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Hello guys, I hope you could enlighten me with my little query I just have a little doubt answering this part. I am filing based on 3-year eligibility being married to a US citizen, and I have difficulty answering N400 part 11 question 7. I've been here since Feb 2011 and have difficulty finding work since. In June 2013 I have worked for a job which is every week end, and resigned in June 2014, see my former employer did not file a tax for me and Im currently in court battle with my previous employer due to wage issues. But otherwise I was jointly filed by my spouse in his tax returns within that 3 years. What could be my appropriate answer, yes or no? And will it affect my naturalization application process/approval?


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This question applies to your tax return or a joint return by you and a spouse. It doesn't matter if the employer remitted any payroll tax to the IRS. That is on them. As long as you filed tax returns during your time as a permanent resident, you would answer No to this question.

Even if the former employer didn't report your wages, you would still be responsible for claiming them on the joint return. As long as you did that, you should be fine.

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We filed a joint return but I was claimed as a plain house wife. Would it be a problem in my application if I say no?


K-1 Journey

06-11-2010 I-129F Sent

06-17-2010 NOA 1
06-30-2010 Touched
11-09-2010 Touched
11-10-2010 Touched
11-12-2010 NOA 2
12-10-2010 NVC Received, forwarded to USEM MNL
01-05-2011 Medical
01-07-2011 Passed the Medical
01-20-2011 Interview: APPROVED biggrin.png
02-04-2011 Visa issued
02-09-2011 VISA ON HAND
02-16-2011 POE

AOS

03-18-2011 got married
04-28-2011 AOS sent!
05-25-2011 Biometric Appointment
09-13-2011 AOS interview(approved on the spot)

9-22-11 GC in MAIL!!!!! TY vj <3 <3 <3

ROC

10-30-2013 ROC APPROVED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! no interview

N400-Citizenship

11-04-2014 N400 Sent

11-06-2014 N400 Received

11-12-2014 Check cashed

03-19-2015 Interview (it last 13mins super easy question) PASSED :D

04-22-2015 OATH TAKING

THANK YOU VISA JOURNEY FOR ALL THE HELP <3 <3 <3

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If you filed a joint return, you filed your taxes, that's all they care about. If you didn't report all of your income because of the whole payroll thing that is an issue between you, your employer, and the IRS. If you currently owe taxes however, that's also something you have to disclose on the application.


This does not constitute legal advice.

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Okay, its all clear to me now. Thank very much guys for your answers, you're a big help. :)


K-1 Journey

06-11-2010 I-129F Sent

06-17-2010 NOA 1
06-30-2010 Touched
11-09-2010 Touched
11-10-2010 Touched
11-12-2010 NOA 2
12-10-2010 NVC Received, forwarded to USEM MNL
01-05-2011 Medical
01-07-2011 Passed the Medical
01-20-2011 Interview: APPROVED biggrin.png
02-04-2011 Visa issued
02-09-2011 VISA ON HAND
02-16-2011 POE

AOS

03-18-2011 got married
04-28-2011 AOS sent!
05-25-2011 Biometric Appointment
09-13-2011 AOS interview(approved on the spot)

9-22-11 GC in MAIL!!!!! TY vj <3 <3 <3

ROC

10-30-2013 ROC APPROVED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! no interview

N400-Citizenship

11-04-2014 N400 Sent

11-06-2014 N400 Received

11-12-2014 Check cashed

03-19-2015 Interview (it last 13mins super easy question) PASSED :D

04-22-2015 OATH TAKING

THANK YOU VISA JOURNEY FOR ALL THE HELP <3 <3 <3

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