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My wife is eligible to file for Citizenship on January 24, 2019, as it will be 90 days prior to her third anniversary here..now it gets complicated..we have tax transcripts for the tax years 2016 and 2017..BUT 2018 is fresh and there is the matter of the government shutdown...with that in mind can we submit with hand-written or printed forms now and send the transcripts when they become available? Any help will be appreciated..I am sure the impact of the shutdown will be felt throughout the system but ours would be complicated even without the shutdown with the time thing

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9 minutes ago, RobertDski said:

My wife is eligible to file for Citizenship on January 24, 2019, as it will be 90 days prior to her third anniversary here..now it gets complicated..we have tax transcripts for the tax years 2016 and 2017..BUT 2018 is fresh and there is the matter of the government shutdown...with that in mind can we submit with hand-written or printed forms now and send the transcripts when they become available? Any help will be appreciated..I am sure the impact of the shutdown will be felt throughout the system but ours would be complicated even without the shutdown with the time thing

Yes. Don’t forget except for most egregious of cases and required initial evidence, USCIS will go ahead and process your application and allow you to provide what they need to see at the interview. The interview is the clincher. Your problem is one that everyone who applies will face. Additionally 2018 taxes are only being accepted from January 28th.

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https://www.forbes.com/sites/kellyphillipserb/2019/01/07/irs-announces-tax-season-start-date-despite-government-shutdown/

 

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced that tax season will open on Monday, January 28, 2019. The IRS will begin accepting paper and electronic tax returns that day.

 

 

 


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Why the rush to apply? I would wait until the government is back open so things won't get screwed up with the paperwork. When people are working and not getting paid 

I can't imagine if they are thoroughly doing their jobs.

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11 hours ago, LonnieNCarmie said:

Why the rush to apply? I would wait until the government is back open so things won't get screwed up with the paperwork. When people are working and not getting paid 

I can't imagine if they are thoroughly doing their jobs.

USCIS is getting paid. 


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20 hours ago, DESERT_ROSE said:

Justice Dept is not. For background check.

So will our prossecing times be affected bcs of the government shutdown ? Do you mean they wont be able to do the background checks until they reopen؟

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