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Canada Immigration Department
Canada Immigration Department

The Diversity Immigrant Visa also known as the Green Card Lottery

The Diversity Immigrant Visa Lottery also known as Green Card

The Diversity Immigrant Visa (DIV) is a method to enter the United States and obtain permanent residence through the development of a government lottery regulated. This design is permissible for people of all nations of the world, except those whose home country has witnessed in least 50,000 citizens to emigrate to the United States last year.

There are 50,000 of these types of visas issued each year. They are distributed regionally with countries with the smallest number of migrants are given the greatest number of visas. However, no country is assigned more than 7% (3,500) Total visas.

Residents of the following countries are currently not eligible to enroll in the next wave dispersion Because of their numbers DIV to migration:

Brazil – Canada – China (mainland-born) – Colombia – Dominican Republic – Ecuador – El Salvador – Guatemala – Haiti – Spain – Jamaica – Mexico – Venezuela – Peru – Philippines – Poland – South Korea – United Kingdom (except Northern Ireland) and its dependent territories – Vietnam

To enter the lottery, the applicant must: be a citizen of a country other than those mentioned above, and respond to education or work experience requirement of the DV program. To satisfy the education requirement of the applicant must have a degree school or its equivalent, defined as successful completion of a course 12 years of primary education and secondary. To meet the requirement of the applicant's work must have at least two years of work experience over the past five years in an occupation requiring at least two years training or experience. Ultimately, the U.S. Department of Labor database online Onet be used to determine the requirement of work experience.

About the Author

This article was written by Michael Spooner on behalf of CMB. Contact CMB if you are interested in learning more about the eb5 investor visa, also known as the immigrant investor visa.

issue of immigration in Australia?

I am a Canadian citizen. My wife remained in India with my kids.She child went to Australia instead of coming to Canada to be with his brother and his young my sister kids.She immigrant visas after receiving false information or documents on the custody. It was nothaving custody. I took matter with the Department of Immigration and I was right. To avoid deportaion (Migration Act 1958), this case had custody of my children and President-Elect in the company law, the Immigration Department told me that lawyer.Now give his decision because, after the childcare as they take the welfare of children very seriously. I can not even talk to my children. What should I do? Waiting for your advice. Saludos "

You must have the services of a lawyer who is based in Australia. Can appear in court on his behalf and represent their interests in custody cases. You need someone who is versed in family law. Good luck. : O)

What would you do to save your child? No deportation for Alejandro Henson from Canada