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When you send your fiancee your tax return as part of your Evidence of Support, do you just send the two page 1040 form with your W2 (and possibly 1099-INT which I'm including just in case) or do they want all the calculation worksheets as well? I went through Turbo Tax and it has several options to choose from when printing them out. Initially I'm thinking just the two page sheet with the W2 and 1099-INT.

Do I need to sign the copy as well since they would only use it to determine the fiancee wouldnt be a burden to the state?


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Yes, first two pages only of the 1040 and sign them.


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It depends on how you filed. Are you a W2, or 1099 or do you just report your income without W2 or 1099's.

As a general rule you don't need the worksheet but you will need to include your 1040A Itemized Deduciton and other pages like Profit and Loss

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The free IRS Tax Transcripts are better.

:thumbs: If you want to be sure you are sending all the right tax information, just get the tax return transcripts. That is the easiest way to ensure you have everything. They can be downloaded for free here: http://www.irs.gov/Individuals/Get-Transcript


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When you send your fiancee your tax return as part of your Evidence of Support, do you just send the two page 1040 form with your W2 (and possibly 1099-INT which I'm including just in case) or do they want all the calculation worksheets as well? I went through Turbo Tax and it has several options to choose from when printing them out. Initially I'm thinking just the two page sheet with the W2 and 1099-INT.

Do I need to sign the copy as well since they would only use it to determine the fiancee wouldnt be a burden to the state?

Provide the 1040, W-2 and/or 1099s. If you filed a schedule C, then include a copy of it too. OR, get the free IRS transcript. When it comes time for AOS and the I-864, you will need a complete copy of the return with all forms, attachments, schedules, W-2s and/or 1099s, OR an IRS tax return transcript. Might as well get the transcript now and make copies of it for both affidavits of support.

This is what your consulate asks for>

http://jakarta.usembassy.gov/visa/fiance_k1_visa.html

Original Affidavit of Support (Form I-134) from the Petitioner along with supporting evidence:

a. One year U.S. income tax returns 1040 and W-2 (copies are acceptable)

b. Bank statements or proof of assets

c. Letter of employment or job offer


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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