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The US Department of State that operates the Diversity Visa Program, known as the “Green Card Lottery,” has issued a statement showing Countries not eligible for permanent residence through the 2023 competition.
Dominican Republic, Haiti, Venezuela, Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, El Salvador, Honduras, India, Jamaica, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, the Philippines, South Korea, the United Kingdom (excluding Northern Ireland), and Vietnam are the countries listed as “not eligible” to apply to the program.
According to the regulations, native citizens of these countries cannot apply because of this More than 50,000 individuals have already immigrated to the United States in the past five years.
The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) of 1990, which created the program, states that so-called “diversity immigrants,” people from countries with historically low rates of immigration to the United States, are those who can apply to “the lottery.”
How are they selected?
The entity chooses whom to choose through a random computer algorithm. By 2023, Up to 55,000 visas will be available for this concept.
The Department of State distributes diversity visas among six regions around the world, and no country can receive more than 7% of the available visas each year.
Register in the program It is completely free.
Do you apply? These are the requirements
The first requirement is to be a citizen of a country with a historically low immigration rate. If you are not a national of a country that possesses this characteristic, you may consider qualifying through the following path:
– If your spouse is a citizen of a country that meets the program immigration rate. In this case, you can claim the country of birth of your husband or wife as long as they appear on the given entry and enter the United States at the same time.
You must also at least comply Secondary education or equivalent, Labeled as ‘Successful Completion’, or Two years of work experience in the past five years In an occupation that requires at least two years of training or experience to perform.
Applicants must submit program tickets electronically via the dvprogram.state.gov page between 12:00 noon on Wednesday 6 October and 12:00 noon on Tuesday 9 November 2021.