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If a US citizen or a US legal Permanent Resident is providing a US diversity visa lottery winner an I-134, could that person, in the future, provide another I-134 for a different person who's trying to immigrate to the US? And are there any down sides to giving someone an I-134 like someone's PR getting revoked (other than being liable for government aid the immigrant could take)?

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  • "other than being liable for government aid the immigrant could take" I want to point out that the I-134 is not legally binding, and does not give you any liability for anything the immigrant does.
    – user102008
    Aug 19 '21 at 15:17
  • Thanks, does that mean there's no downside to giving someone an I-134?
    – c00der
    Aug 19 '21 at 15:53
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[C]ould that person, in the future, provide another I-134 for a different person who's trying to immigrate to the US?

According to the Instructions for Form I-134 (PDF, 371.05 KB)

If you are sponsoring more than one foreign national, you must submit a separate Form I-134 for each foreign national.

There is no mention, that I can see, prohibiting future applications.

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    Look at questions 22 to 25 on the I-134--it's explicitly asking about previous I-134s and has space for two of them. If you couldn't file multiple petitions there would be no point in the form having blanks for listing more than one. Aug 19 '21 at 15:29
  • @Loren Pechtel Good spot, you should post that as an answer.
    – Rick
    Aug 19 '21 at 15:41
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Look at questions 22 to 25 on the I-134--it's explicitly asking about previous I-134s and has space for two of them. If you couldn't file multiple petitions there would be no point in the form having blanks for listing more than one.

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