Albuquerque, NM (PRWEB) August 26, 2008
Edited by Mark Jacobsen, U.S. Immigration Attorney, Win the Green Card Lottery! outlines the entire procedure from entering the diversity visa (green card) lottery to obtaining a permanent resident visa. They also offer crucial tips to help recent lottery winners pass their visa interview.
According to co-author J. Stephen Wilson, "One of the most important factors that determine success is to apply for your visa immediately after you receive a winning notification letter from the State Department since only the first 50,000 of the 100,000 persons that receive winning notices can receive visas."
"If you are eligible to adjust your status in the U.S. and your required documents are overseas, ask a family member or close friend to fax your required documents to you immediately. Then have them mail you the originals or certified copies," notes author Marybeth Rael.
For those entering the calendar year 2008 (DV-2010) diversity visa lottery, this easy to read booklet provides a background of the lottery, presumptive registration dates, a thorough explanation of "alternate state chargeability", when to enter multiple applications, a section devoted to submitting photographs that meet State Department requirements, when to use an ethical lottery service, and much more.
Author Marybeth Rael wrote Win the Green Card Lottery! based on her experience with the American Green Card Lottery Network, a lottery service she established to help prospective immigrants prepare diversity visa applications. She also wrote the first book dedicated to the visa lottery published by Self-Counsel Press in 2002.
Co-author J. Stephen Wilson is the electronic publisher and owner of myGreencard.com and the author of the only review of green card lottery services. Editor Mark Jacobsen is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Creative Networks is the publisher of Win the Green Card Lottery! The COMPLETE Do-It-Yourself Guide to the USA Diversity Visa Lottery, 2008 Edition by Marybeth Rael and J. Stephen Wilson. ISBN 978-0-9816938-0-4 ($19.50). Includes full index, illustrations, and glossary of immigration terms; 172 pp. To download the e-booklet or obtain the latest immigration news and immigration reports, please visit http://www.myGreencard.com. Printed copies are available through Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble. Wholesale distribution is available through Ingram Book Company.