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U.S. Green Card Lottery

The Green Card Lottery, officially known as the Diversity Visa Program, is an annual U.S. Government program that awards 50,000 green cards to individuals from all over the world. A 'Green Card', officially known as a Permanent Resident Card is a document issued by the U.S. Government that grants immigrants the right to live, work and study in the United States. Start Today!

This program was established by the Immigration Act of 1996 with the goal of diversifying American immigration numbers, hence, its official name "Diversity Visa Program." By granting 50,000 green cards every year, it creates more immigration opportunities to individuals from under-represented countries. This program is offered for free on the US State Department Site website during a registration period that typically begins in October of each year and ends in early November.

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STEM Jobs Act

The approval of this bill might mean the end of the Green Card Lottery Program.Apply before it ends! More Info

2014 DV Results

As of May 1, 2013 you will be able to check your Green Card Lottery results. Find out if you are one of the 50,000 lucky winners. More Info

Immigration Reform

Read in-depth and comprehensive news, find answers to common questions and information relevant to your particular situation regarding undocumented immigrants, employers, employees, etc. More Info

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