W2 requested - Please help!!

Old Jun 4th 2004, 3:56 am
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Hi,

I had filed my PR case with Buffalo consulate in March 2002. They have waived interview but have requested me to submit the W2's from 1998-2002. I had told them that I was working during these years on H1 visa. I unforunately have W2's only for 2000 and 2001. I don't have W2's for 1998 and 1999. I was on bench for 2002.

Shall I just tell them the truth and provide W2's for only 2 years? With 2 years of experience, my score is 71. My concern is that I had initiallly told them I was working in all these years and now the only income verifiable thru W2s are for 2 years. Plus, I was on bench for a year and with a H1 status, one cannot do that.

Please advise me how to tackle this problem or shall I just withdraw my application?

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Old Jun 4th 2004, 4:05 am
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That means you were not working and you lied in your application. And you broke US law as well. Try to tell the truth this time and hope for the best.


Originally posted by nukeclear
Hi,

I had filed my PR case with Buffalo consulate in March 2002. They have waived interview but have requested me to submit the W2's from 1998-2002. I had told them that I was working during these years on H1 visa. I unforunately have W2's only for 2000 and 2001. I don't have W2's for 1998 and 1999. I was on bench for 2002.

Shall I just tell them the truth and provide W2's for only 2 years? With 2 years of experience, my score is 71. My concern is that I had initiallly told them I was working in all these years and now the only income verifiable thru W2s are for 2 years. Plus, I was on bench for a year and with a H1 status, one cannot do that.

Please advise me how to tackle this problem or shall I just withdraw my application?

Regards
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Old Jun 4th 2004, 4:21 am
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Thanks Mr. Miller.

If the case is rejected and my wife files a new application as a principal applicant, would my old case have any impact on the new one?

Thanks again.
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Originally posted by nukeclear
Thanks Mr. Miller.

If the case is rejected and my wife files a new application as a principal applicant, would my old case have any impact on the new one?

Thanks again.
what do you think?

as andrew said... send them what they are asking for and start praying... i hear the waiting list for god answering prayers these days has reduced substantially...
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Old Jun 4th 2004, 4:38 am
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If you're missing W2 from year 1998 and 1999 you could always get it again from your employer. But if you didn't work at all during 1998 and 1999, then that's a whole different story.

Originally posted by nukeclear
Hi,

I had filed my PR case with Buffalo consulate in March 2002. They have waived interview but have requested me to submit the W2's from 1998-2002. I had told them that I was working during these years on H1 visa. I unforunately have W2's only for 2000 and 2001. I don't have W2's for 1998 and 1999. I was on bench for 2002.

Shall I just tell them the truth and provide W2's for only 2 years? With 2 years of experience, my score is 71. My concern is that I had initiallly told them I was working in all these years and now the only income verifiable thru W2s are for 2 years. Plus, I was on bench for a year and with a H1 status, one cannot do that.

Please advise me how to tackle this problem or shall I just withdraw my application?

Regards
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Originally posted by Andrew Miller
That means you were not working and you lied in your application. And you broke US law as well. Try to tell the truth this time and hope for the best.

I respectfully disagree. Sometimes there is a fine line between plain lying and "bending" the truth a little bit. If you agree that you lied you are screwed.

NukeClear should manage to cover the discrepancy up somehow. You know there are plenty of ways. If you can't think of any you should hire an attorney as they can take care of that.

Good Luck.
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Hi PK

Originally posted by prodigyking
I respectfully disagree. Sometimes there is a fine line between plain lying and "bending" the truth a little bit. If you agree that you lied you are screwed.

NukeClear should manage to cover the discrepancy up somehow. You know there are plenty of ways. If you can't think of any you should hire an attorney as they can take care of that.

Good Luck.
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Bending the truth? Come on, the guy claimed in his application that he was working for 3 years, when he wasn't, this inflated his point score. Do you think that CIC is going to say, he wasn't lying and give him the benefit of the doubt. Now you are conselling him to "cover the discrepancy"

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Originally posted by prodigyking
I respectfully disagree. Sometimes there is a fine line between plain lying and "bending" the truth a little bit. If you agree that you lied you are screwed.

NukeClear should manage to cover the discrepancy up somehow. You know there are plenty of ways. If you can't think of any you should hire an attorney as they can take care of that.

Good Luck.
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dude... there is no fine line here... the guy claimed points for work experience when he wasnt gainfully employed... he lied...
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