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I filed N-400 online based off of marriage. I sent in 4 most recent tax returns. I didnt send in this year's taxes as my wife and I hadn't file it yet.

My question is would that affect my application? I already did my biometrics and just awaiting interview.

 

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19 minutes ago, Redman191 said:

Good day

I filed N-400 online based off of marriage. I sent in 4 most recent tax returns. I didnt send in this year's taxes as my wife and I hadn't file it yet.

My question is would that affect my application? I already did my biometrics and just awaiting interview.

 

Nothing, but you need to bring it on the day of your interview since the IO might or might not gonna ask for it.


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We were planning on filing separate as she has bad credit due to school loans and was given opportunity to fix by making monthly payments to school loan again & filing for extension on taxes as individual

Would filing as individual instead of joint affect me in interview?

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9 minutes ago, Redman191 said:

We were planning on filing separate as she has bad credit due to school loans and was given opportunity to fix by making monthly payments to school loan again & filing for extension on taxes as individual

Would filing as individual instead of joint affect me in interview?

 

As long as you file "married". Married jointly or married separately doesn't matter. Each couple has their preferences and however it makes the most sense to them.


 

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