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Hey Folks,

Anywhoozeez, long story short. I met a girl who lives down in Chile that I want to spend the rest of my life with and build a future. We are planning on getting married this coming summer up here in Seattle WA. There are a few dilemmas I know I am going to run into on this journey, I'll explain-

Over the past 3 or 4 years I've decided it’s against my moral code to give the federal mafia (IRS) anymore of my property (wages). As most Americans now know the income tax goes towards paying for the war machine and the interest on the national dept. So I've been claiming exempt on my w-4s and haven’t filed. I know the system requires one to be tax compliant and show 3 years of back taxes, the word #### plagues my mind every time I think of this.

Soooooo, I was told by a darn smart fella named Randy Stroud who runs the website http://sovereigntactics.org/ (This guy went thru the same BS that Im going thru now)... That In order to get around this and show financial support I am to get 4 Affidavits of good character, co-sponsorship and financial support. Show them everything I can about my finances BUT not set myself by bringing the back tax issue up. BUT if asked why I don’t have back tax information tell them it’s because I’m exempt nor qualified to act in the capacity as a trustee of the federal income tax code while earning my wages, or that I cannot afford to pay the irs because of the high cost of living and my low wages in Seattle. Does this sound plausible so far?

Another question, would it be easier and less bureaucratic if I were to get married down in Chile and then bring my Girl up to the US?

Could any of you point me towards a basic article that steps you thru this process and the proper forms to fill out? Thanks and hope to hear from you folks very soon.

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Either marrying in the USA or marrying in chile, you will be required to prove that you are current on your taxes.

You are not exempt from paying taxes because you don't agree with them.

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Hey Folks,

Anywhoozeez, long story short. I met a girl who lives down in Chile that I want to spend the rest of my life with and build a future. We are planning on getting married this coming summer up here in Seattle WA. There are a few dilemmas I know I am going to run into on this journey, I'll explain-

Over the past 3 or 4 years I've decided it’s against my moral code to give the federal mafia (IRS) anymore of my property (wages). As most Americans now know the income tax goes towards paying for the war machine and the interest on the national dept. So I've been claiming exempt on my w-4s and haven’t filed. I know the system requires one to be tax compliant and show 3 years of back taxes, the word #### plagues my mind every time I think of this.

Soooooo, I was told by a darn smart fella named Randy Stroud who runs the website http://sovereigntactics.org/ (This guy went thru the same BS that Im going thru now)... That In order to get around this and show financial support I am to get 4 Affidavits of good character, co-sponsorship and financial support. Show them everything I can about my finances BUT not set myself by bringing the back tax issue up. BUT if asked why I don’t have back tax information tell them it’s because I’m exempt nor qualified to act in the capacity as a trustee of the federal income tax code while earning my wages, or that I cannot afford to pay the irs because of the high cost of living and my low wages in Seattle. Does this sound plausible so far?

Another question, would it be easier and less bureaucratic if I were to get married down in Chile and then bring my Girl up to the US?

Could any of you point me towards a basic article that steps you thru this process and the proper forms to fill out? Thanks and hope to hear from you folks very soon.

You may as well plan on moving to Chile because that really smart guy isn't really going to help you get through this process. You will pay the taxes just like everyone else or you wont have to worry about anything else. Seriously please take the time to begin with this tax circumstance which must be dealt with before you file any other docs because you may be spending money on a lost cause.

You cant afford to pay taxes because of the cost of living in Seattle? That is going to be news to the bulk of the population there I think. My husband lived near there and managed to pay taxes while he did. I have to assume he wasn't alone.

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So, if Im not exempt how come they give you the option to claim exempt?

I'm not going to argue tax law with you. But I will inform you that wherever you decide to marry, if you would like your lovely bride to live here in the good ole' U S of A, you will be required to fill out the form I-864. A part of this form requires proof of the past three years of taxes.

Stating to USCIS that you can't pay taxes because the cost of living is too high, gives them a valid reason by your own admission to deny you on the grounds that you can't prove that your bride will not be one a public charge.

If you love the girl, you will eventually have to pay those taxes.

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Well Randy claims to have gotten thru the process without providing any back taxes, I dont have the hunch he lied to me about it either, anywhoozeez. I have alot of things to think about, maybe it would be better to just move down there and Ex-Pat instead of dealing with the bureaucracy here.

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I'm not going to argue tax law with you. But I will inform you that wherever you decide to marry, if you would like your lovely bride to live here in the good ole' U S of A, you will be required to fill out the form I-864. A part of this form requires proof of the past three years of taxes.

Stating to USCIS that you can't pay taxes because the cost of living is too high, gives them a valid reason by your own admission to deny you on the grounds that you can't prove that your bride will not be one a public charge.

If you love the girl, you will eventually have to pay those taxes.

I'm not here to aurgue either Jenafid, I appreaciate your advise. Appearantly love is gonna cost me this time around, hehe:)

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