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Early 20's Couples with No 2014 Tax Return, Good Current Job, and No Joint Sponsors???

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Are you out there?! Anyone in a similar situation (or that was in a similar situation) and their application flew past the NVC stage no problem???

I have been employed by a prestigious and well-known employer since February, but before then I was traveling, and before 2014 I was in college (so no tax returns above like... $8,000).

I really need to hear from others that were in similar situations and overcame the NVC stage no problem! I am earning very well now, but it's only been since February...

Please speak out! Let me know how it went for ya'll...and with no co-sponsors!

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Yup. Did all of that. I hope they accept it since I know it's up to the discretion of the officer and sometimes they say no even if you're well above the poverty guideline but you're young and haven't been working long.

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