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USA Green Card Lottery Review
USA Green Card Lottery Program
The U.S. government gives out and issues 55,000 green cards each year through the USA Green Card Lottery, which is a random lottery program. The applicants are selected at random and if selected, the main applicant, their spouse and all unmarried children that are under age 21 will have a chance to get permanent resident status to live in the U.S.
This is an official, Congress approved, Diversity Visa program, which gives you a chance to legally live and work in the USA with a legal green card. Online registration into this program is easy to complete and is open for both spouses to apply. Winners receive a Free airline ticket from USAGLCS.
Enrollment in this random program is open to all individuals but there are two requirements:
1. You must be a native of a qualifying country.
2. You must have the appropriate education or work experience.
USA Green Card Lottery Information
USA Green Card Lottery Service
The official site for this service is at www.usagcls.com.
Green Card Program Applications
Applications for the U.S. Green Card Lottery program are available online only at www.usagcls.com/P1.asp. Visit this page and complete the online application. Green card applicants may only apply for this program online.
The USA Green Card Lottery, also known as the Diversity Visa Lottery Program, is a Congress approved, official U.S. Government program that issues over 50,000 permanent immigration visas every year to people from countries with low immigration. A United States Permanent Resident Card, often referred to as a green card is an ID card. Getting a green card refers to the immigration process of becoming a permanent resident in the U.S.
Green Card Lottery Application Information
The information needed on your application includes:
- Full Name
- Date of Birth
- City/Town of Birth
- Country of Birth
- Mailing Address
- Phone Number
- Email Address
- Country of Eligibility
- Your Recent Photos
- Marriage Status
- Number of Children that are unmarried and under 21 years of age
- Spouse Information
- Children Information
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