Permanent Residents Rights: Understanding Religious Tolerance

As a quick and important reminder we’d like to mention that that Green Card Lottery is going to stop accepting applications on November 3rd at noon Eastern Standard Time. This makes it exceedingly important to apply for the lottery now with With our service (available for a nominal fee) you can be assured that your application will be entered into the Green Card Lottery, which is a problem that a lot of people have.

If you win the Green Card Lottery you have the opportunity to get permanent resident status in the United States. This means that you can live, work, study and benefit from all of the other rights given to residents in America. One of these, which we discussed briefly yesterday, was the freedom of religion.

The United States believes that you can believe in any religion you would like to, worship in any house of faith or not worship at all. All are accepted here as it has been since the European colonization of the modern day east coast of the United States. Originally most people in the states were protestant Christians. These people believed in Christianity, but rejected the religious establishment from wherever they were coming from whether it was Roman Catholicism or one of the state churches in Europe.

There are also a number of uniquely American religions that sprouted up because of this religious freedom. Chief among them is the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Though they only comprise a little sliver of the total population in terms of religious demography they are a growing movement. Presidential candidate Mitt Romney happens to be a member of the LDS.

The only way that you can enjoy these religious freedoms is if you come to the United States. And what better way to do so than through the Green Card Lottery with