DHS form I-134A – Haitian, Cuban, Venezuelan, and Ukrainian nationals
Starting Jan 6th 2023, DHS has announced the process for individuals living in the United states seeking to sponsor immigrants that are of Haitian, Cuban, Venezuelan and Ukrainian to file form I-134A
The DHS Form I-134, also known as the Affidavit of Support, is a form that is used to demonstrate that the sponsor of an immigrant has the financial means to support the immigrant once they enter the United States. If you are sponsoring an immigrant and are looking to file this form, here is a guide on how to do it:
- Start by gathering all the necessary documents. You will need to provide proof of your income, such as pay stubs or tax returns. You may also need to provide proof of your assets, such as bank statements or property deeds.
- Next, visit the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website to obtain a copy of the DHS Form I-134A. You can either download the form online or request a paper copy to be mailed to you.
- Fill out the form carefully and accurately. Make sure to answer all the questions and provide all the required information. Be sure to sign and date the form.
- Submit the form along with the necessary supporting documents. You can either mail the completed form and documents to the appropriate USCIS address, or you can submit them in person at a local USCIS office.
- Wait for a response from USCIS. It may take several weeks or even months to receive a response. You can check the status of your application online or by calling the USCIS National Customer Service Center.
- If your application is approved, your immigrant will be scheduled for an interview with a USCIS officer. Make sure to prepare for this interview by gathering any additional documents that may be required and practicing your answers to potential questions.
- If the interview goes well and your immigrant is approved for a green card or other immigration benefit, they will receive their green card or other immigration benefit in the mail. Congratulations, you have successfully sponsored your immigrant!
Filing the DHS Form I-134A can be a complex process, but with careful preparation and attention to detail, you can successfully sponsor your immigrant. It is always a good idea to seek the assistance of an experienced immigration attorney if you have any questions or need help with the process.
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