What is the best way to find a Canadian sponsor to help in immigration 'if you don't have any relatives in Canada'?
I’m not quite sure what you mean by “find a Canadian sponsor” in this question.Canada has three immigrant types.Family class immigrants are people who have a close relative who is already Canadian. The close relative is called a “sponsor.” A sponsor can be a spouse/partner, parent, child, or grandchild. Those are the only options. You can’t “find” a sponsor like this if you don’t have any relatives in Canada.Refugee class immigrants are people who are fleeing a disaster or war in their home country. Refugees can also have “sponsors.” In this case, a “sponsor” is a group of at least five people who agree to financially support the refugee and help them get settled when they arrive in Canada for up to two years or until they’re able to support themselves.In my experience, most of the groups sponsoring refugees are churches, mosques, temples, or synagogues who believe that helping refugees is a moral thing that their god(s) would like them to do. If you wanted to find this kind of sponsor, I would suggest contacting religious institutions in Canada. They don’t have to be the same religion you are.(You can also immigrate to Canada as a refugee without a sponsor if you’re referred by a UN group. )Economic class immigrants are skilled people who come to Canada to work. Economic immigrants do not have sponsors. It’s not like the American H1B program where an American company offers you a job and and they become your “sponsor” and if they fire you you have to leave.If you are an economic class immigrant, you give a bunch of information about yourself - what languages you speak, your education, your job history, stuff like that - to the Canadian government. Then they assign you points based on the information and how much the government thinks it needs whatever kind of work you do. If you have a job offer already, it’s worth a few points, but not a huge number. If you have enough points, you will be invited to apply for permanent residency in Canada. There are separate programs for skilled workers (like managers or accountants or programmers) and trades (like construction or manufacturing). There are extra programs for jobs Canada really needs, like pilots and nurses, and for investors who are already rich and planning to start companies in Canada.So… I don’t know what kind of sponsor you were looking for, but those are your options.Family class - your sponsor is a close relativeRefugee class - your sponsor is a group of charitable people, probably a religious institutionEconomic class - you don’t have a sponsorDisclaimer: I am a not a lawyer or an immigration professional. Hire an immigration expert if you are planning to seriously move to Canada.