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~Alessa~

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About ~Alessa~

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  1. I see I thought they only want tax returns at the interview. What if I don't have 16? I will submit everything online.
  2. Does anyone know if USCIS will increase their fee anytime soon? Also, another question (a bit confusing one) : Me and my spouse haven't filed 2019 tax return yet as IRS starts to accept returns on January 27. Now, if I file N-400 before January 27 do I need to bring tax transcripts for 2016 (permanent resident since 2017 and had no income for 2016)?I thought by the time USCIS will get my interview scheduled I will get 2019 done so I'll bring 2017/18/19 to the actual interview so I won't need 2016. It's just a little bit confusing to me, when you file your N-400 does it mean you have to have all of the 3 years available at the time of the filing or it doesn't matter until the actual interview?
  3. Hello! Soon I will be filing N-400 (preferably online) and I saw here https://www.uscis.gov/file-online/tips-filing-forms-online that you can basically take a picture of your green card instead of Photocopy (I don't have neither printer or scanner). Does anyone have experience filing a picture instead of a photocopy? Once again, I am only talking about online filing. These are official "tips" from USCIS: As part of the application process, you must provide evidence to support your application. These documents help us evaluate your application and verify your answers are true. Use a scanner or take pictures of each document. Make sure each image you attach is clear and that all text is readable. Files must not be larger than 6MB in size, and must be in one of these formats: PDF, JPG, JPEG, TIF or TIFF. On the other hand instructions to the N-400 tells us to file Photocopy (but I guess they mean it when you file by paper).
  4. Hello! What if we didn't file taxes in 2016 (were not required to) and only have tax transcripts for the last 2 years (2017 and 2018). Is it a good idea if I write a note explaining why we didn't file in 2016 and mention that I will bring 2019 tax transcript to the interview? And of course I would attach other financial documents with my N-400. Also does anyone know if you file your taxes and pay it in full in January would IRS send you transcripts within couple of weeks or you can only get your transcript when the tax season is over?
  5. I don't see Trump changing anything about medical insurance accessibility, he wants to cancel Obamacare, then what? Would medical insurance prices go down?Would Obamacare considered as a public charge?
  6. Why won't they divide income by state, some states are so much more affordable to live than others
  7. So is this rule already in effect or they will fight it?
  8. So is there any income requirement? What if income is low but we don't get any kind of public assistance.
  9. Hehe I see, yeah state ID is really convenient! But the idea of going to DMV gives me anxiety. 2 years ago when I was getting my SSN card at the SSA office besides line being so slow, office lady was really rude like she saw an immigrant first time her life 😁
  10. Thank you for reply! Yes I will take all my documents for the biometrics. I just never went to DMV, had my green card and SSN card showed to employer and that was enough. Also I don't drive so I felt like I will suffer through DMV's rude people for nothing. I will going to make a trip to the local DMV tomorrow will take all my docs with me, hopefully in the next couple weeks will get state ID.
  11. Thank you for reply! I just never went to DMV, had my green card and SSN card showed to employer and that was enough. Also I don't drive so I felt like I will suffer through DMV's rude people for nothing. I will going to make a trip to the local DMV tomorrow will take all my docs with me, hopefully in the next couple weeks will get state ID.
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