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Proof of domicile for a us citizen??!!

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Joint sponsors don't need to prove domicile.

The petitioner needs to prove domicile or the intent therof.


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2 minutes ago, NikLR said:

I believe i listed more than one item 

 

2 minutes ago, NikLR said:

I believe i listed more than one item 

Yes , thank you , but i mean that IRS should be enough as a proof

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6 minutes ago, Paul & Mary said:

Joint sponsors don't need to prove domicile.

The petitioner needs to prove domicile or the intent therof.

I know , it is weird but they want me to submit a proof

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No the tax return transcript is but ONE item in a list of items that can show someone's home is located in the USA.  Submit MORE. 

Just now, ReemRonny said:

Can i submit a W2 and earning summary as a proof?

The w2 is part of a tax return.  You either submit an entire tax return or submit a tax return transcript.  Not both. 


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Just now, NikLR said:

No the tax return transcript is but ONE item in a list of items that can show someone's home is located in the USA.  Submit MORE. 

Ok thank you

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On 6/6/2019 at 4:19 AM, Paul & Mary said:

Joint sponsors don't need to prove domicile.

The petitioner needs to prove domicile or the intent therof.

Under required documents for joint sponsor on CEAC is a spot for PROOF OF US DOMICILE. It does have the option to say "Not Available" but that seems unwise to just leave it empty. It's a big confusing because my joint sponsor has never lived outside of the US. 

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On 7/3/2019 at 12:46 AM, gonzolux said:

Under required documents for joint sponsor on CEAC is a spot for PROOF OF US DOMICILE. It does have the option to say "Not Available" but that seems unwise to just leave it empty. It's a big confusing because my joint sponsor has never lived outside of the US. 

I thought that was confusing too. I just uploaded a copy of my joint sponsor's drivers license and they accepted that.

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