Skip to main content

USCIS proposes revisions to Form I-134, Declaration of Financial Support

  1. Date Announced

    Sept. 29, 2020

    USCIS requests comments on proposed substantive and non-substantive revisions to Form I-134, Declaration of Financial Support. The name of the form will be changed from “Affidavit of Support” to “Declaration of Financial Support” to avoid confusion with Form I-864. In addition, USCIS proposes to add new questions relating to the beneficiary's financial information and to expand the statement and certification sections, among other things. USCIS is proposing that certain individuals applying for parole based on urgent humanitarian reasons or significant public benefit filed on Form I-131, Application for Travel Document, must submit Form I-134 with Form I-131. The Form I-134 may also be filed on behalf of a B, F, or M nonimmigrant requesting extension of stay or change of status. [ID #1074]

    View Policy Document View Policy Document View Policy Document
  3. Subsequent Action

    December 23, 2020

    USCIS announced it will be submitting the following information collection request to OMB for review and clearance and that the agency will allow for an additional 30 days for public comments. Comments are due January 22, 2021.

    Extended Public Comment Period
Status: Proposed
Agencies Affected: USCIS

Prior Policies

Subsequent Action

We require registration to leave feedback. You may either:

  • Sign in with your current user name and password.

  • Register if you don't have a user name and password.