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Letter from Employer for 1099 employee?

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I'm a 1099 employee and also W2 as of last November. My 2018 taxes dont show too much income on my W2 job which is by State of CA. 

 

1. How can my employer, who issues me a 1099, write a letter when I am an independent contractor?

2. Should she ballpark using whats currently in my pipeline of work that hasn't settled yet?

3. Our embassy only requires 1 year tax returns or transcripts. Im getting a co-sponsor anyways. 

4. I will add job #2 when I complete my I134 since I didnt have that job when I filed the I129F

5. Can I bring my W2 job stubs and perhaps the last stub for my 1099 job to interview EVEN though that 1099 stub may possibly be older than 30 days?

 

Thanks!

 


 

 

 

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1 hour ago, SJordanS said:

I'm a 1099 employee and also W2 as of last November. My 2018 taxes dont show too much income on my W2 job which is by State of CA. 

 

1. How can my employer, who issues me a 1099, write a letter when I am an independent contractor?

2. Should she ballpark using whats currently in my pipeline of work that hasn't settled yet?

3. Our embassy only requires 1 year tax returns or transcripts. Im getting a co-sponsor anyways. 

4. I will add job #2 when I complete my I134 since I didnt have that job when I filed the I129F

5. Can I bring my W2 job stubs and perhaps the last stub for my 1099 job to interview EVEN though that 1099 stub may possibly be older than 30 days?

 

Thanks!

 

#1. You are considered self-employed. You are not a real employee to them. However, if you really want a letter, you can ask and the maximum they can do is to state what rate you get paid, how often, and how long you have been contractor to them. This letter does not mean much as there are generally (lot of) expenses associated.

 

#2. For current income? You also need to take care of expenses, not just the amount received for your 1099.

 

#3. If you can find one, that is good. No issue here.

 

#4. Yes.

 

#5. Yes.

 

How often you get paid for 1099?

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