So I have my IR-1 interview scheduled next month in the embassy and are preparing for documents to bring.
My husband(US citizen) as the principal sponsor has enough asset just a little bit more than the requested criteria. To be safe, we asked his father to be our joint-sponsor. He sent his W-2 as financial evidence to NVC.
I received a letter from NVC to request me to bring my joint-sponsor's latest tax transcript to the interview.
Problem is that my father-in-law despite his willingness to help us, doesn't want to mail or email his tax information to us for fear of safety reasons during the mailing (he can send it directly to a US agency but both NVC and the embassy insist me to bring it to the interview),
NVC said if it is requested document, then they advise me to bring it to the interview, or it could lead to a possible delay of the visa approval. The embassy said it's up to the visa officer to decide whether the document is necessary or not.
Should I be concerned of possible denial of visa just because i don't have this tax info? My husband has enough asset to support, would that be enough despite lack of document from the joint sponsor? If it is denied, how long would it take to reschedule another interview?