Can undocumented immigrants get sponsored? There are a lot of requirements you must fulfill to legally sponsor anyone for a green card. First and foremost, you can only sponsor someone who is a direct family member by blood or marriage, or someone with a particular skill set who you intend to hire as an employee.
Can your employer help an illegal immigrant? Yes. If you are an undocumented worker who doesn’t work for the government, the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) protects your right to organize a union, elect a union, and collectively bargain with employers.
What are the requirements for a company to sponsor an immigrant? In order for employers to sponsor foreign workers, they must first show that no United States citizen, permanent resident, asylee, or refugee is available, qualified, or willing to accept the position.
How do illegal immigrants get sponsorship? To become a financial sponsor, you must file an I-864, or an Affidavit of Support. In this affidavit, you promise to support the non-citizen once the non-citizen enters the U.S. To be a financial sponsor, you must: Be a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident.