Tax filing question in N 400 application form?

Asked over 1 year ago - Simpsonville, SC

I am a us green card holder since 2008.I havent filed my tax for 2009 year bz i have only earned $3600 that year.now in N400 application they have a question in part 10 c about failure in any tax filing, or tax return since becoming a lawful permanent resident.should i consider it tax filing failure.should i tick "yes" or "no" in that question.after that year i am filing my tax every year till now.

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  1. Carl Michael Shusterman

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    Answered . Asked and answered previously.

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  2. Christine Swenson

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    Answered . There is a very similar if not identical question like this already posted and answered. Please review the questions asked during this week and you'll have an answer.

  3. Giacomo Jacques Behar

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    Answered . The answer should be "no".

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  4. Carlos Andres Lopez

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    Answered . If you didn't have to file a tax return by law, then you didn't fail to file a tax return. I agree with my colleague - the answer would be "no."

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