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finance, promote, subsidize, help, back
That is a question you should ask your uncle to receive an answer.
Company's / business's give you money to have them as your sponsor
In some instances a sponsor will pay for travel. You need to contact your sponsor to find out if yours will provide travel expenses.
Noun: commerce, banking, economics, financial affairsVerb: capitalize, subsidize, patronize, sponsor
No. Receipt of means-tested public benefits does not disqualify anyone from being a sponsor. However, means-tested public benefits cannot be accepted as income for the purposes of meeting the income requirement.
Hospitals do not sponsor students. There are plenty of graduates for them to choose from without having to do that. Look for a scholarship instead.
If it is a small festival organized by students, a local restaurant might sponsor it. If it is a large festival, a company that donates to or partners with the university might sponsor it; for example, a festival at Ave Maria University in Florida might be sponsored by Domino's Pizza.
"About half of the financing was to come from private Italian investors, whom Columbus had already lined up."
They do so for cheap advertising to certain groups. Events need to pay for the expenses they incur. Sponsors work well for these groups. It is a great relationship.
You must get someone to sponsor you, or you must submit proof of the source and ability to pay tuition, fees, and living expenses.
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.