Green Card Registrations explode Amidst the Unclear Fate of US Immigration Reform.
San Francisco, California - July 28th, 2015 - Although the Diversity Visa program continues to support legal immigration, the road to widespread changes remains in flux. The international trend of migration to the United States is a phenomenon that has well predated the country's history, and continues to thrive and prevail stronger than ever. The United States remains the land of the free and the home of the brave, serving as a global beacon of hope and opportunity. People all over the globe choose to immigrate to the United States for a number of reasons that will ultimately lead them to the path of safety, success, and dream fulfillment.
While the reasons are plenty, key points of the desire to immigrate to the US include but are not limited to job and educational opportunities, freedom from religious and political persecution, and the increased ability to lead healthy and happy lives both for one's family's and one's own future prosperity.
Reform under pressure: big names call for big changes
Major American figures have taken a clear stance on their desired approaches to immigration reform. President Barack Obama has newly deemed June "Immigration Heritage Month" as part of a public effort to drive his proposed immigration laws through Congress.
"One of the remarkable things about America is that nearly all of our families originally came from someplace else. We're a nation of immigrants," Obama stated in his first weekly address of the month. His focus on the historical foundation of the nation's population clearly speaks to his desire to grant 4 million undocumented people temporary resident status, given they pass a set of qualifications including a criminal background check and having resided in the United States for five or more years.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has also gained attention with FWD.us, his immigration reform nonprofit. FWD.us seeks to provide more relaxed immigration laws in order to legally hire and retain qualified international workers, particularly those within the high-tech industry whose specialties are highly valued in Silicon Valley.
Green card lottery continues to support diversity
In order to draw in a more diverse pool of immigrants, the US Department of State annually issues 50,000 green cards, or permanent resident visas, through the Diversity Visa (DV) Lottery program. The program aims to attract internationals from countries with presently low levels of immigration to the United States. Green cards enable immigrants and their families the legal right to work, live, and study in America.
"The Green Card Lottery is an exceptional federal program that has absorbed hundreds of thousands of immigrants into the United States, further diversifying American culture," says Emma Louise, the Head of Customer Services for Global USA Green Card, a private organization that provides supplemental and valuable assistance with the Green Card (Diversity Visa) Lottery application. Louise adds: "We are experiencing a huge increase in the amount of visitors to our website this year. We already received over 360,000 visitors and over 40,000 individuals registered with their full details to receive support from one of our highly experienced immigration experts."
Given the complex and rigid structure of the government website's application, private entities like Global USA Green Card offer 24/7 support and guidance that ensures the successful submission of all application materials. Louise notes that up to 90% of their applicants submit ineligible photos and information, which Global USA Green Card then corrects and validates for an acceptable application.
While widespread immigration reform continues to be a pressing issue for both Obama and the 2016 presidential ballot, initiatives like the Green Card Lottery will proceed in their regulated manners to facilitate a consistent flow of new immigrants with full legal and residential rights.
About Global USA Green Card Organization
GUSGC offers trustworthy guidance and support to applicants of the US Diversity Visa (DV) Lottery program. The organization guarantees the successful submission of application materials, both on time and in full, and strive to make the immigration process as clear, simple, and streamlined as possible.The combination of advanced web application systems, user friendly interfaces and highly trained 24/7 immigration experts leads to a quick and streamlined process to ensure participation in the Green Card Lottery and hopefully fulfill the dreams of millions of individuals all over the world to live, work, study and even open a business in the United States of America.
For more information, visit www.globalusagreencard.org