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Old 11th December 2014, 10:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Jet Lag View Post

On your proof of when you or your wife arrived here, it seems to me that a photo copy of you ID page and entrance stamp of your passport should do it. {That's only a guess}
I think that you will only have to show the stamps should you be audited. I have never had to attach a photo of my visa stamps on my tax return.

Like Jet said, it would probably be worth it to contact someone at the embassy for help. They sometimes have an IRS person come for seminars also. Check on the embassy web page for any updates or outreaches.
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