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Hi. My wife worked as a J-1 Student in 2018 before her visa expired and went back to the Philippines. She has a SSN and a W-2 form. We never lived together on paper we did spend a lot of time together before she moved back. So I She went back in April 2018, and I visited in May 2018 with the family to see how they would accept me, and what not, and visit the country. I eventually asked her to marry me on the trip. I returned again for another month in Oct 2018, and we got married. 

Now it's tax season. I have my W-2 she had hers mailed to me. 

Should I file this separately, or should i do it jointly? If separately should I file it as 1040-NR for her?


01/28/2019 - Mailed Express Mail USCIS Lockbox Phoenix

01/29/2019 - Received by Phoenix Lockbox
02/04/2019 - Receipt Notice Via Text Message assigned to Nebraska Service Center 

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