"Our aim is to provide the best DV lottery service to our customers, unlike other places who will disqualify any application made past the last registration date, at USAGC we will simply sign you up to the next DV lottery" says USAGC's Nate Andrews
Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) October 6, 2010
DV lottery service provider USAGC.ORG announces that DV lottery 2012 applications can be submitted to USAGC.ORG only until 3rd of November 2010, any applications made past this date will be submitted to DV lottery 2013.
The DV Lottery gives potential immigrants an opportunity to live and work in the US legally and permanently. Each year, the DV lottery makes 55,000 green cards a year available to people from across the world who want to move to the US. The DV Lottery is an official US State Department program. The DV Lottery is the easiest way to gain US citizenship. During such difficult economic times, many people are coming to the US seeking a better life. Unfortunately, as it is so difficult to obtain US citizenship, many live and work in the US without a legal visa status. Many of these immigrants are hardworking people with a strong work ethic, who are searching for a better life. The DV Lottery provides them with a wonderful opportunity to obtain a green card, therefore work legally in the US and enjoy all of the entitlements that are available to them as green card holders. Winners of the DV lottery have to renew their green card every 10 years.
USAGC has been helping people immigrate to the US since for almost 10 years now. They provide an excellent immigration and naturalization service to non-US citizens and assist them with the bureaucracy involved, when entering the DV Lottery. USAGC will ensure that your application will be completed efficiently in order to avoid disqualification. There are many questions that need to be answered during the application process of obtaining a green card through the DV Lottery. All of your questions will be answered at http://www.usagc.org. A US green card is the most desired status in the world, primarily amongst those who are currently residents in the US without having an official visa.