If I filed single and i am working on my husbands I-601a and the waiver was accepted and now I am needing the DS-260 is that bad
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We have clients who were wrongly advised by less than knowledgeable tax preparers they could only file as single since their spouse was in the U.S. without a legal status, meaning s/he couldn't get a social security number. Instead they should have applied has the spouse apply for a U. S. tax identification number ("TIN") which can be used by the spouse instead of a social security number for tax filing purposes.
Your question is unclear. Please rephrase. If your tax transcripts are being requested, you should submit these even if you filed single. You should provide a statement as to why you did file this way.