The US authorities have officially closed the registration period for the DV-2021 Green Card Lottery early November. The American Dream has thoroughly checked and prepared thousands of applications before submitting them to the US authorities. Learn more about the next steps!
You participated in the Green Card Lottery with The American Dream? Congratulations – you have increased your chances of winning! Contrary to many other participants you won`t have to worry about whether you will be disqualified or not. We have thoroughly reviewed all applications for potential formal errors before submitting them to the US authorities!
Every The American Dream customer receives a personal participation certificate which includes the official Confirmation Number.
The Green Card Lottery is officially called the Diversity Immigrant Visa Lottery, popularly known as the Green Card Lottery.
Each year 50,000 Green Cards will be issued to people from all over the world.
The draw will take place through random computer generated lottery draw.
Don’t miss your chance to win a Green Card – apply online today and be one of the next lottery winners.
A Green Card is a Permanent Residence Visa of The United States. The residence card will give you legal right to work and live permanently in the United States.
Green Card holders receive health, education and several other benefits.
If you win a Permanent Residence Card, you can apply for U.S.
The Green Card does not affect your present citizenship.
We are delighted that you have chosen to apply for the US Green Card Lottery so you can WIN, Live and
Work in America Please fill out the information required below
In most cases this means the country in which the applicant was born. However, if a person was born in an ineligible country but his/her spouse was born in an eligible country, such person can claim the spouse’s country of birth providing both the applicant and spouse are issued visas and enter the U.S.
If you require additional information, please contact us at the e-mail addresses listed below or click the online chat to contact one of our Green Card Lottery Agents.
You are also welcome to call our hotline between 11:00 a.m. GMT.
Before calling, please check the HELP page where you will find answers to the most frequently asked questions (FAQ)
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Your country has qualified to take part in the Green Card Lottery (DV Lottery) thus giving you the opportunity to apply.
A Green Card allows you to legally work and reside in the United States If you are a lucky winner, it will not only be you personally, who will be issued with a Green Card, Green Cards will also be issued to your spouse and your children.
The Lottery is officially called the Diversity Immigrant Visa Lottery (popularly known as the Green Card Lottery). Every year in the US Department of States annual Green Card Lottery (Diversity Visa Program) between 100,000 and
125,000 applications are selected as winners and up to 55,000 Green Cards (Permanent Residency Visas) are issued to
new immigrants from all over the world.
The following countries can participate in the 2020 DV Lottery.
The list is updated every year in September, so please check for updates if your country of birth is not among the qualifying countries. Important: Make sure to get your application submitted for the 2020 Diversity Immigrant Visa Lottery as soon as possible.
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Learn how to get a Green Card to become a permanent resident, check your green card case status, bring a foreign spouse to live in the U.S.
and what documents you need when traveling back to the U.S.
Also, find out how to enter or check your results for the Diversity Visa Lottery program.
If you have questions about applying for, renewing, or replacing a Green Card, contact U.S.