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Hello great people of VJ, I have my interview scheduled on next week Wednesday and my fiancé mailed me his tax transcripts(2018) but I haven’t received it yet, so my question is should I go to the interview on the said date or postpone it till I receive the tax transcript. I have the 2016 and 2017 transcripts with me though 

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15 minutes ago, BoyzT1 said:

Hello great people of VJ, I have my interview scheduled on next week Wednesday and my fiancé mailed me his tax transcripts(2018) but I haven’t received it yet, so my question is should I go to the interview on the said date or postpone it till I receive the tax transcript. I have the 2016 and 2017 transcripts with me though 

Ask him to e-email it to you and you can print it out at home.

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16 minutes ago, BoyzT1 said:

He mailed it n the letter has ended up in Brazil which I have no idea so he has requested for another one which he hasn’t received it yet

He needs to email you a copy asap.......why did he mail them????

17 minutes ago, BoyzT1 said:

He mailed it n the letter has ended up in Brazil which I have no idea so he has requested for another one which he hasn’t received it yet

He should download from the IRS........this is the 21st century.....😃


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2 hours ago, BoyzT1 said:

Thanks I have told him to download it so let’s see what happens this weekend 

There's nothing special about the actual version, since there is no inked signature, etc. - hence people above suggest to just photocopy it and send it to you via computer. However, to answer your original question about postponing the interview date - funny enough we also asked this yesterday and the consensus was that the consulate will issue a RFD instead of denying the visa, if you can't get the transcript in time.

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I think this is a Lessons learned for any petitioner, they should copy any document before send it to the beneficiary. So if there is delay or something happened with the document at least you still have the copy one and maybe it still can be use.

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42 minutes ago, yuni_yuni said:

I think this is a Lessons learned for any petitioner, they should copy any document before send it to the beneficiary. So if there is delay or something happened with the document at least you still have the copy one and maybe it still can be use.

Tax transcripts are available from IRS.gov for free as PDF files, there is no reason to mail as paper copies at all. And when you e-mail PDF file it still stays there right there on your computer. Or ideally on Google Cloud Drive. 

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2 minutes ago, BoyzT1 said:

So can I use 1040 tax return for the interview or I still need to get the tax transcripts?

Use the transcripts if you can get them, imo.


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IRS tax transcripts are preferred over 1040s and W2s as they show actual returns according to IRS records.  They can be downloaded and emailed to you in a few minutes.  You could have the transcripts in your inbox a few minutes from now, just ask the petitioner to do this.

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