The guarantor’s responsibility usually lasts until the beneficiary becomes a U.S. citizen
This U.S. citizens Can sponsor family members to apply Green cardO Permanent residency, In the country, but they must have a Minimum income This guarantees Immigration It does not require government support.
The Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) clearly stipulates that sponsor Generally lasts until immigration becomes U.S. citizens Or to be included in the workload of the 40th quarter.
U.S. citizens bear the responsibility of providing financial support to the people they choose sponsor And only when the beneficiary becomes a citizen or leaves, and one of the two people dies, the promise will be terminated United States.
If someone receives a government subsidy, the sponsor must repay the cost of the support provided, otherwise they can sue in court.
This Sponsor They can provide all the support for their relatives, or they can share the responsibilities with another citizen.
In order to start this process, it is necessary to file an I-862 form or supporting affidavit under section 213A, and the person agrees to support the following: Immigration.
-Over 18 years old.
-Become citizen American permanent resident.
-Have an address in the United States.
Immigration Precisely all Guarantor of permanent residence They must prove the minimum income in their house. The minimum income can be used alone or in combination with other residents in the house.
In the so-called family size, the guarantor, his family members, other relatives living in the property and Immigration You sponsored.
This Minimum income Each family must be equal to or greater than 125% of the poverty level United States. For example, in a family of two people, the income should be $21,775. In a house with four residents, this is US$33,125, and for every additional resident, US$5,676 must be added.
This Sponsor Green card Being an active member of the armed forces and requiring their spouse or child’s green card income must be equal to or higher than 100% of the poverty level.