I know that when I am about to invest some serious time into something I want to be absolutely sure that it’s worth the effort. So, I’m here to let you know, no joke, the green card lottery is the absolute best way to get a green card in the United States. Here I have compiled some of the more common questions I’ve been asked about the green card lottery and the answers that I always give.
Q: Look, I just hate filling out forms. Isn’t the application incredibly long and difficult? And then what if I don’t win this year, I’ll just have to fill the boring thing out again?
A: With our helpful application service it will take you barely any time to give us the required information to help you apply and the best part is that we will keep your application for all subsequent years until you win your permanent residency.
Q: I don’t really have regular access to a computer and I certainly don’t have a digital camera! How am I supposed to even submit a proper application?
A: It doesn’t matter that you don’t have a digital camera because we can convert your photo for you. All you have to do is have the photograph taken in the traditional chemical print process and mail it in to us and we’ll do the rest!
Q: I’m from Bangladesh and we were ineligible last year during the 2011 green card lottery, so why bother when I’m ineligible.
A: Ah, well, you never know! Where were your parents from?
Q: My mother’s from Mongolia and my father’s from Russia.
A: Well you can claim either of those countries as your country of eligibility. In fact there are many different scenarios where you might assume that you aren’t eligible, but you really are. You should contact our experts to check on your eligibility.
Q: Who cares about permanent residency anyway? It isn’t citizenship.
A: Oh, but that’s a very short-sighted view of the matter. When you’re a permanent resident you can live and work legally within the United States for as long as you like and you’re entitled to all of the rights available to the rest of the people in America. Additionally, you can’t get citizenship unless you’ve been a permanent resident for a while, so you might as well get started!