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Hello VJ community,

I am filing DCF

We were told to have my pay slips when my spouse went for the interview.

At that time I only had an offer letter in the USA

now I have one month slip NOV

I am hoping she can get apt before DEC pay & slip is issued

Should 1 month pay slip be sufficient?

Thanks to anyone with insight

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, kris&me said:

As a USC you are required to file tax returns while living outside the US

U need to provide a IRS transcript of those tax returns 

Thank you!

I brought copies of returns (not transcript) and the embassy did not want them, I cant recall if they kept them or not.

they said not interested in past, just present, pay slips

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