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The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCISfor its acronym in English) reported that Venezuelans, cubans, Nicaraguans either Haitians that they try to cross the border illegally, they will be expelled to Mexico and will not be able to participate in the program I-134A.
The USCIS recalled that, since the past of January 6ththe presentation of Form I-134A (Online Application to Become a Support Person) should be done in line via Internet.
The form I-134A must be filled out by a person who legally resides in USA; however, in case the beneficiary crosses the border illegally, he will be expelled to Mexico “immediately” and you will no longer be able to participate in the program.
“Citizens of Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua and Venezuela who qualify must follow the online process to request prior authorization to travel to the United States. Those who enter the United States, Mexico or Panama without authorization will not be eligible for these processes.
What is Form I-134A?
The form I-134A consists of a application to financially support a citizen of UkraineVenezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua or of Haiti who intends to enter USA legally, under advanced authorization to travel to the country for reasons humanitarian urgent either significant public benefit.
The qualified beneficiaries that are outside USA may be eligible to participate in the program, as long as they meet the following requirements:
- Have a supporter in the United States.
- Undergo and pass a robust security investigation.
- Meet other eligibility criteria.
After the above, we will proceed to review the information of the sponsor to make sure you can support financially to the beneficiaries you agree to support.
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services reminded that the first step to be eligible for this program is that the sponsorwho resides in USApresent a form I-134A for each beneficiary you intend to support, including minors.