Try Your Luck in USA 2017 Diversity Immigrant Visa Program

People love free stuff, even when it is about such important decisions like changing countries and lives. So here’s good news for those who want to move to USA: Diversity Immigrant Visa Program 2017 (AKA DV-2017) is now open again to try your luck.

Here’s a link to the US State Department Web site where you can apply: DV-2017
The application timing is strictly limited from October 1st till November 3rd 2015.

Read the instructions first to make sure you are eligible.

Here’s also a handy video tutorial on how to submit an entry in the right way:

I hope this year we will be free of bugs and hackers like in some instances before.

Here’s a an official guide to experiencing the United States of America:


US 2012 Diversity Visa Lottery Bug

usagov_logoIf you have never heard about USA 2012 Electronic Diversity Lottery program, then you most probably you already live in the United States of America. This lottery takes place every year and everybody whose country is considered eligible can participate and try his or her luck to win so-called Green card. Now, look what happened. Results of 2012 Green Card lottery became available as of May 2011 thru checking the official website with entrants unique confirmation numbers. Theoretically most of 22’000 people selected in the results could realize how amazingly lucky they were, yet two weeks later disaster hit: the lottery results have been voided due to programming error!

Here’s the official explanation: “A computer programming error resulted in a selection that was not truly random. Since the computer programming error caused an outcome that was not random, the outcome did not meet the requirements of the law, and would have been unfair to many DV entrants.” Yet the 2012 program is not cancelled, which is a great news, and those who already applied will be able to check new lottery results as of July 15 2011.

The US officials refuse the idea that Department of State could be hacked and the entrants personal information is in danger, saying that they have “no evidence that this problem was caused by any intentional act. No unauthorized party accessed data related to the DV program.”