Please visit the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services website for accurate information on all immigration issues. USCIS, http://www.uscis.gov
A citizen of the United States or an organization or business can sponsor a person or family to live in the United States. The citizen must prove that he or she can provide financially for the immigrant until employment is secured.
As a US citizen, you can sponsor an alien for U.S. Green Card application for the the immediate relatives of a U.S. citizen, such as your wife. But as a convicted criminal, most likely you are in jail, with little or no income. So it is difficult for you to "sponsor" an alien financially. The USCIS Form I-864 - Affidavit of Support is required for family-sponsored immigration. An affidavit of support is a guarantee to U.S. government that an immigrant will not become a public charge. SO you may need a a co-sponsor for her financial sponsor for Form I-864 if needed.
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Any person with citizenship in any country may apply for immigration here easily if they have someone here to sponsor them, like a spouse, parent, family member, etc. Sponsorship does cost a somewhat large amount of money, but it almost always works in any situation.
The U.S. citizen can sponsor the wife and her unmarried kids. When she will become a citizen (3 year) she can sponsor:Unmarried child under 21 years of ageUnmarried son or daughter over 21Married son or daughter of any ageBrother or sister, if the sponsor is at least 21 years old, orParent, if the sponsor is at least 21 years old.
From what I understand, family class applications (spouse, dependent children) are considered differently than other applicants. Check Immigration Canada's website under Family class.
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A person born in the United States is automatically an American citizen. Although immigration officials could potentially take action against a citizen's family members who are in the country illegally, and each particular case varies, a citizen cannot be deported.
Whenever you either a) have a job offer in the US with a company that is willing to sponsor you. b) have a fiance or spouse that is willing to sponsor you. c) win the green card lottery (bear in mind some countries do not qualify for this lottery). d) have any immediate family ie: sister, mother, etc that is willing to sponsor you. All of these options require a mountain of time consuming paper workand more often than not they have about 50 different visa's for the same thing. It's usually best to look up all of the different visas available through US immigration and see which one fits your situation best. Or ask an immigration lawyer, sometimes the internet explanations get overwhelming and confusing.
As a US citizen, you can sponsor an alien for U.S. Green Card for the the immediate relatives of a U.S. citizen, such as: parents, spouses and children (who are unmarried and under 21 years of age) of a U.S. citizen. You can also sponsor married sons and daughters of U.S. citizens; and brothers/sisters of U.S. citizens, including their spouses and their minor children. But as a convicted felon, most likely you are in jail, with little or no income. So it is difficult for you to "sponsor" an alien financially. The USCIS Form I-864 - Affidavit of Support is required for family-sponsored immigration. An affidavit of support is a guarantee to U.S. government that an immigrant will not become a public charge. The affidavit could be offered by the petition sponsor or someone who could provide financial assistance to the immigrant in the event that such help would be necessary. All petitioners, regardless of whether or not they have been working or living in the U.S. since the past three years, must submit a notarized Form I-864, Affidavit of Support, for the beneficiaries of the petitions.
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Can I apply for a Green Card while on H-2B status? Yes, you may apply for Green Card while on H-2B visa. You may attain an immigrant status in the U.S. through the Family Based Immigration. If you have close relatives who are U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents, the relatives may file an immigration petition for you as the beneficiary. Close relatives, as defined by immigration law, include parents, unmarried minor children and spouses.
The three eras of immigration are: - open immigration - the quota era - family reunification
if you cant sponsor her then you can look for freinds or family that can joint sponsor her. if there is no one to sponsor her then you have got a problem because you have to be able to proove income on the affadavit of support
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The question is slightly ambiguous, since technically you cannot sponsor an illegal immigrant. If the immigrant is already in the country illegally, they cannot be sponsored for entry into the country. You can sponsor an immigrant, but there are conditions on someone re-entering the United States who has already been an illegal immigrant. First, sponsoring an immigrant. There is a category of immigration called family sponsorship, whereby the family member of the immigrant (who is already a legal U.S. citizen) can sponsor the immigrant's entry into the country. The family member must submit an Affidavit of Support, which shows that the sponsor will financially support the immigrant. Proof of income must be provided along with the application. This only applies, however, to immigrants who have not yet entered the country illegally. Illegal aliens who wish to re-enter the country legally are generally barred for three years from doing so. There are exceptions to this rule, but generally, any person who has been in the United States illegally for 180 days or more will be barred from re-entry for three years. Aliens will be barred for 10 years if they were illegally in the country for one year or more. These laws surrounding legal and illegal immigration and sponsorship are contained in the updated Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 and the Anti terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996
family sibling petition category is F4 F41 is the principal beneficiary (brother or sister of US citizen) F42 is the spouse F43 is for children
That can be answered more specifically if we knew what area, and what kind sponsor, immigration? Visa status, or I presume you mean Food Bank help. Lastly Food? or Toys?
I am not for separating families, but there are legal steps to becoming a US resident or citizen. From your philosophy, I would gather that all an illegal immigrant has to do is come to the USA, marry a US-born citizen, have children and, voila!! they are automatically a US citizen. Sorry, but it doesn't work that way. I. too. feel sad for the family that is left behind, but that is the risk of illegal immigration. My ancestors had to go through the immigration/naturalization process when they came to the US. I don't think it should be any different or easier for any others.
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