Form I-134A is a document used by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to determine the financial eligibility of a U.S. sponsor for supporting an intending immigrant. This form acts as a legally binding declaration of the sponsor's commitment to provide financial support to the immigrant, ensuring that they do not become a public charge in the U.S.
The form requires the sponsor to furnish information about their employment, income, assets, and other financial information to demonstrate their ability to support the immigrant. Submitting Form I-134A is a crucial step in the visa application process for certain types of visas, such as family-based visas, and helps to demonstrate the sponsor's financial stability and responsibility.
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