I'm a 33 year old teacher and tutor who came to NYC from France (Paris) a few months ago. I am currently looking for someone who'd be willing to cosponsor me for my Green Card application.…We need to find a serious and good-willed person as quickly as possible to be my sponsor, and fill and sign the Affidavit of support so I may adjust my status before the beginning of October, at which point I would otherwise have to go back to Europe. We are willing to pay you $500 for that service. If you want to look at the information you'd have to provide beforehand, the immigration form (I-485) can be downloaded here https://www.uscis.gov/i-485 (official immigration website).Information about the Affidavit of support here: https://www.uscis.gov/green-card/green-card-processes-and-procedures/affidavit-supportI'm currently tutoring and doing gigs without a SSN but am not supposed to. I will never ask for any money from you as my sponsor, but the cosponsoring is a mandatory administrative requirement just as the presence of a witness at our marriage (our union is genuine and we have friends so that wasn't a problem but we still had to have one).If you check the second and third links below, you would not be legally required to cover any emergency or living costs, only a small number of "means-tested benefits" - food stamps, etc., which I don't plan to use as I already make money.You can find several of these, in addition to the routine postings by companies looking to exploit the fraud-ridden investor visa and guest-worker scams, on Craigslist which have never been flagged.
Gerard Perry is Editor in Chief of American Rattlesnake
Pro tip: When engaging in immigration fraud, be sure to post a lengthy Craigslist ad about it: https://t.co/t0L4n1747J— The Autiste Formerly Known As (@OddLane) October 4, 2016