Even if you are not relying on your wife's income, you are still required to provide her tax information. If you still have questions about your case, you really need to call your attorney. He knows more about the facts of your case than anyone you will find in an online forum.
You still need to submit wife's taxes. You also should have submitted I-864A.
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You really need to be directing your questions to your lawyer.
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