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Mihaella Cornelia Smith

Roseville Tax Lawyer.

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  1. Filing married filing separate tax but don't have husband's income, do I HAVE to have it?

    Answered about 3 years ago.

    1. Mihaella Cornelia Smith
    2. Christopher Michael Larson
    2 lawyer answers

    Normally, it is advantageous to file a joint return. However, in your case, it sounds like you will not be able to file a joint return without his specific knowledge and signature, which are needed to file jointly. You will need his income information and his consent to file jointly. The repercussions of giving false information on a tax return are very serious. Your best bet is to file single.

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    Answered almost 3 years ago.

    1. Millie-Ann Marquez-Li Sumcad
    2. Isileli Tupou Manaia Mataele
    3. Mihaella Cornelia Smith
    4. Gen Kimura
    4 lawyer answers

    It sounds like you might've fallen out of status. You should contact your school immediately and explain what happened to your DSO. Bring the doctor's note and all other evidence you might have. Have you had a conversation with them regarding your grades? Also, did you marry a U.S. Citizen? In that case, you can adjust your status based on that marriage. Otherwise, if you are unable to get reinstated, you will be out of status and will be considered to be here illegally. You should...