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Tax returns - yes or no?

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I apologize if this has been discussed already...

 

I'm currently working on my application and I'm not sure if I should send tax transcripts for the last 3 years or not. I have a CR-1 Visa and it says in the online application that those are not mandatory but helpful if the Visa is marriage based. 

If u don't send them (I'd have to scan all those pages) will u get a RFE or would they most likely just ask me to bring those to the interview?


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7 minutes ago, Rosegrove said:

I apologize if this has been discussed already...

 

I'm currently working on my application and I'm not sure if I should send tax transcripts for the last 3 years or not. I have a CR-1 Visa and it says in the online application that those are not mandatory but helpful if the Visa is marriage based. 

If u don't send them (I'd have to scan all those pages) will u get a RFE or would they most likely just ask me to bring those to the interview?

Are you referring to tax transcripts, or tax returns?  Because the transcripts themselves are only like a page each in length from what I remember.

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1 minute ago, Cryssiekins said:

You can request tax transcripts online and instantly get them.  Just add them.  They’re 1-3 pages usually.  

Exactly!  It was awhile since I requested mine, but I knew they were more concise without all the schedules, etc, of a full tax return. You can even have them send paper copies to conserve on ink.

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Thank you guys, I will request the transcripts then.😊


USCIS Stage

I-130 petition sent: 8/4/2015

NOA 1: 8/17/2015 (NSC)

RFE recieved: 01/15/2016

RFE response sent: 01/23/2016

I-130 petition approved: 02/5/2016

NOA 2 recieved: 02/16/2016
Case sent to NVC: 02/17/2016

NVC Stage

Case recieved: 2/24/2016 (called NVC)

Case# & IIN recieved: 3/4/2016

DS-261 submitted: 3/4/2016

AOS fee paid: 3/11/2016

Revieved DS-261 via phone: 3/8/2016

Recieved IV-Bill: 3/9/2016

Paid IV-Bill: 3/12/2016

Sent AOS / IV Package: 3/16/2016

Submit DS-260: 3/17/2016

NVC Scan Date: 3/18/2016

Case Complete: 4/18/2016

Interview Date assigned: 4/28/2016

P4 recieved: 4/29/2016 (via e-mail) 

Embassy Stage

Medical Examination: 5/3/2016 (MUC)

Interview Date: 6/9/2016 (FRA)

CEAC status "Issued": 6/10/2016

Visa in hand: 06/11/2016 

POE: 06/25/2016 (Seattle)

Removal of Conditions 

File sent to CSC: 4/9/2018

NOA: 5/19/2018

18 Month Extension: 8/11/2018

Biometrics Waiver: 2/22/2019

Case approved: 4/25/2019

NOA received: 4/28/2019

GC received: 5/2/2019

Naturalization

Submitted N-400 (online): 06/26/2019

Biometrics scheduled: 06/29/2019

Biometrics appointment: 07/17/2019

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