During the visa interview, applicants will be required to present evidence that they will not become a public charge in the United States. You may present evidence that you are able to financially support yourself or that your U.S. citizen fiancé(e) is able to provide support. The Consular Officer may request that a Form I-134, Affidavit of Support, be submitted by the U.S. citizen fiancé(e).
Affidavit of Support
Persons in the U.S. who wish to furnish sponsorship in the form of an affidavit of support for a fiancé(e) visa applicant or for an immigrant visa applicant who is not required to have the I-864, should use Form I-134 which is available from the USCIS website.
To substantiate the information regarding income and resources the sponsor should attached two or more of the following items to the affidavit:
The affidavit of support should be given to the applicant to present on the day of his/her visa interview. If you do not wish the person to see this affidavit, it may be sent directly to the Embassy/Consulate with a cover letter giving the applicant’s full name, date and place of birth and case number.
An applicant relying on an offer of prearranged employment to meet the public charge provisions of the law should have the prospective employer submit a notarized letter of employment on letterhead stationary of the employing business. The letter should:
Applicant’s Own Funds
An applicant who expects to be able to meet the public charge provisions of the law through personal financial resources may submit to the consular officer evidence of funds or income from one or more of the following sources:
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.