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I-134A Attorneys Helping Sponsors And Immigrants With The Humanitarian Parole Process

If you are a national of Cuba, Nicaragua, Hati, Venezuela or Ukraine, and want to enter the United States, your parole application may require a sworn statement of support or a Form I-134A completed by an eligible sponsor. These forms are often denied due to errors or missed details, derailing your plans and your opportunity to enter the U.S.

At Consumer Law Group, our experienced immigration attorneys can help you complete and file a Form I-134A, whether you are an applicant or a sponsor. With over 30 decades of combined experience, our English and Spanish-speaking lawyers know the immigration process inside and out. Out of our office in Chicago, we help clients nationwide.

What Is Form I-134A?

A Form I-34A is a written statement given by a sponsor in the U.S. who will sponsor a parole applicant wishing to come to the U.S. The form acts as a legal contract between the sponsor and the United States government, ensuring that the applicant will have the financial support necessary to avoid becoming a liability to the U.S. government.

The Form I-134A Process

The sponsor must provide evidence of their financial resources and stability, including a bank statement, a copy of their latest federal income tax return and a signed letter from their employer with supporting information. The sponsor must send the completed form to the prospective foreign applicant. The applicant will then submit the form to Custom and Border Protection with their parole request.

Who Can Sponsor An Individual For I-134A?

A sponsor can be a natural U.S. citizen or a green card holder. They must also show that they have the necessary income to support their own family and the visitor they are sponsoring through bank statements, tax returns and a letter from their employer.

Who Is Eligible For Humanitarian Parole?

Humanitarian parole allows an immigrant to temporarily enter the United States for urgent humanitarian reasons. Nationals of Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, Venezuela and Ukraine are eligible under specific programs so long as they have a sponsor in the United States supporting them. To apply, you must complete and file Form I-131 and Form I-134, supporting documents and a filing fee to USCIS.

Don’t Risk A Mistake On Your Form I-134A

Don’t risk the denial of your visa or humanitarian parole application. We can help you get it right the first time. Contact us today at 312-766-7777 or use our online form to schedule a consultation with an experienced immigration attorney. We offer virtual consultations and paperless forms for your convenience.