Hi Amazon and 'forum-ers'
thanks for your continued response. i appreciate it.
1. I became an LPR in Oct.2009. I was working in a foreign country and was not ready to quit my job as yet.
2. I entered the US 2x/yr until Oct. 2011 when i came in to stay.
3. I got my first job in May 2012 for which i filed my first tax return early this year.
Now i have to do the affidavit of support for my spouse. I have only one tax transcript. a part of the form requires information from the last 3 tax years!!!
What do you guys think? should i go ahead with the 2012 tax transcript?
I paid my taxes in the foreign country while i was there. should i use the information to file late "absentee" taxes before submitting the affidavit of support?
You may want to talk to a lawyer. Please see the link below:
Hi Amazon! After paying the affidavit of support and was already confirmed paid, what happens next? Do I have to fill out the affidavit of support form already or wait for further instruction from the NVC? Where can i send it?
I will be writing a blog post on steps for NVC consular processing.
9/16/2013 4:39:29 PM
I also have the same problem.
But the only difference is that I just migrated last year (April 2012) and started workig last part of the year (November 2012).
I only have my tax return for last year. I am currently employed and earning enough to qualify for the proverty guideline.
My question is, do I still need to have a joint sponsor for my wife's AOS as I don't have 3 years of tax returns? What other options do I have?
According to http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/i-864instr.pdf (section 7), you only need to submit last year tax return. You can submit 3 years if applicant think it would be helpful for USCIS.
9/18/2013 3:35:44 PM
Thank you for the info Amazon