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If you submitted an I-134A for a beneficiary and never received a response, it is critical to know what factors may have caused the delays in the form you completed for your beneficiary. Understanding these reasons can help you better prepare and anticipate potential problems that may arise during the processing of your application. So let's look at these reasons in more detail to help you understand why your application may take longer than expected to process and approve.
Before you begin you should know several factors can delay the processing and approval of your I-134A form by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) take a long time. The most common reasons are as follows:
USCIS may experience an influx of applications during peak immigration periods, which can lead to increased backlogs and longer processing times. For example, USCIS may receive more I-134A applications after January as the number of sponsors submitting applications for their beneficiaries increases daily.
If the information provided on the I-134A form is incomplete, inaccurate, or inconsistent, USCIS may need to request additional information or clarification from the Sponsor. For example, if the Sponsor fails to attach a required supporting document, such as a tax return or bank statement, USCIS may ask the Sponsor to provide the missing document. This may delay the processing of the application or even lead to a denial.
USCIS conducts background checks on both the Sponsor and the Recipient to ensure that they meet the eligibility requirements. If the background check raises questions or issues, USCIS may require additional information or documentation, which may delay the processing of the application. For example, if the Sponsor has a criminal history or the Recipient has a medical condition that requires additional evaluation, USCIS may require additional information or documentation.
USCIS staff may make administrative errors when processing the i-134a form, which may result in delays in approval. For example, USCIS may misplace an application or fail to enter information correctly into their system, which may result in delays in processing.
If the Sponsor is not fluent in English, it may be difficult to complete the application accurately and provide all necessary documentation correctly. This may cause delays in processing your I-134A, and additional information may be requested to clarify your application.
It is important to note that each case is unique, and there may be other factors that could cause delays in processing an I-134A. If you are unsure about the status of your application, please feel free to contact USCIS directly if you have any questions or concerns about your application.
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