My husband came to the US on a fiancee visa last year and got his green card in September.We are trying to bring his young son ( under 21) over. We file our tax return together this year and was more than the poverty guidelines requirements. Since he's only been in this country and working legally for one year, what will happen if NVC asked for 3 yrs return and he cannot produce it? Will that hurt our application to sponsor his son to immigrate here?
He will not need to produce 3 years of income tax returns.
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One one more recent year of income tax returns is needed for purposes of proving income.
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I agree with my colleagues above. Just want to add that you could consult with a US accountant or tax attorney about back-filing if he didn't file taxes in a specific year
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If he is over 18 you have problems. Assuming he is not over 18, you should be filing the visa petition, as a step parent, not your husband, and it is your tax returns that are required. There is over a 2 year wait for children of permanent residents, and no wait for children of citizens. That includes step children.
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The petition would continue to be processed.
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