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ODOOL (Visitor)

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USCIS 9 Years, 2 Months ago  
I have an issue. My wife has been delinquent in her payments to the IRS for the last 2 years (which occurred before our marriage), and things are not great between us right now. Im not sure if she's telling me the whole story about her employment because to this day I still dont have her unemployment 1099, she keeps making excuses about it.

At this point aI think we might be divorcing in the next few months or maybe next year.

I will be filing a separate return for myself this time. My lawyer said is perfectly fine to file separately. So am not sure if I should avoid filing her tax return or file it even thou it will be incomplete.

i am concerned that:

A) the lack of filing could damage my petition
filing her tax return,in the midst of such unfriendly environment, but not divorced, could in the future weaken my case if I need to continue my case/petition without her support.

Is a pretty ugly picture, she's been cheating on me but I have to keep pretending is not happening because am waiting for the removal of conditions.

So I guess my big question is how much access does UCIS have to the IRS files.
 
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Re:USCIS 9 Years, 1 Month ago  
The IRS doesnt share information with other agencies. Thety are separate and discrete agencies with no overlap. I would worry about that.
 
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ODOOL wrote:
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I have an issue. My wife has been delinquent in her payments to the IRS for the last 2 years (which occurred before our marriage), and things are not great between us right now. Im not sure if she's telling me the whole story about her employment because to this day I still dont have her unemployment 1099, she keeps making excuses about it.

At this point aI think we might be divorcing in the next few months or maybe next year.

I will be filing a separate return for myself this time. My lawyer said is perfectly fine to file separately. So am not sure if I should avoid filing her tax return or file it even thou it will be incomplete.

i am concerned that:

A) the lack of filing could damage my petition
B) filing her tax return,in the midst of such unfriendly environment, but not divorced, could in the future weaken my case if I need to continue my case/petition without her support.

Is a pretty ugly picture, she's been cheating on me but I have to keep pretending is not happening because am waiting for the removal of conditions.

So I guess my big question is how much access does UCIS have to the IRS files.

Thanks you for the post.
 
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