Why not, especially if they demonstrate stable income high enough to support an immigrant.
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No. Only one year is required under the current law, unless you are in Immigration COurt.
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Yes, t is good to submit copies of your last 3 years tax returns, especially if you have filed any of these tax returns jointly.
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You are only required to submit last year's tax returns (and associated W2's), but if you have the 2011 and the 2010 ready to go, I would recommend that you submit them as well. Go ahead and answer the questions regarding your income for 2012, 2011 and 2010.