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I-864 tax returns + W2's (Part 6: Question 14)

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Hi all,

1 last quick question before I finish up my A.O.S. package and send it off. Then toast to finally getting everything together and sent off, job done! (for now)

On form I-864 Affadavit of Support, Part 6: Question 14 it asks for photocopies of federal tax returns from the second and third most recent tax years. This is optional. I already have my sponsors 2013 tax photocopy + 2013 W2 which covers the manditory most recent tax year. I do have my sponsors 2012 and 2011 tax return photocopies but no W2's. My question is: Is it worth submitting these tax returns without the W2's just as additional evidence OR should I just leave them out of the package as they are optional anyway?

Your thoughts are much appreciated.

Thank you!

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You must submit a complete copy of a tax return, which is all forms, schedules, attachments, W-2s and/or 1099s, or an IRS transcript. Don't send partial returns.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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If the income on 2013 is good, then I wouldn't worry about the two previous years. When it might be helpful is if the most recent year was borderline, but the two previous were much better. The two previous would kind of bolster the slump year perhaps. Just my opinion.


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