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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Philippines

Does the last 3 years include 2002-2004? ..or 2003 to 2005? My 2004 exceed the 125% poverty easily but my 2005 does not due to the time I spent in the Philippines. So, obviously I would much rather bring my 2002-2004 because then my most recent (which seems to pull some weight) would be okay. HOWEVER my 2002 and 2003 don't even come close since I was in college full time (I attended college in my late 20's). I have my official transcripts showing this. Any suggestions ? Thanks, Scott

K-3 Timeline

Marriage : 2005-08-09

I-130 Sent : 2005-10-04

I-130 NOA1 : 2005-10-21

I-129F Sent : 2005-10-25

I-129F NOA1 : 2005-11-01

I-129F NOA2 : Not received

NVC Received : 2005-12-15

NVC Left : 2005-12-20

Packet 3 : Still waiting

Medical : 2006-4-20

Interview : 2006-4-27

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As the last day to file tax returns is April 15.........I would assume 2005.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam

Income taxes are due April 15 (actually they are due April 17th this year). So the way I see it, if your interview at the consulate/embassy is before April 17th the 2005 tax return, while nice to have is not essential. You should have your W2 forms on hand (you should already have received those).

I'm in the same boat as you. My fiance has her interview on March 29th. I just got the last form I need to complete my taxes. I may or may not have my return done in time for her interview but at least I can give her a copy of my W2 forms (and I'll do everything I can to get my tax return done before the interview so I can fax her a copy).

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As the last day to file tax returns is April 15.........I would assume 2005.

Unless the person filed for an extension.....

(yes, I successfully filed I-864 this way)


Isn't the instruction for you to inclose your last 3 tax returns?

Figure out what your last 3 years filed are and submit those.

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