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Do I need to include my financials (W2s and Tax Return, etc.) as a beneficiary?

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Hi there,

I am on my 60 day grace period as an F1 student. I worked throughout my college years and worked my one year OPT, which ended in February. Since I am not contributing my earnings to my husband, the petitioner/sponsor, do I need to include my financials (IRS tax return transcript/W2s/Tax Return, etc.) at all?  


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12 hours ago, my&aaron said:

Hi there,

I am on my 60 day grace period as an F1 student. I worked throughout my college years and worked my one year OPT, which ended in February. Since I am not contributing my earnings to my husband, the petitioner/sponsor, do I need to include my financials (IRS tax return transcript/W2s/Tax Return, etc.) at all?  

Your husband needs to provide the joint tax return (that has your income) if you file jointly, but other than that, no

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