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Hello everyone! I just wana ask regarding Affidavit of support question ( K1 & IR 5 ) . So, I'm getting all the req. docs needed for the affidavit. I have 3 pending petitions including K1. My question is, if my fiancee will have her interview ( K1) around may or june 2019 then is my 2017 ITR 1040 & w2 would be enough? Or gotta be up to date current? I'm on 1099 independent contractor in trucking industry. I got itemize deductions which falls under schedules. I read some article that says they are just gona be concern whatever figure on line 22? What about the schedules for expenses? Are we talking bout the gross income before the trucking deductions etc? Or what? I'm reall confused and trying to make sure we wont get any RFE. Also I din't start the 1099 not til mid of year 2018 til now. But, I got all of my other w2s ITR from previous 3yrs which I made enough money above the poverty guidelines good enough for atleast 7 people household. Should I be worried? Any insight is highly appreciated! 🙂

 

 


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You’ll need tax transcripts from 2018 if interviews are after March 2019. 


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Posted (edited)

Past years of W-2s aren’t needed. They will look at the tax returns if needed.

 

Im a little confused, though. You mention W-2s but say you are an independent contractor? Did you just change this year (Edit: last year...it’s 2019 now!)? If so, you have no current income until you file taxes for the year.

 

If you submit after tax day, you will need 2018 tax returns (transcript is fine). If you don’t file by then, you need to show evidence of an extension and the 2017 tax return.

Edited by geowrian

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Posted (edited)
4 minutes ago, geowrian said:

Past years of W-2s aren’t needed. They will look at the tax returns if needed.

 

Im a little confused, though. You mention W-2s but say you are an independent contractor? Did you just change this year (Edit: last year...it’s 2019 now!)? If so, you have no current income until you file taxes for the year.

 

If you submit after tax day, you will need 2018 tax returns (transcript is fine). If you don’t file by then, you need to show evidence of an extension and the 2017 tax return.

I am a freelance contractor and some places put me on the payroll and I get a w2 while others pay me by regular check and I get a 1099

Edited by payxibka

YMMV

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