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My case is I have a pending application but I'm worried that our case will be denied due to some taxes issue.

 

I'm a 1099 self employed and made a litle over 100k last year.  Now its taxes time, havent run the numbers yet but base on my estimate and because I dont have dependent I might owe IRS some tax money. If ever I will owe IRS , I will set up a payment plan then pay the rest the best that I could..but I'm really worried that this might lead us to denial of our aos application? :( I have w2 for few months before I switched to 1099 where I made the most of my income last year. 

 

I keep reading that USCIS poverty will be base out with gross income ( before deductions / expenses for self employed ) So assuming my income are good since its over 100k gross?Does seting up a payment plan in IRS affects the process at all? I don't owe IRS any money in previous years since was employed as w2. Anyone have the same issue like ours? Esp those who work in transportation 1099 case? How did you proof the income? 

 

 

I have previous w2 & made enough money that I can provide to the interview if needed. 

 

 

P.S - I work in a transportation industry & had so much write off. So majority of my income has been lowered because of the expenses.

 

 

Any advice? please enlighten us! Thank you very much!

 

 


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3 minutes ago, myworld22 said:

My case is I have a pending application but I'm worried that our case will be denied due to some taxes issue.

 

I'm a 1099 self employed and made a litle over 100k last year.  Now its taxes time, havent run the numbers yet but base on my estimate and because I dont have dependent I might owe IRS some tax money. If ever I will owe IRS , I will set up a payment plan then pay the rest the best that I could..but I'm really worried that this might lead us to denial of our aos application? :( I have w2 for few months before I switched to 1099 where I made the most of my income last year. 

 

I keep reading that USCIS poverty will be base out with gross income ( before deductions / expenses for self employed ) So assuming my income are good since its over 100k gross?Does seting up a payment plan in IRS affects the process at all? I don't owe IRS any money in previous years since was employed as w2. Anyone have the same issue like ours? Esp those who work in transportation 1099 case? How did you proof the income? 

 

 

I have previous w2 & made enough money that I can provide to the interview if needed. 

 

 

P.S - I work in a transportation industry & had so much write off. So majority of my income has been lowered because of the expenses.

 

 

Any advice? please enlighten us! Thank you very much!

 

 

I have a headache and will respond later but I will say it's Gross adjustable income for self employed, not gross.

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