Welcome to America!
Apply for a merit-based Green Card!
Secure your future
America is known for its excellent business climate, top-ranking universities and a high standard of living. The U.S. Green Card will give you access to endless opportunities to create a great future for yourself and your family.
A merit-based Green Card takes into consideration your skills, education and achievements. These qualities are weighted and awarded points. When a certain threshold is reached, you become eligible for immigration under the new RAISE Act.
When the RAISE act is implemented, the United States will only accept immigration based on merits. The Diversity Immigrant Visa program -Green Card lottery- is obsolete and will no longer be supported. Make sure you're registered for merit-based immigration!
Don't be too late!
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will accept a limited number of applications for each fiscal year. It is therefore paramount that your application is received by USCIS the very moment this opportunity is available; we make sure of just that!
Our service deliveres your application to USCIS in-time; giving you the best possible edge to a U.S. Green Card.
> What is a U.S. Green Card?
A Green Card is officially called a U.S. Permanent Resident Card. It allows you to work, study and retire in the United States. With a U.S. Green Card you can make the United States your new home.
> How to obtain a merit-based Green Card?
1. Create your account and check eligibility.
2. Submit your application.
3. Your application is sent to USCIS by the very moment applications are accepted.
4. Status updates are shown in your account.
> How much does submitting an application cost?
It costs 29 USD. You'll get a personal account manager who is responsible for making sure your application is received by USCIS complete and in-time.
> Are any countries excluded from this program?
The diversity immigrant visa program (Green Card lottery) excluded a number of countries every year.
The Merit-based program does not excluded any country. Only U.S. citizens and Green Card holders are excluded.
> How will you handle my personal data?