Henderson, Nevada (PressExposure) July 07, 2011 -- The Green Card Lottery, also known as the Diversity Visa or DV Lottery, is an annual event and registration for it will begin in the Fall of 2011 for the 2013 Green Card Lottery.
Every year, the United States Congress makes available 50,000 diversity visas (DV) or Green Cards. This program is designed to randomly give Green Cards to people that apply from eligible foreign countries. A United States Green Card or Permanent Resident Card will allow you to live, work and study anywhere in the United States and it is the first step to the road to United States Citizenship. It also allows you to enter and leave the United States without any restrictions.
There are two strict eligibility requirements. First, you must be from a country with low rates of immigration to the United States. In other words, if your country has sent more than 50,000 immigrants to the United States in the previous five years, than you are most likely not eligible for the Green Card Lottery. The State Department will provide a list of eligible countries and we will make certain to provide the list to you. Second, you must have at least a high school education or its equivalent, or must have completed, within the last five years, two years of work experience in a job that required at least two years of training.
The Fall of 2011 is fast approaching. Please keep checking with us at usagreenlottery.org for updates in the next coming weeks to the exact dates when the Green Card Lottery of 2013 will begin.
Don't miss out on the opportunity for receive a United States Permanent Resident Card or Green Card. We at usagreenlottery.org are here to help you by keeping you informed and more importantly, by helping you in the upcoming Green Card Lottery application process.