We would like to remind our readers that entries to the United States 2010 Diversity Visa Lottery, otherwise known as the Green Card Lottery, must be received by noon on 01 December, 2008, when the opportunity to live and work in the USA under this scheme will be lost for another year.
The Green Card Lottery offers anyone, from a defined list of countries with low rates of immigration into the United States, a chance of obtaining a permanent residence visa, known as a Green Card. 55,000 Green Card Lottery visas are made available every year. Successful applicants are also able to bring their immediate family to the US, after completion of a consular interview.
For thousands of people from all over the world, the Green Card Lottery offers a fantastic opportunity to start a new life in America. This year entry is also open to citizens of Russia.
Citizens of the following countries are not eligible for the Green Card Lottery this year: Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, India, Jamaica, Mexico, Pakistan, Philippines, Peru, Poland, South Korea, United Kingdom (except Northern Ireland) and its dependent territories, Vietnam.
While the application process is relatively simple, please be aware that any applications with incorrect information are automatically denied.For a small fee, workpermit.com can help with the process and give you the peace of mind that your application is in order and free of mistakes.
A workpermit.com lawyer, specializing in US immigration law, will assess your application, making sure that everything is in order, and submitting it on time for the 2010 Diversity Visa deadline.
Apply now for the Green Card Lottery and take the first step towards a chance to live and work in the United States and to change your life permanently!