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Hello Everyone! I’m new here and this is my first post. 

 

I’m under IR1 visa category. I have not set my IV interview (US Embassy Manila Philippines) due to the delay for sputum culture result. 

 

This has been bothering me a lot. I have my husbands 2018 TAX RETURN, 2018 W2, and 6 months pay stubs. 

 

However, everyone that I know has been discouraging me to use it during my interview and insisting that I should get the TAX TRANSCRIPTS. 

 

According to my husband, he tried to request it online but it requires a postpaid number. He also cannot have it mailed since he already moved to a new state. 

 

To those who already got approved only showing the petitioner’s TAX RETURNS instead of TAX TRANSCRIPTS, did the consul accept it or were you put on 221g asking for the petitioner’s IRS TAX TRANSCRIPTS?

 

Thank you for your optimistic response. 

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21 minutes ago, Mrs Stefano said:

Hello Everyone! I’m new here and this is my first post. 

 

I’m under IR1 visa category. I have not set my IV interview (US Embassy Manila Philippines) due to the delay for sputum culture result. 

 

This has been bothering me a lot. I have my husbands 2018 TAX RETURN, 2018 W2, and 6 months pay stubs. 

 

However, everyone that I know has been discouraging me to use it during my interview and insisting that I should get the TAX TRANSCRIPTS. 

 

According to my husband, he tried to request it online but it requires a postpaid number. He also cannot have it mailed since he already moved to a new state. 

 

To those who already got approved only showing the petitioner’s TAX RETURNS instead of TAX TRANSCRIPTS, did the consul accept it or were you put on 221g asking for the petitioner’s IRS TAX TRANSCRIPTS?

 

Thank you for your optimistic response. 

https://www.irs.gov/forms-pubs/about-form-4506-t

 

With this form you can have the transcript send to another adress than the one on your last return. So your husband can request the transcript even though he moved.  

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20 minutes ago, Letspaintcookies said:

https://www.irs.gov/forms-pubs/about-form-4506-t

 

With this form you can have the transcript send to another adress than the one on your last return. So your husband can request the transcript even though he moved.  

Thank you for your response. However, would I be in trouble if I just bring with me the same documents I uploaded on CEAC (I’m referring to the full tax returns (1040, W2, schedules, etc) plus employment letter and pay stubs?


 

 

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