In the Green Card Program, applicants for the American Visa Lottery are picked at random. Selected applicants and their immediate family members will be granted Diversity Immigrant Visas, granting them the legal right to reside and work in the United States indefinitely. You and your family can obtain Green Cards, but you must apply as soon as possible for the forthcoming Green Card Program to have the best chance of being chosen.
To win a Green Card through the Green Card Program, you must complete all 16 stages stated below, but don’t worry, we will walk you through the entire process. All processes are critical, which is why you should always utilize a competent immigration firm like US Green Card Office to prevent having your application rejected.
Our applicants from all over the world frequently question us about the procedures for obtaining a Green Card through the USA Green Card Lottery, commonly known as the Diversity Visa Program or the America Visa Lottery. Applying isn’t inherently difficult, but there are some crucial procedures that applicants must take in order to have the best chance of being chosen and subsequently relocating to the United States.
Our Immigration team at US Green Card Office has helped millions of candidates complete the 16-step application procedure since 1998. We not only aid users in completing an error-free application, but we also assist all of our candidates in submitting the DS-260 to the Kentucky Consular Center (KCC) after being selected. More importantly, we ensure that all of our applicants are properly prepared for their visa interview at their nearest American Embassy. If you want to pass the visa interview and finally be given an Immigrant Visa that allows you and your family to enter the United States, you must be well prepared.
Our system is simple to use; you may apply and pay the application cost in under five minutes.
STEP 2: Select a plan for your application and pay the application fee.
Have a look at our Application Plans, and choose the plan that best suits you.
STEP 3: Submit your photo(s)
Upload your photo(s) and allow our immigration team to assist you in getting everything exactly right.
STEP 4: The Immigration Team approves the photo(s).
Our immigration experts will analyze each photo and only approve it if it is completely correct. We will notify you if any of your images need to be updated or authenticated.
STEP 5: Your Diversity Visa Application Has Been Accepted.
Our team will review and approve your application before it is submitted to the US Government.
STEP 6: The US Government receives your application.
We will submit your application to the US Government at the appropriate time and location.
STEP 7: The US Government sends you your personal confirmation number.
We will upload the submission confirmation number issued by the US Government to your personal account as soon as we receive it. Keep this number safe since it serves as verification that your application was successfully filed and approved.
STEP 8: Your application will now be included into the Diversity Visa Program lottery.
The draw will be conducted using a computer-generated random number generator, providing all candidates an equal chance of being chosen. The US State Department regularly monitors and verifies the procedure.
STEP 9: We send all award notice letters straight from the US Government.
The US Government will choose up to 125,000 winners, and as soon as they do, we will notify you directly so that we may assist you in filling the DS-260 Visa Application form online.
Up to 55,000 Diversity Visas are available. Because it is possible that some of the first 55,000 applicants selected will not qualify for visas or pursue their cases to acquire a visa, the Kentucky Consular Center (KCC) will pick more than 55,000 applications to ensure that all available Diversity Visa visas are issued. However, this means that there will not be enough visas to go around for everyone who is first chosen. When your application is chosen, it is critical that you move quickly. We will assist you in acquiring one of the 55,000 Diversity Visas that are available.
STEP 10: The Kentucky Consular Center receives your DS-260 online application (KCC).
We will take you through the DS-260 online application process after you have received your winning notice letter directly from us. It is critical to be well prepared before beginning the DS-260 online application process. As a result, if you have any concerns or issues with the online application, please contact our immigration team. Any errors on the DS-260 application may result in a Visa Interview delay or disqualification, and you may lose your opportunity to get one of the 55,000 Diversity Visas available. As a result, this move should be considered seriously.
STEP 11: The Kentucky Consular Center will send you your visa interview appointment letter.
After the Kentucky Consular Center has evaluated your completed application, you will receive an e-mail informing you that a Visa Interview at the US Embassy or Consulate in your country of residence has been set.
STEP 12: Getting ready for the visa interview at the US Consulate.
It is critical that you be properly prepared for the visa interview; we will assist you and provide all relevant recommendations.
STEP 13: Attend a visa interview at your nearest US Consulate.
The Immigration officer will go over all of your documentation and ask you questions during the visa interview.
STEP 14: A temporary travel visa (immigrant visa) is issued to allow you to enter the United States.
The Immigration officer will issue you an immigrant visa to enter the United States if your visa interview goes well. To enter the United States, you must first obtain an immigrant visa and have your temporary proof of green card status stamped on your passport at the first American airport where you land (known as the “Port of Entry”).
STEP 15: Immigrating to the United States
If you chose the “Free Flights” or “Free Movement” option, we will arrange for flight tickets and/or the transportation of your personal possessions from your country of residence to your new home in the United States.
STEP 16. Your Green Card is issued.
Your genuine Green Card will be mailed to the United States address you gave three to four weeks after you arrive.