Am I exempt from filing Federal Income Tax Return?

how to be exempt from federal tax

For the past three to four years, I haven't filed a Federal Income Tax Return because I'm dependent on my parents. I got married about 3 months ago, so how would I provide evidence as to why I'm exempt from filing a Federal Income Tax Return in the past few years?

Update: I need to prove it because it's required for form I-864 that I'm currently filing.

Update 2: I'm currently trying to sponsor my wife since I'm the U.S. resident and she is the immigrant. However I don't have the income to support her, so we have a joint sponsor who is filling out the I-864 form as well. The requirement in the form states: If you were not required to file a Federal income tax.

show more I'm currently trying to sponsor my wife since I'm the U.S. resident and she is the immigrant. However I don't have the income to support her, so we have a joint sponsor who is filling out the I-864 form as well. The requirement in the form states:

Answers

Best Answer: If you had $0 income, you didn't need to file. If you have an ITIN or SSN, use IRS form 4506-T to request "verification of non-filing letter." That's your proof.

If you are not a US person and made even $1 of income, as a dependent, you would have had a filing requirement.

(The I-864 form is a sponsor form. Is someone sponsoring you or is it you trying to sponsor someone else?)

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