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Hello,

 

I have a question may somebody help me. I’m getting ready to prepare the package for my K1 visa. I owe 2017 taxes money to the state and the federal. If I make a payment plan to pay the taxes will I be ok to do the I-129F application.

 

thanks in Advance 


I-130 Timeline

Permanent Resident

07/29/2009 - Married in Dominican Republic

08/28/2010 - Sent I-130

09/04/2010 - USCIS Received I-130

10/13/2011 - USCIS Approve Application

11/21/2011 - NVC Received the Petition

11/28/2011 - Receive Case Number

11/30/2011 - AOS Bill Invoice

12/02/2011 - My Wife E-Mail Choice of Address and Agent to NVC

12/05/2011 - Choice of Address and Agent accepted

12/07/2011 - AOS sent Payment Online

12/09/2011 - AOS Show PAID

12/14/2011 - Receive IV Invoice

12/15/2011 - Sent Payment IV

12/16/2011 - IV show PAID

Waiting for my W-2 2011 to send my I-864 form

12/27/2011 - Became U.S. Citizen

01/30/2012 - Finally got my W-2 to file my taxes 2011

01/31/2012 - AOS,DS-3032 and Certificate of Naturalization Mail out with USPS in one Package

02/02/2012 - Package Delivered to NVC

02/03/2012 - CASE COMPLETE

02/04/2012 - E-Mail My Certificate of Naturalization

02/07/2012 - Upgrading F2A to IR1 Under Review

02/08/2012 - Changed Classification of Category to CR1

03/02/2012 - Interview Scheduled for April 2nd :D

03/05/2012 - Packet 4 Left from NVC to Consulate throw DHL Express

03/07/2012 - Packet 4 Delivered

03/15/2012 - Medical Exam DONE

04/02/2012 - VISA APPROVED

04/03/2012 Packet in Transit DOMEX

04/04/2012 - VISA On Hand

04/19/2012 - Wife arriving to JFK Airport

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Generally having a payment plan with IRS (or State) will do. It's fine to owe taxes as long as you are honest/transparent and in communication with the agencies. I'm talking about admissibility based directly on issues with taxes. However, if your debts (private or public) are significant that can still affect the case (e.g. you may need a co-sponsor, public charge risk for the alien, etc). Having an agreement with the taxmen is definitely helpful.


03/04/2016 AOS (EB2-NIW concurrent with I-485) mailed to Lewisville TX Lockbox
03/07/2016 AOS delivered to USCIS and signed
03/12/2016 Case received by Nebraska Service Center (NSC)
03/14/2016 Text notification received for I-140/I-485/I-765/I-131.
04/08/2016 Biometrics notice received for 04/21
04/13/2016 Biometrics early walk-in completed.
04/15/2016 EAD/AP combo card received in mail.

 

Long wait begins...

 

11/04/2016 I-140/485 cases transferred from Nebraska to TCS
12/01/2016 Prepared package for EAD/AP renewal (expires 04/09/2017)
12/23/2016 USCIS suddenly changes several forms, invalidating my EAD/AP renewal package (not yet sent)
12/27/2016 USCIS suddenly reforms the entire NIW criteria system, replacing a 20 years old one. Uncharted waters. 
01/07/2017 (Saturday!) EAD/AP renewal package with new forms received in Phoenix "reception desk"
01/17/2017 EAD/AP renewal case accepted; text/email with receipt numbers was received
01/30/2017 Law firm finally confirms that USCIS has suspended processing all EB2-NIW cases due to new criteria. 
02/23/2017 USCIS slowly starts adjudicating NIW cases again.
04/21/2017 Extended EAD/AP received in mail. Valid for 2 years. 
05/06/2017 Received a massive RFE on I-140 NIW case.
07/20/2017 RFE response received by USCIS (a very long response with 30 pages of docs)
09/14/2017 I-140 NIW approved!!! 
11/28/2017 RFE for new medical issued (plus another request re Supp J for employment which is clearly issued in error)
12/04/2017 RFE received in mail
12/07/2017 repeated medical exam for I-485
12/08/2017 Attorney receives documents for responding to I-485 RFE
12/21/2017 Response to RFE received by USCIS 
02/09/2018 I-485 approval (text, email) :)
02/08/2018 I-485 approval notice issued (the "welcome letter") - I'm LPR now
02/16/2018 Green card received

 

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Thank you guys 


I-130 Timeline

Permanent Resident

07/29/2009 - Married in Dominican Republic

08/28/2010 - Sent I-130

09/04/2010 - USCIS Received I-130

10/13/2011 - USCIS Approve Application

11/21/2011 - NVC Received the Petition

11/28/2011 - Receive Case Number

11/30/2011 - AOS Bill Invoice

12/02/2011 - My Wife E-Mail Choice of Address and Agent to NVC

12/05/2011 - Choice of Address and Agent accepted

12/07/2011 - AOS sent Payment Online

12/09/2011 - AOS Show PAID

12/14/2011 - Receive IV Invoice

12/15/2011 - Sent Payment IV

12/16/2011 - IV show PAID

Waiting for my W-2 2011 to send my I-864 form

12/27/2011 - Became U.S. Citizen

01/30/2012 - Finally got my W-2 to file my taxes 2011

01/31/2012 - AOS,DS-3032 and Certificate of Naturalization Mail out with USPS in one Package

02/02/2012 - Package Delivered to NVC

02/03/2012 - CASE COMPLETE

02/04/2012 - E-Mail My Certificate of Naturalization

02/07/2012 - Upgrading F2A to IR1 Under Review

02/08/2012 - Changed Classification of Category to CR1

03/02/2012 - Interview Scheduled for April 2nd :D

03/05/2012 - Packet 4 Left from NVC to Consulate throw DHL Express

03/07/2012 - Packet 4 Delivered

03/15/2012 - Medical Exam DONE

04/02/2012 - VISA APPROVED

04/03/2012 Packet in Transit DOMEX

04/04/2012 - VISA On Hand

04/19/2012 - Wife arriving to JFK Airport

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