DIVERSITY IMMIGRANT VISA PROGRAM
The "Green Card Lottery"


WIN A "GREEN CARD"

PERMANENT RESIDENCE TO THE USA

The Law Offices of David D. Murray can assist you in registering you and your family in the next U.S. Diversity Immigrant Visa Program, sometimes called the "DV-Lottery Program", or the "Green Card Lottery".

Registering both a husband and a wife as Principle Applicants in the "Green Card Lottery" can double your chances of winning Permanent Residence to the United States of America!

A spouse and children under age 21 will all receive derivative eligibility to apply for U.S. Permanent Residence ("Green Card") if a Principal Applicant is successful in the Green Card Lottery.

If you don't enter the "Green Card Lottery", you can't win.

See below to see if you qualify! . . . . . ________________________________________________________________________________________

DIVERSITY IMMIGRANT VISA PROGRAM
- - - What is it . . . . ?

The Diversity Visa Program, sometimes called the DV-Lottery or "Green Card Lottery", is administered on an annual basis by the U.S. Department of State and conducted under the terms of Section 203(c) of the Immigration & Nationality Act (INA). The INA was amended in 1990 to provide
for a new class of immigrants known as "diversity immigrants" (DV immigrants). You may qualify!

The INA makes available 50,000 permanent resident visas ("Green Cards") each year to persons
from countries with low rates of immigration to the United States.

The DV-Lottery Program makes U.S. Permanent Resident visas available to persons meeting the
simple, but strictly applied, procedural and eligibility requirements.
Successful applicants for Green
Card Lottery Visas are chosen by a computer-generated random lottery drawing.

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