Registration Information for Diversity Green Card Lottery

The annual Diversity Immigrant Visa Lottery, which makes available 50,000 permanent resident visas ("green cards") to natives of countries deemed to have low rates of immigration to the U.S., is now open for online registration until November 6, 2018.  The Diversity Lottery is FREE and applications must be filed online through the official Department of State Diversity Lottery website.  Please visit the State Department Diversity Immigrant visa information site for eligibility information and to apply.  

Only applicants from certain eligible countries can apply in the Diversity Lottery, and must meet certain educational or work requirements (i.e. having a high school education or having worked in 2 of the last 5 years in a qualifying occupation).  

Lottery winners will be selected at random next year and can check whether they have been selected starting May 1, 2019.

Diversity Visa Green Card Lottery Is Accepting Applications

The annual Diversity Immigrant Visa Lottery, which makes available 50,000 permanent resident visas ("green cards") to natives of countries deemed to have low rates of immigration to the U.S., is now open for online registration until November 7, 2017.  The Diversity Lottery is FREE and applications must be filed online through the official Department of State Diversity Lottery website.  Please visit the State Department Diversity Immigrant visa information site for eligibility information and to apply.  

Only applicants from certain eligible countries can apply in the Diversity Lottery, and must meet certain educational or work requirements (i.e. having a high school education or having worked in 2 of the last 5 years in a qualifying occupation).  

Lottery winners will be selected at random next year and can check whether they have been selected starting May 1, 2018.

Diversity Visa Winners Annouced

The 2018 USA Diversity Visa Lottery winners have been announced. If you applied, confirm if you've won a "green card" and lawful permanent residence at dvlottery.state.gov.  You will need your entry confirmation number, last name, and year of your birth to check the results.

If you are selected in the lottery, you will be given instructions in Entrant Status Check about how to apply for your immigrant visa for yourself and family members.

The Diversity Immigrant Visa Program provides U.S. lawful permanent residence to 50,000 individuals each year from countries with historically low levels of immigration to the U.S.  Applications for the 2018 fiscal year were open from October 1 - November 3, 2016.

Diversity Visa (Green Card) Lottery is Open

The annual Diversity Immigrant Visa Lottery, which makes available 50,000 permanent resident visas ("green cards") to natives of countries deemed to have low rates of immigration to the U.S., is now open for online registration until November 7, 2016.  The Diversity Lottery is FREE and applications must be filed online through the official Department of State Diversity Lottery website.  Please visit the State Department Diversity Immigrant visa information site for eligibility information and to apply.  

Only applicants from certain eligible countries can apply in the Diversity Lottery, and must meet certain educational or work requirements (i.e. having a high school education or having worked in 2 of the last 5 years in a qualifying occupation).  

Lottery winners will be selected at random next year and can check whether they have been selected starting May 2, 2017.

Diversity Visa Lottery Winners Announced

The 2017 USA Diversity Visa Lottery winners have been announced. If you applied, confirm if you've won a "green card" and lawful permanent residence at dvlottery.state.gov.  You will need your entry confirmation number, last name, and year of your birth to check the results.

If you are selected in the lottery, you will be given instructions in Entrant Status Check about how to apply for your immigrant visa for yourself and family members.

The Diversity Immigrant Visa Program provides U.S. lawful permanent residence to 50,000 individuals each year from countries with historically low levels of immigration to the U.S.  Applications for the 2017 fiscal year were open from October 1 - November 3, 2015.