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Tax Return for i134

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I'm a little worried about my fiance's last years tax return. (he's the USC)He had been in university for the 5 previous years and then did a semester abroad. (5.5 years of schooling)

Therefore he barely made any money this past year and his tax return is not However, he has since then started his own business and has made more than the poverty line.

What i'm wondering is if at my interview they will base their calls on his poor tax return, or go by the proof he makes enough now?

Would it help our case that my fiance has 2 degrees, and his own business and makes enough NOW??!

thankss!

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