Sponsorship and sponsorship support for immigration.

Sponsorship and sponsorship support for immigration.
To get a green card for family immigration, it is very important to have the support of a guarantor. Whether it’s a marriage or the transfer of a parent, brother or sister to the United States: every potential immigrant based on relocation to family ties must have a financial sponsor who is entrusted to the state, which, if necessary, will help the immigrant to reimburse the expenses with which will face. In simple words, he will vouch for the newcomer to the US government, which makes a decision to grant the immigrant the status of a resident.
For example, Olga from the state of Georgia, ten years ago married an American and moved to the US with the bail of her husband. Later, she herself obtained citizenship and was able to become a sponsor for her mother and brother.
Since the sponsor is financially responsible for the immigrant, his income or savings must meet certain requirements. The sponsor can become a citizen of America, whose income is 125% of the established level of poverty of the Department of Health and Human Services, considering all members of the sponsor’s family, including the future immigrant.
For example, John of California is planning to marry Olesya from Russia. John should become a sponsor of Olesya, while he is also in charge of a son and daughter from a previous marriage. John needs to show income that corresponds to 125% of the poverty level for a family of four.
Confirmation of financial solvency can be not only a certificate of work on the income of the guarantor, but also documents confirming the presence of the sponsor assets: real estate, stocks, bonds and other valuables that can be quickly converted into cash without damaging the position of the sponsor. It is important to take into account that the future sponsor will need to provide certificates on asset valuation, and their total cost should exceed the amount required for confirmation at least five times. The availability of assets does not guarantee a positive decision on the part of the state, since the calculations will take into account not only the proceeds and assets of the guarantor, but also his debt obligations.
In the event that the conditions of the applicant signing the application for sponsorship do not meet the established financial requirements, it is possible to attract a joint sponsor (co-sponsor), which does not have to be a relative of the applicant, but must also be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States.
For example, Anna is a housewife from Florida. She intercedes for her mother in front of the US state. Anna does not have a proven income and assets, so she, as the main sponsor who does not meet the financial requirements, has attracted her husband Michael as a co-sponsor. Anna’s husband can not be the only main sponsor, since she has no kinship with Anna’s mother, so Anna signs the petition as the main guarantor, and Michael as an additional, although he is the only one who can prove a stable income.
List of necessary documents for the sponsor and co-sponsor:
Documents confirming citizenship or permanent resident status (US passport, birth certificate in the US, certificate of naturalization, certificate of citizenship, a copy of the green card); Tax return for the last reporting period; The corresponding forms are W-2, 1099 and / or K-1; Letter from the employer, confirming and describing the employment of the sponsor (if the sponsor is an employee); Letter from the employer about the current income of the sponsor.
Confirming their intentions, the sponsor and the joint guarantor should understand that by signing it they conclude an agreement with the US government. This long-term contract will cease to be valid only if a foreign citizen receives US citizenship, works 40 working quarters (approximately 10 years of work in the US), permanently leaves the US or in case of death.
To get a green card for family immigration, it is very important to have the support of a guarantor. Whether it’s a marriage or the transfer of a parent, brother or sister to the United States: every potential immigrant based on relocation to family ties must have a financial sponsor who is entrusted to the state, which, if necessary, will help the immigrant to reimburse the expenses with which to be [& hellip;]