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One question about form I864

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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Hi guys,

I was not require to file tax return because my income was either too low or no income for the past 3 years, so what I should put my I864, where it ask my total income as reported on my Federal tax returns? Should I put N/A or NONE?

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You could leave those boxes blank, but you do have to include a written statement explaining why you didn't file. Also you would need a joint sponsor if your income isn't at 125% or more of the poverty level.


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My cousin didn't file taxes for the last 3 years and we left those boxes blank. We never had an issue. There was nothing to put. I guess you could put N/A if you want.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
Timeline

Put "didn't file,"and write explanation


USCIS
-October 15 2013- Sent I-130
-October 18, 2013- NOA1 E-notification received.
-October 25, 2013- NOA1 hard copy received. Processing at NBC.
-March 07, 2014- Case was transferred to CSC.
-March 14, 2014- Transfer notice hard copy received (CSC).
-March 18, 2014- I-130 was approved!!!

NVC:

-March 27, 2014- NVC received
-April 28, 2014- Case# and IIN assigned
-May 02, 2014- DS-261 submitted online

-May 04, 2014- ENROLL email sent

-May 09, 2014- pay AOS and IV fees

-May 12, 2014- 88$,230$ shows paid

-May 12, 2014- DS-260 available

-May 14 2014- DS-260 completed

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Put "didn't file,"and write explanation

This is correct. You write "not required to file", send a letter explaining why you didn't file and proof from IRS documentation that you were not required to.


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