Family-sponsored immigration accounts for around 700,000 people immigrating to the United States every year. Lawful permanent residents (LPR) and U.S. citizens can bring members of their family from other countries to permanently live in the United States of America.
This is good news for you and your family if both you and your spouse were born in an eligible country AND you and your spouse both meet the education OR work experience requirements, because this means that you can double your chances of being randomly selected as a winner by each submitting a separate application to the DV-Lottery.
When applying for your U.S. visa, you must submit a police certificate at your visa interview if you or any other family member who is applying for a visa is over the age of sixteen years. Former and present residents of the U.S. do not need to take this step.
Yes, there is a difference between the Green Card and Diversity Visa. Here at USAFIS, we help people who want to move to the United States.
Once you submit your application to the Green Card Lottery, you are not permitted to transfer that application to someone else.
Millions of people apply for the Green Card Lottery each year for an opportunity to immigrate to the United States. The US Congress has authorized up to 50,000 Green Cards to be issued annually through the Green Card Lottery Program to “selectees” who are randomly chosen from millions of applicants and who then complete the US immigration procedure successfully.
USAFIS is a privately owned company that helps foreign nationals with their U.S. visa applications. Part of the process of immigrating to the United States is the Consular Interview.
Some people believe that if they win the Green Card Lottery, they are guaranteed a Green Card. That is not true, as selection in the Lottery just means that you have moved on to the next step and are now permitted to submit the government documents to get one of the 50,000 visas distributed through the program.
There are some definite benefits to being a winner of the Green Card Lottery. If you are selected for the Lottery, your spouse and unmarried children who are under 21 years of age can also get a Green Card.
The simplest approach to legally live and work in the USA is through the Green Card Lottery Program. USAFIS is an immigration service that helps thousands of people each year with their U.S. application process.