According to our statistics every twentieth participant does actually obtain a Green Card, married couples have even double chances with each spouse filling an individual application. If you are not yet married, you have up to 12 months after receiving the winning notification to get married – and your spouse will be able to move to the USA with you!

What happens after you are selected as winner in the DV Lottery? You should know first that even if you win, you need to pass some hurdles: 100,000 winners are notified annually but only 55,000 will eventually receive the Green Card. Many winners are ill-prepared for the following bureaucracy and fail to receive their Green Card. Immigration Services helps all winners with all the applications and documents preparing until they receive their Immigrant Visa. Thus, your chances to obtain a Immigrant Visa once you are a winner are almost 100% if you take part through this site!


Our services for winners are:

  1. Immigration Services will submit all necessary documents and applications for all Institutions involved in immigration process and undergo further processing in order for you to get your Immigrant Visa. Visas are issued on a first come, first served basis.
  2. Our team of experts will help you translate and prepare necessary package of documents that needs to be submitted in English for U.S. Consular Interview and also provide you with a U.S. mail address for receiving the green card, in case you don’t have one.
  3. We will schedule all necessary appointments for US consular interview and Medical Commission.
  4. A successful interview can have greater positive impact in visa granting decision, that’s why our counselors will give you the best tips for your visa approval.


Top 10 Mistakes you can do at Visa Interviews:

Visa interview is most important part of the whole visa process. A successful interview can have greater positive impact in visa grant decision. Following are some of the most common mistakes people make during the interview.

Not Prepared Well for the Interview: Being prepared for interview can better equip you for the interview. A prior research and preparation for commonly asked questions and their appropriate answer will be helpful during the interview.

Not Providing Complete and Truthful Information: It is very important that you provide complete and truthful information. Any incomplete/false information can lead to unnecessary delay. False information can have severe impact on your future ability to apply for US visa. It may also cause you lot of frustration and legal actions against you.

Providing Incomplete Documentation: Must carry all the required documentation with complete and authentic information. Read all the prerequisites and prepare all the documents accordingly. Keeping your documentation well organized can also leave a positive impression on the consulate officer.

Not Carrying Appropriate Fee: US consulate has strict methods of payments. Make sure you know the method and the exact amount of the applicable fee. For example, most US consulates don’t accept cash as the payment method and would prefer separate bank drafts for visa application and visa issuance fee. Refer to an appropriate source for more detailed information.

Providing Unnecessary Extra Information: Do not give away any information voluntarily which is not being asked. In many cases, people trying to be over confident and over smart give out more detailed answers than is required. This may trigger additional related questions which may not work in your favor.

Inconsistent Information: Inconsistency in the information about what you provide in the documentation and what you say during the interview can go against your case.

Arguing with the Consulate Officer: Never ever make any arguments with the consulate officer. If you want some information ask in a polite manner.

Having Poor Communication: Poor communication is the number one reason reason that affect your case in a negative way. If you’re not good in English, you should request for a regional language interpreter.

Having too Much Communication (talking too much): Remember, you are the one being interviewed and not the other way around. So, keep your communication brief and to the point. Speak only when asked for an answer.

Appearing to be Nervous: Being confident can bring positive results. Especially, in case of visa interview where a consulate officer has to rely on limited information provided by you. Their judgment is highly influenced by the way you react to questions, your body language, and the authenticity of you answers.