FORM I-134, Declaration of Financial Support
During the visa interview, applicants will be required to present evidence that they are not likely to become a public charge in the United States. Applicants may present evidence that a sponsor – the applicant, their U.S. citizen fiancé(e), or another sponsor in the United States – is able to financially support the visa applicant. Such as:
Proof of Sponsor’s Funds
Note: If the financial resources are derived from a source outside the United States, a statement as to how the funds or income are to be transferred to the United States must be provided.
Proof of Sponsor’s Employment
The Consular Officer may request that Form I-134, Declaration of Financial Support, be submitted by the visa applicant, the petitioning U.S. citizen fiancé(e), or a sponsor in the United States. In these cases, submit two or more items from the list above.
The visa applicant can present these financial documents at the applicant’s visa interview. If the U.S. citizen sponsor does not wish the person to see Form I-134 and/or the evidence of financial support documents, you may mail it directly to the Embassy or Consulate with a cover letter giving the applicant’s full name, date and place of birth, and case number.