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I filed my most recent tax return using Turbo tax. Instead of submitting a transcript from IRS of my most recent tax return, will USCIS accept the tax documents of a turbo tax return? If so, which page/s or portion of the turbo tax turbo return is to submitted? One of the pages included with my tax return documents is a typewritten page showing all my W2 information, deductions, itemized deductions, refund/owe amount. Is this Turbo Tax's version of a transcript?

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Most folks, including myself, opt for the free IRS tax transcripts rather than including a copy of every form, schedule, document associated with their respective Federal ITR (Income Tax Return). I think that the last IRS transcript I submitted was nine (9) single-sided pages versus in excess of the sixty (60) to ninety (90) single-sided pages of my corresponding ITR. I preferred to save a couple of trees, and associated postage costs.

http://www.irs.gov/Individuals/Get-Transcript

YMMV.

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Is this Turbo Tax's version of a transcript?

It is, but the free IRS tax transcript is the official thing. I went for those.....can't beat the price for an official document.


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