To get a sponsor for a U.S. visa, you will need to find an employer, educational institution, or other organization that is willing to sponsor your visa application. This means that they will be responsible for submitting a petition on your behalf to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and they will need to provide evidence that you are qualified for the visa you are seeking.
There are several different types of visas that may require a sponsor, including employment-based visas, student visas, and exchange visitor visas. Each type of visa has its own specific requirements and application process, and the requirements for obtaining a sponsor may vary depending on the type of visa you are seeking.
To find a sponsor, you may need to do some research and networking to identify potential employers or educational institutions that are interested in sponsoring your visa application. You can also consider working with an immigration attorney or other professional who can help you identify potential sponsors and guide you through the process of finding and securing a sponsor.