I am not sure why someone would not have access to tax returns. The sponsor can fill out a request to the IRS for transcripts of returns. W-2s and pay stubs can also provide evidence.
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All tax payers have access to their tax returns.
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I would advise you to go to the IRS in person and request your certified copies of your tax returns. They must give them to you by law.
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