What should I include with Form I-134?

What should I include with Form I-134?

Form I-134 Process

  • Personal details of the sponsor, including address and social security number.
  • Proof of your U.S. citizenship or green card status.
  • Information about the visa applicant, known in the form as the “beneficiary.” This will include address, nationality information, and spousal information.

Does Form I-134 need to be notarized?

You, as the sponsor, must sign your full name on the form. NOTE: Signing Form I-134 is under penalty of perjury under U.S. law. For this reason, it is not necessary to sign Form I-134 before a notary, or to have your signature notarized after you sign it. USCIS provides forms free of charge through the USCIS Web site.

Can I-134 be scanned?

USCIS will consider a photocopied, faxed, or scanned copy of the original handwritten signature valid for filing purposes. The photocopy, fax, or scan must be of the original document containing the handwritten ink signature. Filing Fee. There is no filing fee to file Form I-134.

What documents do I need to sponsor a visitor?

Documents required for visit visa

  • Completed application form.
  • Copy of the sponsor’s passport and family member’s passport.
  • Photo of the family member.
  • If sponsoring a spouse, a marriage contract attested by Ministry of Foreign Affairs or UAE Embassy is required.

Can I sponsor someone for a tourist visa?

To sponsor a visitor, the supporter prepares Form I-134, Affidavit of Support. He or she must submit the I-134 affidavit, a letter of invitation, and supporting documents as evidence of their financial ability to bear the expenses of the trip.

Do you have to list assets on Form I-134?

If the income is sufficient for the Form I-134, the Department of State will not care about the citizen’s assets, so there’s no need to list each and every asset. The questions about assets become more important when the U.S. citizen’s income does not meet the Poverty Guidelines levels.

What is the income requirement for an I-134 Affidavit of support?

The most up-to-date income requirement can be found on form I-864P. The main benefit for the I-134 affidavit of support is that the sponsor only needs to meet 100% of the poverty guidelines. Compare this to the I-864 which requires the sponsor meet 125% of the poverty guidelines.

Do you need to fill out Form I-134 for a fiance visa?

If you are a U.S. citizen who will need to submit Form I-134 along as a part of a K visa application for a foreign fiancé, you can find more specific advice at Tips on Filling Out Form I-134 for the Fiance Visa.

How to send Form I-134 to a noncitizen?

Send the original Form I-134 to the noncitizen you intend to sponsor so that he or she can include it with his or her visa application or bring it to the U.S. consulate where he or she will apply for a tourist visa. Send the original form with your ink signature on it—the consulate might reject a form that has been faxed or emailed.