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  • URGENT HELP WITH ADVISE NOW!!!!

    thank you
    AOS from F1 "overstay" to
    Sept.2004 Got hitched
    10/03/06 AOS packet mailed
    10.09.06 recieved
    10.16.06 Recieved NOAs
    10.18.06 all Touched
    10.19.06 I 765 Touched and Medical mailed
    10.24.06 recieved biometrics letter
    10.26.06 I 130 touched
    10.

  • #2
    thank you
    AOS from F1 "overstay" to
    Sept.2004 Got hitched
    10/03/06 AOS packet mailed
    10.09.06 recieved
    10.16.06 Recieved NOAs
    10.18.06 all Touched
    10.19.06 I 765 Touched and Medical mailed
    10.24.06 recieved biometrics letter
    10.26.06 I 130 touched
    10.

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    • #3
      You didn't goof. You committed tax fraud, one of those offenses that can land you both in jail and you deported. (Remember Al Capone? He went to prison not for murders and other crimes he committed, but for tax evasion).

      He must file amended return. At any rate, you should consult an attorney to clean up this mess.

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      • #4
        How could someone be so dumb as not to claim "married" because "name hasn't changed"?
        There are great many people who don't change names after marriage, are they all ineligible to file as "married"?

        Once you OFFICIALLY MARRIED (that is: HAVING AN OFFICIAL CERTIFICATE OF MARRIAGE), you can file as married.

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        • #5
          WHAT IS AN AMENDED RETURN?
          AOS from F1 "overstay" to
          Sept.2004 Got hitched
          10/03/06 AOS packet mailed
          10.09.06 recieved
          10.16.06 Recieved NOAs
          10.18.06 all Touched
          10.19.06 I 765 Touched and Medical mailed
          10.24.06 recieved biometrics letter
          10.26.06 I 130 touched
          10.

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          • #6
            a tax return that is re-filed to change details on the original one (amended).

            You can only amend only one of the last 3 year's returns eg at this point only 2005, 2004 and 2003.

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            • #7
              Ask accountants.
              I beleive , as apparent from wording, it's an act of amending(changing) your tax return.

              P.S. Aibolit is right, BTW.
              One should never file "single" if one is officially married, and this could be a serious issue if you did.

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              • #8
                so do u think filing for an amendment will fix this mess?I spoke to an irs rep. and the advised me to file a 1040X form?
                AOS from F1 "overstay" to
                Sept.2004 Got hitched
                10/03/06 AOS packet mailed
                10.09.06 recieved
                10.16.06 Recieved NOAs
                10.18.06 all Touched
                10.19.06 I 765 Touched and Medical mailed
                10.24.06 recieved biometrics letter
                10.26.06 I 130 touched
                10.

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                • #9
                  Do what IRS rep. told you to do.

                  Good Luck,
                  IE

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                  • #10
                    I spoke to an irs rep. and the advised me to file a 1040X form
                    That's correct. 1040X is an amended return. All forms are available at www.irs.gov

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                    • #11
                      What the **** kind of tax place was it? I want to make a mental note never to go there!
                      The above is simply an opinion. Your mileage may vary. For immigration issues, please consult an immigration attorney.

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                      • #12
                        I will just tell you to try and attach copies of the erroneous 1040 when you send it in.

                        Go ahead and file the 1040X asap!

                        Remember to refile the state taxes revision as well.

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                        • #13
                          For fraud to exist there has to be evidence of damages caused to the party who acted upon a misrepresentation of a material fact. If the amount of taxes the person paid is equal to or more than the amount the person "should have paid", no fraud can be charged. If your husband claimed you as a dependent to get a juicier refund or to pay less taxes, then the IRS could charge him with fraud.
                          This is nothing a 1040X can't fix.
                          This is not legal advice, contact an attorney if you need legal help.

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                          • #14
                            Houston is rather correct.

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