U.S. Government Green Card Lottery Entry Program

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Applying for the Green Card Lottery through this website requires a fee which includes the following benefits: professional review of your application for completeness, review of your photos for compliance with the U.S. Government, phone and email customer support, and the ability to apply in many languages.

What is the USA Green Card Lottery?

Every Year, the Diversity Visa Lottery (DV) Program Grants 50,000 visas to people all around the world. All 50,000 Winners are issued a US GREEN CARD authorizing them and their families to live and work in the United States! USA Green Card Lottery Organization invites you to take advantage of this opportunity now!

The Official US Green Card Lottery program benefits:

  • 50,000 people and their families will Live, Work and Study in USA.
  • Official USA Governmental program.
  • Your chance to live work and study in the USA.
  • Simple registration within 5 minutes.
  • Personal support in every step.
  • Double chance for Married People to win the US Green Card.

Important to all:

  • According to the US DEPARTMENT OF STATE entries for the US GREEN CARD LOTTERY must be submitted electronically via the ELECTRONIC DIVERSITY VISA ENTRY FORM.
  • USA Green Card Lottery Organization is now accepting US Green Card applications online.

Applying for the Green Card Lottery through the official government site is free but does not include review of your application, any phone or email support, or help in any other language but English.

How it Works

This official program will make permanent residence visas available to persons meeting the simple, but strict, eligibility requirements. Applicants for Diversity Visa are chosen by a computer-generated random lottery drawing. The U.S. government makes available 50,000 permanent residence visas each year for this program. Application to this program is open for all individuals worldwide that fulfill the two basic entry requirements. The visas are distributed among six geographic regions with a greater number of visas going to regions with lower rates of immigration, and with no visas going to citizens of countries sending more than 50,000 immigrants to the U.S. in the past five years. Within each region, no one country may receive more than seven percent of the available Diversity Visas in any one year.