USCIS reports problems with the sponsor form

USCIS reports problems with the sponsor form

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) reported problems with the I-134 A “Online Application to Become a Spouse and Declaration of Financial Support.”

In a news release on the morning of October 12, the Department of Homeland Security said:

“USCIS is aware of the issue with completing the I-134A Certificate of Eligibility through myUSCIS. We appreciate your patience while our team works to resolve the issue.

Form I-134 A must be completed by persons intending to sponsor and sponsor a beneficiary and background checks as part of Union for Ukraine programs, humanitarian parole or family reunification processes for Cubans, Haitians, Nicaraguans, and Venezuelan nationals.

The immigration authority received many comments on the social network X (formerly Twitter). “Waiting for more than 275 days. It’s an amazing project, but with some flaws, we still see most applications coming from the first 3 months. I hope they fix that delay. The main thing is to keep it working,” said one user.

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