UPDATE: February 2021
We all know Donald Trump was a president who was against any form of immigration, so immigrants from all over good look forward to President Joe Biden taking office.
Joe Biden is pro-immigration and a believer in the Diversity Visa Program. You might find it interesting to read this update updated blog post: Joe Biden has kept his promise about the American Visa Lottery
You have probably heard a lot in the news recently about the Diversity Visa Program, which President Trump has tried to terminate, together with chain migration.
To repeal or change any immigration law in the United States requires a majority of votes in both chambers of Congress, but luckily both have voted against ending the Green Card Lottery.
House Republicans again failed to pass an immigration bill in June 2018.
Over the past few weeks, Republicans have been furiously negotiating among themselves to develop a “compromise” on immigration between conservative and moderate Republicans, but it was not enough – not by a long shot. The bill that the House voted on last Wednesday failed to gain support from a single Democrat and lost the support of 112 Republicans; it was defeated 121-301.
The Senate voted on four immigration bills in February 2018, each of which needed 60 votes to advance. Each of the bills, from the most conservative to the most liberal, failed.
President Trump and the Republicans lost the battle to terminate the Green Card Lottery, and therefore the Diversity Visa Program continues in 2018.
The Green Card Lottery is a great opportunity to live, work, or study permanently in the United States.
Therefore, US Green Card Office is pleased to announce that the Green Card Lottery is still accepting application online at www.usgreencardoffice.com/apply
The Green Card Lottery is officially called the Diversity Immigrant Visa Lottery, popularly known as the Green Card Lottery.
Each year, the US Government is providing individuals who were born in countries with historically low levels of immigration to the United States the opportunity to obtain Green Cards that allow them to reside and work in the United State through Green Card Lottery.
Thousands of applicants worldwide join the program and between 100,000 and 125,000 applications are selected as winners and up to 55,000 Green Cards (Permanent Residency Visas) are issued to new immigrants from all over the world each year.
For many people, winning a Green Card would be a great privilege and a dream come true. Read more about how to win the Green Card Lottery here.
US Green Card Office also offer free immigration advice before the visa interview in the US Embassy to all winners. This unique service is vital, as it is highly important to be 100 per cent prepared for the interview. All these and much more benefits are included in the application fee.
A Green Card is a Permanent Residence Visa of the United States of America. It will give people the legal right to work and live permanently in the United States. Those who hold Green Card receive health, education and several other benefits. Winners of Green Card through this program can apply for U.S. Citizenship at a later time. Green Cards will also be issued to their children and spouse (if any).
It is important to note that Green Card Lottery application is free. However, US Green Card Office will charge for the professional service that will be provided for the applicants. US Green Card Office provides a value-added service, which guarantees that the application will not be disqualified because of errors. US Green Card Office will also ensure that the applicant’s photo is submitted only when it is accurate and can be approved by the US Government. With the use of the value-added service, applicants can have the peace of mind knowing that they will not be disqualified once the application has been approved.
Just a few of the many advantages of using the affordable service include a step-by-step guide, easy registration, advice and guidance in 20 languages, photo verification before submission and much more.
Apply online today on www.usgreencardoffice.com/apply