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Affidavit of Support and Tax Years

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Hi all,

We have my wife's visa interview at the embassy in Jordan at the start of February and I have filed back taxes in order to ensure the Affidavit is complete. My question though is that I have the returns/transcripts for 2014, 2013 and 2012 but not 2015 as it was not due and still isn't. Does anyone know if this will be a hold up and if it is necessary to file the 2015 taxes (for myself and the joint sponsor) in order for the affidavits to be accepted now that the deadline is so close or will the 'latest' tax return (2014) be accepted?

Many thanks.


8th June, 2015 - Filed I-130 with local USCIS office in country

17 June, 2015 - I-130 approved and sent to Embassy's consular section

1 July, 2015 - Instructions for completing IV application and case ID received

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We should be ok with the 2014 transcript since I will be having also my interview on Feb. 9. Tax season is on April. So it's ok.


MAY-08-2015: Got married!! :wub:

USCIS:

JUL-31-2015: Mailed I-130 Petition

AUG-03-2015: Delivered to Phoenix Lockbox

AUG-06-2015: Received NOA1 via text and email, file was routed to Nebraska

AUG-11-2015: Received NOA1 hard copy - PD: AUG-03-2015

AUG-31-2015: GOT APPROVED!! ? (27 days)

SEP-08-2015: Received NOA2 hard copy

SEP-10-2015: Mailed to NVC

NVC:

SEP-17-2015: NVC Received

SEP-28-2015: Case Number assigned

OCT-01-2015: Got Case number and IIN over the phone

OCT-02-2015: Received AOS Bill

OCT-02-2015: DS-261 filled up and submitted

OCT-12-2015: Pay AOS Fee (in process)

OCT-19-2015: AOS showed PAID

OCT-26-2015: DS-261 reviewed over the phone

OCT-29-2015: Received IV Fee bill

NOV-06-2015: Pay IV Fee (in process)

NOV-09-2015: IV showed PAID

NOV-09-2015: DS-260 filled up and submitted

NOV-12-2015: Sent AOS and IV package

NOV-16-2015: Package appeared "delivered"

NOV-17-2015: Scan date

DEC-22-2015: Case Complete

DEC-29-2015: Interview scheduled

DEC-30-2015: Received Interview Letter (P4)

MEDICAL:

JAN-19-2016: Medical Appointment at St. Luke's Medical Center PASSED!

US EMBASSY MANILA:<p>

FEB-09-2016: INTERVIEW APPROVED!! :dancing:

FEB-11-2016: VISA ISSUED

FEB-17-2016: VISA ON HAND

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That's what I was thinking as well, but I do tend to overthink too :P

Thanks for the insight.


8th June, 2015 - Filed I-130 with local USCIS office in country

17 June, 2015 - I-130 approved and sent to Embassy's consular section

1 July, 2015 - Instructions for completing IV application and case ID received

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yeah you will be fine, 2015 won;t be required till after the April deadline.


Bye: Penguin

Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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