I was wondering if there is any organizations or something else that could help me with sponsoring my husband? I didn't make enough to sponsor him myself and I've asked family members and friends but no one has been accepted.
I am unaware of any such organization and I am not sure that they will pass legal muster. I am afraid you have to keep asking more friends and more family members to co-sponsor him with you. Of course, the other alternative is finding a job that pays you more.
Unfortunately, the co-sponsor must be a family member or friend with valid immigration status.
You may want to consult with an attorney to decide what you can do. You will need to show 125% of the poverty guidelines for your family size, unless you are in the military. If you can't find a joint sponsor, you would need to use assets. If your husband has any income or assets that may also be included.
You have two options: (1) the USCIS do not only look at your income, i.e. tax returns, you can also include any cash you may have in the bank or assets you own; if this option is not viable, then (2) you need to keep looking to find any person who can be a co-sponsor.
I doubt there are any organizations that would be legally wiling and able to do that as the petitioner bears personal obligation to sponsor the immigrants. If the petitioner's income is not enough, he or she may ask other USC or LPR to be co-sponsor. Be aware some people may tell you to pay for someone to be the co-sponsor. This may be illegal and if discovered, it may jeopardy the case.
If your income is insufficient to meet the minimum financial requirement, you may still meet the requirement if you or your spouse have sufficient assets, such as bank accounts, real estate, stock/bonds, etc.
There are no organizations that provide sponsorship. Are you sure that no one in your whole family is willing to help you? It does not mean that they would have to support your husband; they are only a guarantor that he will not seek public assistance and, if he does, the government will come after them for reimbursement.
There are not many charities other than Catholic Charities that help. However one of the immigration lawyers here in New Hampshire can definitely assist in that process.
No. You must find a joint sponsor.
I have not heard of that. It can be any US citizen or green card holder or you may want to see if you meet the asset test instead. This is described on the I-864 instructions.
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