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  •   Let us explain How the Green Card Lottery Works, also know as The Diversity Visa Program, more commonly known as the Green Card lottery, came into being in 1990 as a way to attract immigrants from countries that were typically under represented in the U.S. immigrant pool. Every year, Read More
  • Getting Your Green Card through Marriage One way in which immigrants to the United States can qualify for permanent residence is through marriage to a citizen. Qualification is not automatic, as many people assume, nor is it without difficulty. It is however, quite possible to receive a Green Card through Read More
  • Different Ways to Become a Permanent Resident If you are considering permanent immigration to the United States, there are a variety of different ways to qualify. Before applying for permanent residency, it’s best to consider the different options and decide which one is best for your situation. Here are a Read More
  • If you wish to live in the United States on a permanent basis, there is different ways to get a Green Card. Before making a decision on whether or not you want to start this process, take some time to read about it and find out what your options are. Read More
  • Barack H. Obama is the 44th President of the United States. His story is the American story — values from the heartland, a middle-class upbringing in a strong family, hard work and education as the means of getting ahead, and the conviction that a life so blessed should be lived Read More
  • DV VISA lottery USA, The Lottery is officially called the Diversity Immigrant Visa Lottery, popularly known, as the Green Card Lottery. Each year 50,000 Green Cards will be issued to people from all over the world. The objective of the Lottery is to issue Green Cards to individuals born in Read More
  • First please check if your country has qualified to take part in the Green Card Lottery thus giving you the opportunity to get a Green card for USA and apply for one of the 50.000 Green Cards issued each year to countries from all over the world. A Green Card Read More
  • To win the green card lottrey please apply, if you don’t apply you don’t win. How would I know if I win the green card lottery? Applicants will be selected at random by computer from among all qualified entries. Only winners will be notified by mail at the address listed Read More
  • Applicants will be selected at random by computer from among all qualified entries. Only green card lottery winners will be notified by mail at the address listed on their application. The notifications will be sent to the green card lottery winners between April and July, along with instructions on how Read More
  • The green card usa draw will take place through random computer generated lottery draw. The Lottery was created by the Immigration Act of 1990 and signed into law by President George Bush. The Lottery is perfectly legal and sponsored by the U.S. State Department. So what is a greencard? A Read More
  • At the National Visa Center USA all entries received will be separated into one of six geographic regions and individually numbered. After the end of the application period, a computer will randomly select cases from among all the mail received for each geographic region. Within each region, the first letter Read More
  •             Obamas Immigration Speech about Immigration You know, a few years ago, I attended a naturalization workshop at St. Pius Church in Chicago. And as I walked down the aisle, I saw people clutching small American flags, waiting for their turn to be called up Read More
  • Visa Lottery Law INA: ACT 203 – ALLOCATION OF IMMIGRANT VISAS (Visa Lottery Law) Sec. 203. [8 U.S.C. 1153] US DEPARTMENT OF STATE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY ACT TITLE II – IMMIGRATION CHAPTER 1 – SELECTION SYSTEM (Visa Lottery Law ) (1) In general. – Except as provided in paragraph (2), Read More
  • What is a Green Card? What is a Green Card A Green Card is a Permanent Residence Visa of the United States of America (USA). A Green Card will give you legal right to work and live permanently in the United States. Green Card holders receive health, education, and several other Read More