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Hello, for k1 visa, my fiancee (the petitioner) is unable to get her transcript online as she doesnt know what address the irs hold for her most recent tax return (issues with prev employer not updating her address).  She requested them by post but it says its been posted to her address on her recent tax return - she doesnt live there (previous address) anymore.  My question is, how can she get her tax returns sent to her current address? Its for the i134 affidavit of support.  

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7 minutes ago, Oaftobark said:

Hello, for k1 visa, my fiancee (the petitioner) is unable to get her transcript online as she doesnt know what address the irs hold for her most recent tax return (issues with prev employer not updating her address).  She requested them by post but it says its been posted to her address on her recent tax return - she doesnt live there (previous address) anymore.  My question is, how can she get her tax returns sent to her current address? Its for the i134 affidavit of support.  

she can go online where she filed them to get a copy of her return, it will not be the transcripts unless she can download them online.

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On 4/30/2019 at 12:58 PM, Oaftobark said:

Hello, for k1 visa, my fiancee (the petitioner) is unable to get her transcript online as she doesnt know what address the irs hold for her most recent tax return (issues with prev employer not updating her address).  She requested them by post but it says its been posted to her address on her recent tax return - she doesnt live there (previous address) anymore.  My question is, how can she get her tax returns sent to her current address? Its for the i134 affidavit of support.  

I had the same issue, I couldn't get my tax transcripts online because they had my old credit card number on file and I couldn't remember the last 4 numbers on it.  Anyway, I had recently moved and I still got them mailed to my new place.  I believe you can put the address down on the IRS website that you would like it mailed to, and if you really want to be sure you can go to usps.com and fill out a change of address so that any mail going to the old address will get forwarded to the new one.

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Posted (edited)

My fiance had the same problem.

If you're not able to use the online thing you can download a form that allows you to fill a third partie address to send it too. You'll have to mail it so it takes a bit longer but it works.

 

I'll have a look where it is and post the link.

 

 

Edited by Letspaintcookies

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