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Hi, my mom is going to be a co sponsor for my fiancé (k1 visa) and I just want to be sure of a few things. 

1. Is it okay for just my mother to fill out the I-134, even though my parents taxes and bank accounts are joint, or does army father need to fill out an I-134 as well? 


2. About me, I’m 19 and I haven’t made enough to have to file taxes before this year (still didn’t HAVE to file taxes due to not making enough to Ben obligated to bc I just started my new job in November, but decided to so I’d have my tax return for the interview) do I need to type a letter stating why I don’t have three years worth of tax returns?



3. My fiancé’s interview is next week (I’m going to visit her to be there for her during the interview process so I’m bringing paperwork with me) and my mother hasn’t been able to file her taxes for this year yet, will that be an issue even though she’s giving them the last three years of tax returns? Considering taxes aren’t due until some time in April  


i appreciate any advice. Thank you 

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