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Please... Somebody advice me I-134

Old Jan 6th 2003, 2:24 pm
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Hi all,

I have a question, do I need to provide copies of the tax returns directly from the IRS or can I use the copies of the one were filled and maybe get them notarized??

Please, I am running out of time and need some advice

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Old Jan 7th 2003, 12:44 am
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Hi all,

I have a question, do I need to provide copies of the tax returns directly from the IRS or can I use the copies of the one were filled and maybe get them notarized??

Please, I am running out of time and need some advice

Thanks

Regards,

Lizzie
We used copies of the Returns that I filled out notarized and then the W-2's from last 3 years. You can also request transcripts from the IRS. This shows that you filed. It takes a couple of weeks to get them. You also need the employment letter.
We didn't have problems with the I-134 in Canada.
I don't know what other copies of returns there are. I don't get much back from the IRS after sending the returns.
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Old Jan 7th 2003, 5:32 am
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You do not need anything notarized except the I-134 itself (the sworn statement at the bottom). I photocopied the returns I sent to IRS as well as my W-2's. I also included only a letter of employment and a statement from the bank with my balance and opening date (not the 1 year of deposits as requested in the I-134 instructions). I did not include any other financial docs as my income is sufficient. Islamabad had no problems with my packet.

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Originally posted by lizzie1977
Hi all,

I have a question, do I need to provide copies of the tax returns directly from the IRS or can I use the copies of the one were filled and maybe get them notarized??

Please, I am running out of time and need some advice

Thanks

Regards,

Lizzie
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Old Jan 7th 2003, 5:57 am
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Default Re: Please... Somebody advice me I-134

Thanks Osaeed

Thats what I am doing right now , and translating the tax returns using the forms in english.

I am just waiting to get back to US to send it to my husband and also we are still waiting for Packet 3 to get into his hands.

Thanks again for all you advice and help

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Old Aug 25th 2003, 12:26 am
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Who notarizes the I-134? My notary or the Consulates notary?

I noticed the fee for getting something notarized in London was $55. I can get it for free, soooooooooo..........

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Any notary will do. So if you find one for free, all the better!

Good luck.

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You do not need anything notarized except the I-134 itself (the sworn statement at the bottom). I photocopied the returns I sent to IRS as well as my W-2's. I also included only a letter of employment and a statement from the bank with my balance and opening date (not the 1 year of deposits as requested in the I-134 instructions). I did not include any other financial docs as my income is sufficient. Islamabad had no problems with my packet.

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Are all those documents required for the I-134 (tax returns, bank statements, employer letter) or is one type sufficient? And do they ask for 3 years of tax returns or just one year?
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Old Aug 25th 2003, 6:12 am
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I think its best to check with each embassy as they vary as to what they require. London seem happy with 2 of the requirments. I'm not sure about how long they require the tax returns for, one or three?
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If you're self employed it's usually 3 years. Check the London Consulate website. It's very informative.
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