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I am a US citizen, my fiance lives in India and we are marrying in India on April 11th this year.  I was looking through the forms I will need to submit after I return to the US, and I noticed it asks for tax forms for the last 3 years.  Here is my concern:

I was in a car accident in 2001, and I did not work for the first 22 months due to injuries (but I received some unemployment).  When I returned to work in October 2003, I was only able to work part time because of the injuries.  I have now been working full time since March 2005.  Since I have to submit those tax forms, how will this effect my applying for his immigration? Thanks.

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If you did not report taxes or did not report sufficient income, you will need a frind or relative to also fill out an I-864. They must submit their job letter, 3 years taxes and proof of being a citizen or green card holder. They must make enoughtfor their household plus your fiance. The amount is 125% of the poverty guideline for 2006,


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