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USCIS is asking to bring for Tax Transcipts for last 5 years. How can I get for 2010?

They are only available for last 4 years from IRS. I have faxed, called IRS for previous year. I received letter saying previous years tax transcripts not available. I have filed taxes for 2010

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prepare an affidavit (examples online) saying IRS says only 4 years available and use your W 2's from the other year they are accepted.

Why they told you not available is strange / i got them all the way back to 2007 from my local office and they keep them from day 1.

when you read instructions on the I 864 form it says IRS trqanscript of photocopy from your own records. if you provide photocopies, you you must iclude a copy lf each and every W 2 and form 1099 that relates to your return. Do not include on the years you have transcript for IRS. BTW IRS is no longer allowed to stamp them with a date stamp or any other.

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I just ordered a Return Transcript & Account Transcript for 2010. You can order any year, 1962 or greater. Here is what I did, step by step.

Call 800-829-1040

Press #1 for English

Press #2 for Personal Income Taxes

Press #1 for Questions about Tax History

Press #2 for Account or Tax Return Transcripts

Enter Your Social Security Number

Press #1 to confirm the number

Enter the numbers of your street address

Press #4 to receive Return Transcript & Account Transcript for a given year

Enter the year

Press #1 to confirm the year

Press #3 to end the call

If you receive an error saying that information is not available, instead press #2. That will simply request the Return Transcript and not the Account Transcript

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We need to request account transcript for 2010. IRS will not send tax transcript for any year other than last filed and prior 3 years. I just got my a/c transcript in mail. It has all relevant information. Thanks

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