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Tax question I-864EZ

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So my wife is completing the I-864EZ and it asks for the amount of the last 3 tax returns.  She is currently earning over the poverty amount for the latest tax year but 3 years ago she was working a different job and had to take time off to care for an ill family member so only earned about 10k.  Does this matter? For the next 2 years after this she exceeded the amount and has her w2 etc.

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Current income is key. Her current pay stubs establish that.  Her past tax filings are in the past, and they will provide an element which will help the CO make a determination based on her entire financial picture.   Remember that meeting the income threshold does not guarantee qualification.  It is a starting point for consideration.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Lucky Cat said:

Current income is key. Her current pay stubs establish that.  Her past tax filings are in the past, and they will provide an element which will help the CO make a determination based on her entire financial picture.   Remember that meeting the income threshold does not guarantee qualification.  It is a starting point for consideration.

 

 

 

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Thanks for the answer.  What does the last bit mean? Surely if the criteria is to exceed the amount they state for the household she has fulfilled that? 

She is in government employment at the moment for the last 2 years so it's stable in that regard.  

She is just going to provide the most recent w2 l, her tax return and recent payslips, I assume if they want anything else they will come back to her, she can get her other tax returns if needed 

 

Edit: I can also be put on her healthcare the moment I step into the country she has checked with her HR dept. I know that's one of the factors which they help determine if you become a public charge or not 

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7 hours ago, 8bithearts said:

Thanks for the answer.  What does the last bit mean? Surely if the criteria is to exceed the amount they state for the household she has fulfilled that? 

She is in government employment at the moment for the last 2 years so it's stable in that regard.  

She is just going to provide the most recent w2 l, her tax return and recent payslips, I assume if they want anything else they will come back to her, she can get her other tax returns if needed 

 

Edit: I can also be put on her healthcare the moment I step into the country she has checked with her HR dept. I know that's one of the factors which they help determine if you become a public charge or not 

Sounds like you have it covered.  Your post was moved to the correct forum.  You found it and replied.  No worries.


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