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Late payment but filing jointly on time

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Hi there,


My husband and I are planning to file jointly within the next few days (due to the tax deadline extended into July bc of the virus). I did not work at all last year (only had green card for a few months) but my husband was working so we are filing jointly. We are going to be speaking to his accountant tomorrow but I wanted to just be sure of the immigration aspect of it. I am due to file my ROC next september/potential citizenship and we are planning on paying taxes late/requesting an extension on the tax payment with a payment plan from the IRS. Will this have any adverse effect on either process? It will most likely be paid off in full by the time I file for ROC anyway, but just wanted to make sure.


Thank you,


Edited by mandsophia

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