The Green Card serves as a visa allowing individuals to live and work permanently in the United States of America. Every year, 50.000 Green Cards are granted through a lottery system, with the aim of preserving the country's multinationality and diversity. The winners of the lottery are randomly selected, and participation is open to individuals from most countries, except for Great Britain and its dependencies (excluding Northern Ireland), Nigeria, China, Japan, South Korea, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Vietnam, Philippines, Hong Kong, Mexico, Colombia, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Brazil, Canada, and Jamaica. Residents of all other countries are eligible to participate without any restrictions.
To participate in the Green Card lottery, individuals must have either graduated from high school or possess two years of documented work experience. The work experience must be in one of the listed professions, which can be found on our website. List of professions
Participating in the Green Card Lottery does not prevent individuals from obtaining a US visa in the future. Many people have participated in the lottery for years without success, only to later apply for a visa at a US embassy and receive it without any issues.
If you win the lottery, you have the opportunity to bring your legally married spouse and children under the age of 21 with you. During the registration process, you must provide information about your spouse and children along with the questionnaire. In the event of winning, they will also receive Green Cards.
Once you win, your personal information and application will be processed by the Kentucky Consular Center, and you will be assigned a unique number. Based on this number, you will be required to attend an interview at the United States Embassy in our country on the specified date. It is crucial to complete a special DS-260 form on the official lottery website and print out the confirmation page, as you will not be admitted to the interview without it.
It's important to note that even if you win a Green Card, certain circumstances can prevent you from obtaining a visa. These include having a criminal record, having a serious communicable disease, or having a history of illegal residency in the United States. Additionally, incorrectly filled personal information, an improperly taken photo, or a lost confirmation code can also result in visa ineligibility or removal from the lottery. Unfortunately, statistically, one out of every three individuals makes a mistake when filling out the lottery participation form. However, our service offers a solution to these problems. We provide triple verification of personal data, professional photo processing according to the lottery standards, secure storage of the confirmation code, free consultation, and a guaranteed participation in the lottery.
For more information and to ensure a smooth and successful Green Card lottery experience, please contact our service.