"Part of the high quality service that we provide is giving our customers the ability to submit their application all year round, and not only during the limited dates set by the US government" says Nate Andrews of USAGC
Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) November 4, 2010
Green Card lottery application agency USAGC.ORG announces that from 4/Nov/2010 all Green Card lottery applications will be submitted to Green Card lottery 2013. This is due to the fact that the official USA government program only accepts applications until November 3rd. Part of USAGC's high end service is the ability to complete your application all year round, and not only in the dates set by the US government.
The Green Card Lottery, also know as the DV lottery, is a US government program created to give non-US citizens the ability to legally immigrate to United States. The green card program offers 55 thousand green cards a year, which are raffled between the applicants. Not all applicants in this lottery have an equal chance to win, people who come from countries that have sent a fewer amount of people to United States in the last 5 years have a greater chance of winning, as one of the major guidelines of the Green Card lottery is to keep the United States diversified in regards to its inhabitants' origins.
"Part of the high quality service that we provide is giving our customers the ability to submit their application all year round, and not only during the limited dates set by the US government," says Nate Andrews of USAGC, "this gives us and our customers the time to check that all details in their application are correct, without being affected by the time pressure," he adds.
USAGC has been helping people enter the US green card lottery almost 10 years now. They provide an excellent immigration and naturalization service to non-US citizens and help them to streamline the bureaucracy involved, when entering the DV Lottery. Please follow this link for more information on your preparation for your immigration and naturalization test. A US green card is the most wanted status in the world, especially for those who are currently living in the states without an official visa. For more information regarding green card USA, please visit the USAGC blog and Twitter account.
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