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    Hypnos reacted to Sukie in Submitted RFE for I-751   
    It SHOULD be enough, but transcripts are better.  Anyone can fill out a 1040 and make a copy of the W-2, but that does not PROVE you submitted it to the IRS.  The tax transcript PROVES that you submitted (and WHAT you submitted) the complete tax return to the IRS.  That is why many of us on Visa Journey keep pushing people to submit transcripts.
     
    Sukie in NY
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    Hypnos got a reaction from Unlockable in Must the US sponsor be a current US resident?   
    You must be able to show that you intend to resume your domicile in the US.
     
    This may include: a job offer; arranging schooling for any children; obtaining a home lease or rental; etc. US posts in Canada are notorious for being picky about this.
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    Hypnos reacted to NikLR in Child Citizenship   
    No. 
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    Hypnos reacted to Sukie in Submitted RFE for I-751   
    Jwmasca, it depends on what you are calling a "copy".  If it is just the 1040, then no, that is not enough.  You would have to submit a copy OF EVERY DOCUMENT you submitted with your return - which usually includes W-2s (if you have jobs), 1099-INTs (if you have bank interest), 1099-DIV (if you have dividend income) etc.  That's why transcripts are better.
     
    If you submitted a copy of your tax returns (1040s) PLUS copies of all the accompanying documents, you will be fine.
     
    Sukie in NY
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    Hypnos reacted to afrocraft in Case moved to fraud department   
    "Illegals." What does that even mean? When you drive under the influence, endangering lives, you're not an "illegal." When you evade taxes, or commit wire fraud, are you an "illegal"? Darnit, not even terrorists and mass murderers are considered "illegal." All are lawbreakers, but yet when you cross the border without valid entry documentation, some brand you "illegal," as though your very humanity were illicit.
     
    Makes no sense to me at all.
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    Hypnos got a reaction from NikLR in Case moved to fraud department   
    USCIS cannot unilaterally revoke her green card. What they can do is ask an immigration judge to do so. 
     
    The first step would be her receiving a Notice To Appear in immigration court. If it's going to happen it's likely weeks or months away, and possibly longer than that. 
     
    I will add that whatever USCIS believes is immaterial. The only thing that matters is what they can prove. 
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    Hypnos reacted to JFH in Flights   
    Any airline check in agent who cannot read a visa should be fired. That was one of the first things I learned when I started my career over 20 years ago. 
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    Hypnos reacted to Boiler in Case moved to fraud department   
    Sounds like you need to leave this one alone, you do not want to get dragged down.
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    Hypnos got a reaction from rutabaga in selective service   
    You are overthinking this. 
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    Hypnos reacted to Will_and_Tu in I864ez   
    The fastest way to get denied (or have your application itself rejected) is to simply ignore parts of the paperwork that you don't want to fill out because you know doing so won't help your case.
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    Hypnos got a reaction from missileman in AOS for K1   
    Her K-1 visa has already expired since it's a single-use visa and she already used it. It expired the moment she passed through immigration control at the airport. 
     
    You can follow the guide here: https://www.visajourney.com/content/k1k3aos
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    Hypnos got a reaction from LukeU in Flights   
    Whichever is cheapest is fine. If you feel the need you can always cancel the return leg, if necessary. 
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    Hypnos got a reaction from missileman in AOS for K1   
    Her K-1 visa has already expired since it's a single-use visa and she already used it. It expired the moment she passed through immigration control at the airport. 
     
    You can follow the guide here: https://www.visajourney.com/content/k1k3aos
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    Hypnos got a reaction from missileman in AOS for K1   
    Her K-1 visa has already expired since it's a single-use visa and she already used it. It expired the moment she passed through immigration control at the airport. 
     
    You can follow the guide here: https://www.visajourney.com/content/k1k3aos
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    Hypnos reacted to missileman in how many months can a green card holder spend outside the U.S   
    Not true........
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    Hypnos got a reaction from NikLR in Disaster in Today's Citizenship Interview   
    The smart play was to try and fix it on the day, staying to speak to a supervisor and even getting a second interview. 
     
    Congratulations. 
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    Hypnos reacted to cyclone27 in N-400 March 2019 Filers   
    I wouldn’t pay attention to the estimated dates they are notoriously wrong.
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    Hypnos reacted to missileman in DIAGNOSED WITH BRAIN CA, NEED TO GO SEE HER SON IN ANOTHER COUNTRY WITH EXPIRED GC   
    They might refuse until she submits an I-90.
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    Hypnos got a reaction from missileman in DIAGNOSED WITH BRAIN CA, NEED TO GO SEE HER SON IN ANOTHER COUNTRY WITH EXPIRED GC   
    I believe many (all?) field offices will want to see an I-90 NoA before they will give an I-551 passport stamp. 
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    Hypnos got a reaction from missileman in DIAGNOSED WITH BRAIN CA, NEED TO GO SEE HER SON IN ANOTHER COUNTRY WITH EXPIRED GC   
    I believe many (all?) field offices will want to see an I-90 NoA before they will give an I-551 passport stamp. 
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    Hypnos got a reaction from missileman in DIAGNOSED WITH BRAIN CA, NEED TO GO SEE HER SON IN ANOTHER COUNTRY WITH EXPIRED GC   
    I believe many (all?) field offices will want to see an I-90 NoA before they will give an I-551 passport stamp. 
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    Hypnos got a reaction from millefleur in DIAGNOSED WITH BRAIN CA, NEED TO GO SEE HER SON IN ANOTHER COUNTRY WITH EXPIRED GC   
    She would likely need an I-90 f, if she wishes to pursue citizenship, an N-400 also because her green card expired more than six months ago. 
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    Hypnos got a reaction from junkmart in Submitting South Korean "Birth Certificate"   
    You apparently need both. 
     
    https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Visa-Reciprocity-and-Civil-Documents-by-Country/SouthKorea.html (scroll to Birth Certificates). 
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    Hypnos got a reaction from Ate in Disaster in Today's Citizenship Interview   
    I would also follow it up with a formal complaint about that officer to the field office director. 
     
    If what the OP says is true then that is highly inappropriate behaviour. And if they've done it to you then they've done it to others, too. 
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