I am living in USA on H1B VISA. I would like to sponsor B2 VISA for my parents and my brother. I am filling I-134 affidavit forms for them, there I have to specify the value of my insurance coverage along bank deposits and other income.

I have recently changed my employer. Though I am eligible for life insurance, I have not been enrolled for life insurance because of mistake from HR department.

If I specify I have no insurance on I-134 form, does it impact B2 VISA approval decision?

  • Form asks about life insurance and its cash value. Don't worry about it; just use zero (or whatever the instructions say to do). Not everyone has life insurance. – mkennedy May 21 '14 at 0:17
  • @mkennedy,Life Insurance. I have health Insurance – Babu May 21 '14 at 0:52
  • This really isn't a travel question - should be on expats at best. – Mark Mayo May 21 '14 at 7:14
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    @MarkMayo Afaik, B2 visas are for holidays, so why shouldn't it be a travel question? – RoflcoptrException May 21 '14 at 7:29
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    @RoflcoptrException ah, to me it was reading like he was living there and trying to get his parents to move out. Fair enough, I retract my close vote! – Mark Mayo May 21 '14 at 8:42

Opting for a life cover is completely up to the individual holding the work permit. It does not have any documented affect on the Affidavits of support (I-134) one submits to the USCIS

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