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How can you become a sponsor for an adult immigrant?

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2005-10-31 21:01:22
2005-10-31 21:01:22

You can sponsor him thru employment. In other words, you have to hire them to work for you. I am not sure if you can just bring them under some other type of visa and that only requires you to pay all his/her livings expenses without working for you, but there may be. You better check with the USCIS or an immigration attorney.

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