Generally speaking, the IRS and Immigration do not talk to one another. In fact, there is actually a law the stops the IRS from giving immigration status information to USCIS. Having said that, if you have your adjustment of status application filed, you are allowed to be here. Talking to the IRS should not put you in immigration jeopardy. I see no problem getting the requested paperwork from the IRS.
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You have give enough facts for an intelligible answer; You did not, so my answer may be off in terms of what you are actually asking about. IRS has nothing to do with your papers and the rest of stuff you are talking about in your post. All of it is irrelevant for the question you ask: Should my USC husband include me in his income tax return if 1) I do not have a legal immigration status; 2) what is a no filing letter. Legal or not, if he lived with you for at least 6 month in 2012, he must file taxes with you included as his wife. Social Security is not required to do that. You can ask for IRS individual ID number for tax paying purposes
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I agree with Attorney Segal.
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