The US Department of Homeland Security begins the application process for this week parole Humanitarian permits, known as humanitarian permits, for 24,000 Venezuelans.
Applicants and their sponsors should be aware of the steps required to apply for this new parole filling up Form I-134, financial aid detailsIn accordance with the instructions disclosed by the North American Federal Government.
you have to fill it online Who wants to sponsor potential beneficiaries from the US. That form, individually, must include the full name and information of each beneficiary, that is, an I-134 form for each, even if they are minors.
Create an Account with USCIS
To complete Form I-134, the sponsor must create a personal account on the USCIS website, which will be required prior to beginning the registration process. You must have a personal email address to comply with the process.
Then, while entering the data in the account, several boxes will appear at the bottom and there, the option of “Fill a form online” is clearly visible.
Adobe Reader is recommended
To view, print, or fill out Form I-134, the U.S. government recommends having the latest version of Adobe Reader. This program can be downloaded for free online at this address,
What if I don’t have internet?
If you do not have access to the Internet, it is also possible to fill out Form I-134 in writing in its printed version. To do this, you must call the USCIS Support Center at +1 (800) 375-5283 to have it sent to the address specified by the applicant/sponsor. Telephone service operates in both English and Spanish.
Eight Volumes on the Web
The I-134 form has eight sections. The first is basic information about the immigration program. Then, the sponsor’s data and financial specifications are entered, with the subsequent beneficiary (one at a time) doing the same.
Next, the form should include “evidence of economic solvency”, additional information, and finally, the option to review the entered information before sending it.
The first step is to select the box to indicate who is filing the return: The first is for the beneficiary; Second, if it’s the sponsor.
The second part is beneficiary information: your legal name as listed on your birth certificate or name change document; date of birth; gender; Your immigration registration number issued by USCIS or the Department of Homeland Security; birth place; Country of Nationality; marital status; physical address of residence; the “expected” date of start and end of stay in the United States; Income to be received by the beneficiary (may be written “0$” if no income will be received).
In addition, it is necessary to specify the assets that will be available to the beneficiary in the anticipated period of their status. In that section, only assets that can be converted into cash within 12 months and that will be used to support the beneficiary while in the United States should be included.
The total assets of the beneficiary’s household can be included as such. The net worth of the beneficiary’s vehicle cannot be recorded unless he has more than one, nor is the property of the person who will support the applicant.
The sponsor must have “adequate financial resources”
USCIS specifies that the sponsor must have “sufficient financial resources or financial support to pay for the expenses during the temporary stay” of that applicant.
The sponsor must provide “evidence” to the US federal government that it has that financial potential. The absence of these tests is a relevant negative factor that can lead to a denial of human permission.
USCIS, however, warns In its instructions on Form I-134 that “a beneficiary may offer it in his own name”.
Individuals who agree to provide assistance to a beneficiary of the new Migration Scheme to Venezuela must include their full legal name; Your immigration file identification number; Your immigration status (proof must be attached); and goods, in the same terms of the section dedicated to the information of the potential beneficiary.
Each detail on Form I-134 must be properly signed and submitted. USCIS will not accept a name stamped or written in place of a signature. The instructions state that a legal guardian can sign on behalf of a mentally challenged person.
If the petition is not signed or the signature is invalid, USCIS will reject the petition.
Filing Form I-134 is free.
Possible appointment for biometric services
USCIS may require an applicant for an interview appointment or to provide their biometric records (fingerprint, photograph and signature) at any time to verify their identity, obtain additional information and perform background and security checks, including Verification will include verification of your criminal history information by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) before making any decision on the application.
USCIS will advise on the need for an appointment for biometric services, which will be determined after the petition is received and ensure that it is completed. It will be the reliance that determines the interview address within the US or, if abroad, the declarant will be instructed how to contact an embassy, consulate or USCIS office to arrange an appointment.
At the time of appointment, an oath must be signed to confirm that you have provided or authorized all information in that request, have reviewed and understood all that data and that all information is complete, true and correct when entering it. Was.
Originals or copies?
USCIS authorizes the submission of legible photocopies of legal documents, unless the instructions specifically state that they must be originals. The request for original documents can happen at any point in the process.
Types of “Evidence”
To show that the United States has sufficient income or financial resources to support the beneficiary or himself the following must be submitted: a statement from a bank agent or financial institution with deposits, identifying the date of account opening, total Last year’s deposit and your current balance; a statement from your employer specifying the date and nature of employment, salary and whether the position is temporary or permanent; A copy of the tax return from the federal government, or a list containing the number and denomination of bonds, if available.
for more information
Sponsors or beneficiaries of the new immigration plan for Venezuela can send a message from their USCIS accounts or they can request technical assistance. in this direction USCIS website. Also, it can clear doubts on this page,
For more information on how to fill out Form I-134, Check USCIS Instructions Online (In English),
For more information about the program parole For Venezuela, see USCIS page.
This report is for informational purposes only. Voice of America does not provide advice on immigration issues or legal or legal advice.
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