Diversity Immigrant Visa Lottery Program: Registration Open from October 04 – Deadline is November 07, 2023

October 5, 2023
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The Diversity Immigrant Visa Lottery Program, also known as the “green card lottery”, registration is now open until November 7, 2023. This annual lottery aims to diversify the immigrant population in the U.S. by providing 55,000 immigrant visas annually to individuals who are natives of countries with historically low rates of immigration to the United States. This year the program has expanded its eligibility criteria, now including individuals from the UK. If you are a native of an eligible country, which can be found on the list published by the Department of State, and are seeking permanent residency in the U.S., this is your chance. Even if you currently reside in the U.S. or abroad or are a foreign worker with other approved employment-based immigrant petitions, you are still eligible to apply. Your country of eligibility for registration will normally be the same as your country of birth. However, you may also select the country of birth of your spouse or in certain circumstances, either of your parents. It’s important to note that applicants are allowed only one entry and submitting multiple registrations will result in disqualification. All DV Lottery registrations must be completed online. As it is a free program, applicants should be wary of scams or unauthorized websites claiming to assist with the registration process. Don’t miss your chance to apply for the Diversity Immigrant Visa Lottery Program and take the first step in becoming a permanent resident in the U.S. For more information and registration details, please visit the Department of State’s website. https://dvprogram.state.gov/. Good luck to all! Jaice Jacob, Esq- Attorney-at-Law

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