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Tax audit after submitting AOS documents

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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Hi all,

I submitted AOS packet for my spouse on september 30 wich included transcripts of tax for last three years. On form i864ez I also reported my total income for last three years. I have now received a notice cp2000 for 2012. In the notice irs is proposing some changes which will increase my income for 2012. The due date for the notice is December 3. I'm wondering how will this impact my AOS. Can it result in a checklist or can it cause any other complications?

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Hi, was the IRS saying that you under reported some of your income that's why they audit you? Got to be very careful about this whole process or you will have major problems down the road cuz Nvc goes over everything with a fine tooth comb and if they find out that you hid anything you have alot of explanation to do and it will keep the clock ticking for a long time but good luck on your journey

Hi, was the IRS saying that you under reported some of your income that's why they audit you? Got to be very careful about this whole process or you will have major problems down the road cuz Nvc goes over everything with a fine tooth comb and if they find out that you hid anything you have alot of explanation to do and it will keep the clock ticking for a long time but good luck on your journey

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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They have pointed out some stock sales transactions which were not reported. I filed this return with my ex wife and these stocks and dividends were under her name only. Also I claimed deduction for tuition fee for myself and that fee was over reported. I did not hide anything from irs, At this point I don't know how theses mistakes occurred on the return. I used turbo tax and I think some kind of glitch in turbo tax may have caused some mistakes. I'm in the process of clarifying these items with my ex wife. At this time, If my ex wife and I agree to the notice, our total income will increase and we will have to pay the amount shown on the notice. I will appreciate your thoughts and comments on this.

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Let me ask you this how big was the gap of which you reported and what the IRS says cuz one year i was off by only $200.00 and by the time i was over and done i owed $480.00 just saying count every dime before they add up fast on your simple mistake. Buy you can post also in the tax section of visa journey for more experienced members but good luck on your journey

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