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ra0010

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About ra0010

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    Morgantown
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    West Virginia

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  • Immigration Status
    F-1 Visa
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    National Benefits Center
  • Local Office
    Pittsburgh PA
  • Country
    Argentina

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  1. Can anyone help, please? For 2018 we should have two W 2s, but my husband can't find one of them and the company can't find it either. What happens if we submit the IRS tax return transcript with only 1 out of the 2 w-2s?
  2. Thank you! We did that last night. However, we can't find my husband's W-2 from 2018 (he had two jobs, we found the main one but we can't find the other one). Are we going to get denied?
  3. Same here. Can you help me? What are you planning on sending? My husband is on 55k income. RFIE So today I received our RFIE and I am a little bit worried. The first part is for the I-864 and it states: - you have submitted Form I-864, Affidavit of Support. We are unable to process the I-864 because it has one or more deficiencies. In order for us to process your application further, you must: Submit a completed and signed form I-864, Affidavit of Support, from the petitioning sponsor. All pages must be present and of the latest edition date. The date needed is 03/06/18. I swear we sent everything complete. I guess they lost it. provide a complete and correctly calculated household size for the petitioning sponsor on Form I-864. Submit a complete copy of the petitioning sponsor's Federal income tax return, including all supporting tax documents (W-2s, 1099, Form 2555, and tax schedules) filed with the return, for the most recent tax year. I am terrified because we cannot find my husband's W-2 for 2018 (we haven't filed our 2019 taxes yet). Originally I had sent them the tax account transcript, so that's why they might be asking for his tax return again. I know that in the original application you could send the tax returb transcript without the w-2 if it was an IRS transcript, but here it is asking for a w-2. What happens if we don't have it? Are we going to get denied if we send the IRS return transcript without the w-2? Based on the documents submitted with form I-864, Affidavit of Support, for the petitioner/ sponsor, thr income did not meet 125% of the poverty guideline... I really don't know why, because we are 2 and he makes close to 55K. Do we need a joint sponsor? Any idea why they said he makes less than the poverty guideline? Originally we didn't include his employment letter and paystubs, but we're planning on doing it this time. Anyhow, this is how I plan on attacking this RFIE: - Fill out the I-864 form again, making sure that the household size is correct and that there's nothing missing. - Send the 2 w-2s that my husband has (let's hope that the company he worked for kept a copy of it) AND the IRS tax returns for 2018. - Get an employment letter and four pay stubs from this job (he's been working there for 4 months) and two other paystubs from his previous job. Any suggestions? Again, why do they ask for a joint sponsor if he makes above poverty line?
  4. RFIE So today I received our RFIE and I am a little bit worried. The first part is for the I-864 and it states: - you have submitted Form I-864, Affidavit of Support. We are unable to process the I-864 because it has one or more deficiencies. In order for us to process your application further, you must: Submit a completed and signed form I-864, Affidavit of Support, from the petitioning sponsor. All pages must be present and of the latest edition date. The date needed is 03/06/18. I swear we sent everything complete. I guess they lost it. provide a complete and correctly calculated household size for the petitioning sponsor on Form I-864. Submit a complete copy of the petitioning sponsor's Federal income tax return, including all supporting tax documents (W-2s, 1099, Form 2555, and tax schedules) filed with the return, for the most recent tax year. I am terrified because we cannot find my husband's W-2 for 2018 (we haven't filed our 2019 taxes yet). Originally I had sent them the tax account transcript, so that's why they might be asking for his tax return again. I know that in the original application you could send the tax returb transcript without the w-2 if it was an IRS transcript, but here it is asking for a w-2. What happens if we don't have it? Are we going to get denied if we send the IRS return transcript without the w-2? Based on the documents submitted with form I-864, Affidavit of Support, for the petitioner/ sponsor, thr income did not meet 125% of the poverty guideline... I really don't know why, because we are 2 and he makes close to 55K. Do we need a joint sponsor? Any idea why they said he makes less than the poverty guideline? Originally we didn't include his employment letter and paystubs, but we're planning on doing it this time. Anyhow, this is how I plan on attacking this RFIE: - Fill out the I-864 form again, making sure that the household size is correct and that there's nothing missing. - Send the 2 w-2s that my husband has (let's hope that the company he worked for kept a copy of it) AND the IRS tax returns for 2018. - Get an employment letter and four pay stubs from this job (he's been working there for 4 months) and two other paystubs from his previous job. Any suggestions? Again, why do they ask for a joint sponsor if he makes above poverty line?
  5. Oh, because I have read that those RFIES ask to submit all tax documentation, and they even specify w2s
  6. Hi! Quick question. We have a RFIE coming our way and, although we haven't received it yet, I assume it's going to be about the tax returns, since we sent the tax account transcripts instead of the returns. So, we might get the generic RFIE to submit all documents submitted to the IRS (w2, etc). We have the 1040 for my sponsor, but we can't find his w2s. Is it ok to respond with the IRS tax return and 1040 or will they want to see the w2?
  7. Oh bummer! USCIS sent me a RFIE just today. Let's wait and see what it is for. The good thing is that they are looking at my case. I hope it's an easy fix!
  8. Same situation here! Let's keep each other updated!
  9. Hello everyone! Just venting: I want an update this week! Did my biometrics on 12/9, stuck in "Fingerprints have been applied to your case". Next step is either a RFE or interview ready to be scheduled... Given that my PD is 10/17, what's the latest I could get a RFE? Also if it helps I have an F1 visa and I am applying to AOS through marriage to a USC. Really happy to see others moving forward... But I want my share, too!
  10. Hey Karla! The problem with my application was that it took me a month to receive the first NOAs, so that delayed the biometrics. I sent my paperwork on 10/17 (also my PD) and I didn't get notices until November 19th or so... And the biometrics was done on 12/9, so you're right: my biometrics were kind of late with reference to my PD. I also think I am going to get an update some time next week, but who knows...? Thanks for your words!
  11. When did you do your biometrics? And what's your visa?
  12. Hi! I got my biometrics on 12/9 and my status still shows "fingerprints were taken"... Anybody else stuck there?
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