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Goodevening please don't know how to paste my question on the page, please I have a question which has been bothering me. My husband and I got our i130 petition approval in October 2018 as it stands his ex wife filed for her mother and she's waiting for a visa interview date. The problem is that they were divorced in 2014 but filed their tax together in 2017 because of their mutual kid and hence we are waiting for my husband to file his 2018 tax return which he will include my name as his spouse. My worry is that since he filed his tax return with his ex wife in 2017 and that's what she used for her mothers afridavit of support, can that affect us in any way since its two different petitions and cases. Thank you so much.

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please I have a question which has been bothering me. My husband and I got our i130 petition approval in October 2018 as it stands his ex wife filed for her mother and she's waiting for a visa interview date. The problem is that they were divorced in 2014 but filed their tax together in 2017 because of their mutual kid and hence we are waiting for my husband to file his 2018 tax return which he will include my name as his spouse. My worry is that since he filed his tax return with his ex wife in 2017 and that's what she used for her mothers afridavit of support, can that affect us in any way since its two different petitions and cases. Thank you so much

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36 minutes ago, Fid said:

Goodevening please don't know how to paste my question on the page, please I have a question which has been bothering me. My husband and I got our i130 petition approval in October 2018 as it stands his ex wife filed for her mother and she's waiting for a visa interview date. The problem is that they were divorced in 2014 but filed their tax together in 2017 because of their mutual kid and hence we are waiting for my husband to file his 2018 tax return which he will include my name as his spouse. My worry is that since he filed his tax return with his ex wife in 2017 and that's what she used for her mothers afridavit of support, can that affect us in any way since its two different petitions and cases. Thank you so much.

Hi there---I've reported this post so a Mod can split it into it's own thread (hopefully) since you say you don't know how to begin a thread.  That way the original poster of THIS thread won't get confused with responses to your questions about your own case on their thread.


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1 hour ago, Fid said:

please I have a question which has been bothering me. My husband and I got our i130 petition approval in October 2018 as it stands his ex wife filed for her mother and she's waiting for a visa interview date. The problem is that they were divorced in 2014 but filed their tax together in 2017 because of their mutual kid and hence we are waiting for my husband to file his 2018 tax return which he will include my name as his spouse. My worry is that since he filed his tax return with his ex wife in 2017 and that's what she used for her mothers afridavit of support, can that affect us in any way since its two different petitions and cases. Thank you so much

Hopefully, you are confused.  A person cannot legally file a joint tax return with a former spouse. If they divorced in 2014, that would be the last year they could file a joint tax return.  Is your husband perhaps talking about a business tax return for a business still in both names?  If not, then he's committed tax fraud, by filing jointly with someone he was not married to.  Sounds like he did this (really THEY) three years in a row fraudulently.  This can be fixed by filing amended returns.  

 

Having a "reason" to lie or commit fraud doesn't excuse it.  All intentional lies are told for "reasons" that benefit the liar.

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