- The form should be printed back to back on one single page.
- Only one form required for one family (example: inviting parents). No need of separate form if inviting parents or in-laws.
NoteNo need to notarized
Following are the general guidelines to fill this form. Depends on individual’s status and circumstances, the information to be filled may vary. This is provided to you as a convenience and basic guidelines. Please must provide the information most appropriate in your case.
|Start of the form||Your Name and current US residence address.|
|Question 1||Your Date of birth in Month/day/year format|
|Question 2||Your age in completed years example : 32 , and date since when you are residing in USA ( the date format would be MM/DD/YYYY)|
|Question 3||Information about the applicant person/family you are sponsoring.|
Provide full name as per the passport in the applicant if visitor.
|Question 4|| |
|Question 5||Names of dependents of your immediate family ( Spouse and Child). If your spouse is not working, you should check ‘Wholly Dependent’. If your spouse is working, you should check ‘Partially Dependent’.|
|Question 6||If you have submitted affidavit of support Form (I-134) for anyone before, write the names and dates here.|
If submitted more then 2 just provide the latest last 2.
Provide the approximate date if you don’t remember the exact date.
|Question 7||This question is only for US Citizen who filed family based immigrant sponsorships( Green Card) form I130.|
For a non-immigrant visa holder ( like H1, L1 etc) or GC holder this question is logically not applicable so write None or N/A.
|Question 8||You should check the box ‘I intend’.|
You should also write ‘I will take care of all the expenses including travel, lodging, boarding, food, medicare and all other expenses during their stay with me in USA.
|Sign and Date|
- Take a photocopy for your record.
- Must provide accurate and correct information.
- Must fill it up cleanly.
- Make sure that the its not too old when you send it to the applicant, usually more then 2 months old’s are not considered by authorities.
- If you have questions or confusion, ask in our discussion forum.