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I-134 for B2-Visa?

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Hi guys!

my parents live in austria (they need a visa because they are not austrian citzens) and are wanting to come visit! I am married to a US citizen and currently have my conditional greencard. my parents make enough money to support themselves and my mom has previously been issued a vistors visa for mexico in 2005. my question is whether i need to fill out a I-134 for them to take to their interview? i am not going to be paying for their trip or any of their expenses. on another note, is there anything my wife and i can do/send them to support their application once they attend their interview? frankly, my wife and i are both making minimum wage right now but im thinking maybe we could send them a letter of invitation to support the application or would that be pointless? both my parents have strong ties to austria and have lived there for 30 years. my dad has an apartment in his name, they have a couple of bank accounts, they are both working, etc. really appreciate the help.

thank you guys.

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Timeline

Hi guys!

my parents live in austria (they need a visa because they are not austrian citzens) and are wanting to come visit! I am married to a US citizen and currently have my conditional greencard. my parents make enough money to support themselves and my mom has previously been issued a vistors visa for mexico in 2005. my question is whether i need to fill out a I-134 for them to take to their interview? i am not going to be paying for their trip or any of their expenses. on another note, is there anything my wife and i can do/send them to support their application once they attend their interview? frankly, my wife and i are both making minimum wage right now but im thinking maybe we could send them a letter of invitation to support the application or would that be pointless? both my parents have strong ties to austria and have lived there for 30 years. my dad has an apartment in his name, they have a couple of bank accounts, they are both working, etc. really appreciate the help.

thank you guys.

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