Say that you will support individual while here in US and make sure they return in their timeline will you be held responsible for them what would the country do to me if they don't return
Immigrants are free to live anywhere in US and it is their responsibility to comply with the immigration laws and regulations. You would not be responsible for the immigrant's action. However, you would be responsible to the extent that he or she becomes public charge and you were in fact the Sponser.
As a moral issue, unless you contributed to the decision, no. AS a legal issue, why would you be responsible for the actions of another adult?
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Usually only employer's that bring foreign workers may be held liable for their employees violations of immigration laws, and are required to report any immigration issues in order for the business to continue bringing foreign workers. But as an individual having an international guest, you shouldn't have any problems. You should however remind your friend that its better to speak with an attorney to avoid overstaying in the US without documents, or with an expired visa.
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