Can I print my W2s from this website from previous years?

My husband and I are applying for his citizenship and the government needs my tax returns with previous W2s. I can't figure out how to print it or even go back and access that information.
I just need my W2's from 2011 and I efiled last year.

ANY HELP IS APPRECIATED!

Thank you.
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    TurboTax does not have copies of your W2's, just the information that was entered or imported.  You would have to ask the payroll department for another copy of your W2.  You can get W2 information from the IRS but I don't know if that will help you, see the following for information
    http://www.irs.gov/taxtopics/tc159.html

    You can print a copy of your prior year return(s), see

    http://turbotax.intuit.com/support/iq/Copy-of-Return/Access-2011-or-Earlier-Tax-Returns/GEN12469.html

     

    You need the exact UserID you used to prepare your prior years return, you can get a list of your UserID's by your email address

    https://turbotax.intuit.com/commerce/account/secure/forgot_login.jsp

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