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NVC Required Documents for IR2 - Tax Returns

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Nigeria
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Please I am a little confused about the required tax returns. How many years of tax returns is required by the NVC? I am a veteran, and I was discharged from the military in August of 2014, I was on unemployment for six month while searching for a job . I filed my 2014 tax return on Feb and at the same got a temporary job with the IRS the same month and year. I worked with the IRS for four months in 2014 and was unemployed again for another six months, before I finally got a much more better job in December 2014. I filed my 2014 tax return and filed my 2015 tax return. Though, all these job I had were above poverty level. But my question is, do I send in the 2015 tax or to send in the three tax returns? Please any advice is appreciated.

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Denmark
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I haven't sent any document in yet, but I need to make inquiry before sending in the documents.

Well it's the I-864 so the latest tax return is required but often they like to see three and pay stubs and so on...


 

 

 

 

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Nigeria
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About the I-864, my daughter is 17 years and will turn 18 next year July. I was sent a letter that she is eligible to file the I-864W and I have included that as well. At this point, I guess I will sending sending the document tomorrow. Thank you so much.

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Hi, I'm also going through the IR2 PETITION right now nvc wants to see your latest tax transcript 2015 when you send in the I-864 FORM I also sent in my latest monthly paystubs proving what I make right now the more information on both packages the faster case complete

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