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    Umesh Passi: Thank you! I'll use that as a backup, in case I don't receive the certified copies.

    Quest: The DS-2000 is kind of an "extension" of the I-134. You'll find a link to it here: http://www.usembassy.org.uk/cons_web.../visaforms.htm

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    dumbass, what is DS-2000?

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  • Umesh Passi
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    To Polaris_x :
    It is not necessary that you wait for IRS extract of your Tax Returns. You can make photocopies of your tax returns alongwith W-2 and send alongwith I-134. It is upto you, if you want to wait till your receive certified copies from IRS.
    Good luck.

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    Thanks Umesh.

    Yeah, I sent them off and they were signed for on April 2, 2003. Still nothing though. I have a Fed-Ex letter (overnight) ready to go out tomorrow, telling them to get off their asses.

    Everyone who is filing an I-134 document, the IRS document you'll need to fill out is the "F4506" document. You can get it from http://www.irs.gov. You'll need to send $23 per copy per year.

    Dwaarf2, I'll email it to you. You can send it to Mt. Man. Tell him to get it in NOW because it's been 10 *******' weeks for me...

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  • Umesh Passi
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    Yes, you will have to include Tax Returns with I-134. You should call IRS also about Certified Copies of your Tax returns. IRS usually takes 3 - 4 weeks only to issue certified copies.
    Good luck.

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    Okay, I'm a dumbass, but I have a question on the I-134 and the DS-2000. I've read on the DS-2000 that I should supply a notarized copy of my last tax return. Yet, I just had a friend go through this, and he didn't supply any of that. He said that's if you're filing and you're self-employed. It worked for him, and I'm wondering if he's right with that.

    I have everything else done for the I-134 and DS-2000 requirements. Hell, I've even sent off the the IRS for certified copies of my tax returns (3 years worth). The thing is, I haven't received them yet (even though the requests were received in Ogden, Utah 10 weeks ago). Hopefully they'll come by next week, and it will be a moot point...LOL.

    So, the question is, for an I-129F visa, do I need to include copies of my tax return(s)? I have employment verification, bank verification (all notarized), etc.

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    I-134 and DS-2000 Question

    Okay, I'm a dumbass, but I have a question on the I-134 and the DS-2000. I've read on the DS-2000 that I should supply a notarized copy of my last tax return. Yet, I just had a friend go through this, and he didn't supply any of that. He said that's if you're filing and you're self-employed. It worked for him, and I'm wondering if he's right with that.

    I have everything else done for the I-134 and DS-2000 requirements. Hell, I've even sent off the the IRS for certified copies of my tax returns (3 years worth). The thing is, I haven't received them yet (even though the requests were received in Ogden, Utah 10 weeks ago). Hopefully they'll come by next week, and it will be a moot point...LOL.

    So, the question is, for an I-129F visa, do I need to include copies of my tax return(s)? I have employment verification, bank verification (all notarized), etc.
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