Who is eligible to sponsor an immigrant? All sponsors must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents, be at least 18 years old, and be living in the United States (including territories and possessions) when they file the affidavit of support.
What happens when you sponsor immigration? If you are sponsoring someone for a family based green card (U.S. lawful permanent residence) you will, in most cases, need to fill out an Affidavit of Support for that person. This is ordinarily done using Form I-864, published (and available for free download) by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
What is a sponsored immigrant in Canada? What is sponsorship? Sponsorship is a part of the Canadian immigration system that allows individuals to come to Canada under the Family Class of immigration. It is a way to reunite family members in Canada who have been living in separate countries and enable those family members to attain permanent resident status.
Can you sponsor an immigrant to the US? Financially sponsor him
If a person seeks to enter the U.S. through a family member, the person entering the U.S. must have a financial sponsor. U.S. law requires a financial sponsor so that non-citizens in the U.S. won’t become public charges, dependent on government assistance for financial support.