invoicing error: "You cannot make online payments for your case at this time. Please contact the NVC if you have questions or need further information."

09/06/2012: AOS Bill paid

09/07/2012: AOS Bill Status Changed to "PAID"

09/10/2012: AOS Package sent

09/12/2012: Sent hardcopy of DS-3032

09/24/2012: IV Bill Invoiced

09/24/2012: IV Bill paid

09/25/2012: IV Bill Status Changed to "PAID"

09/25/2012: IV Package sent

10/04/2012: Case complete at NVC

10/12/2012: Interview scheduled (Interview Date: 12/17/2012)

Embassy

11/05/2012: Embassy received

11/13/2012: Medical

12/17/2012: Interview - Joint Sponsor Required to to my residency in Ireland

12/18/2012: I-864 Sent from US to Embassy

02/01/2013: Visa

04/22/2012: POE

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Well, I thought I was doing great until only very recently.

I was under the impression that if your abroad the IRS due date was automatically extended to October. I only just realized that I needed to apply for that particular extension.

I have left it with my accountant and 2011 taxes should be ready for sending off soon.

As of now I currently have all my transcripts from 2010, 2009, 2008 - I have my I864 ready, and I have my mother as a joint sponsor in USA, who will separately send her very up to date I864.

My question is what will happen if I send my I864 with only the 2010 IRS transcripts included?

You'll get a request for the complete 2011 tax return and a new affidavit showing 09 -11 returns instead of 08 -10. Wait until you have a complete copy of your 2011 tax return. State your current income from line 22 of that return and then again line 22 from 2009, 2010 and 2011 in the past income section. There are no shortcuts here. 2011 is your "most recent" tax return in this context. No extensions from NVC.


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