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					                                                           Corso Italia, 8 – 20122 Milano – Tel 02 863.273 – Fax 02 869.3351
                                                                                    americanservice@usvisa.it www.usvisa.it
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GREEN CARD LOTTERY - DV 2010
The “Green Card Lottery”, officially called “Diversity Visa Lottery Program” was created for people who come
from countries with low rates of immigration to the United States. 50.000 immigrant visas are made available
through this program every year. None of these visa are available for people who come from countries that have
sent more than 50.000 immigrants to the Unitred States in the past five years. The State Department’s National
Visa holds the Lottery every year, and chooses winners randomly from all qualified entries. Anyone who is selected
under this lottery will be given the opportunity to apply for permanent residence. If permanent residence is granted
individual will be authorized to live and work permanently in the United States. You will also be allowed to bring
your spouse and any unmarried children under the age of 21 to the United States.


Countries that do not qualify for the “Lottery 2010” :

NORTH AMERICA , SOUTH AMERICA - CENTRAL AMERICA -
Canada – Brazil – Colombia – Dominican Republic – El Salvador – Guatemala – Haiti – Jamaica – Mexico

EUROPE:
United Kingdom (except Northern Ireland) and its dependent territories: Anguilla - Bermuda - British Virgin
Islands – Cayman Islands – Falkland Islands – Gibraltar – Montserrat – Pitcairn – St. Elena – Turks
and Caicos Islands
Russia – Poland

ASIA:
China (mainland) – South Korea – Philippines – Vietnam – India – Pakistan
Persons born in HONG KONG SAR, MACAU SAR, TAIWAN are eligible

Note: Those who were born in an ineligible country may still enter the Lottery if their spouse (legally married
husband or wife) or one of their parents were born in an eligible country.
On the application form - in the “note” space – write either the parent / spouse’s country of birth as “Native Country”,
in order to qualify. For example, if born in Canada (an ineligible country) but the spouse is born in Italy (an eligible
country) it is possible to enter the Green Card Lottery.
On the application form, “Canada” should be written as “Country of Birth” and “Italy” as “Native Country”.
This way qualifies the applicant to enter the Green Card Lottery.

American Service Center offers to interested people the opportunity to participate in the Lottery.
To enter the “Lottery 2010”, whose opening is set to begin 2 October 2008 until 2 December 2008,
proceed as follows:

1) Check our web-site: www.usvisa.it
2)   Download the ‘Form for Lottery’
3)   Fill it out accurately: write clearly, by hand, using a black or blue ballpoint pen, or typewriter.
     Answer all questions. Incomplete forms, in any detail, will be voided.

3)   The very important data to be inserted in the form are the following:
     • Surname and First Name
     •   Date of Birth (day, month, year)
     •   Place of Birth (city, province and state)
     •   Home Address (number, street, zip code, city, province and state)
     •   Home telephone number and Mobile / Cell Number
     •   Marital Status (married, single,divorced, separated)
     •   Spouse’s data (surname, name, DOB, place of birth, sex)
     •   Number of Children - NOT MARRIED – UNDER 21 Y.O..
     •   Children’s Data (surname, name, date and place of birth, sex)
     •   One Photo (37mm x 50mm) WHITE BACKGROUND of any person indicated in the form (applicant,
         spouse and children).
     •   You must have a minimum of a high school diploma reflecting the completion of a full course of
         study (vocation schools or equivalency degrees are not acceptable) or be a skilled worker in an
         occupation that requires at least two years of training or experience to qualify.

4)   Mail the form to: American Service Center – Corso Italia, 8 – 20122 Milano – Italia .

     Enclose the amount of Euro 60,00 or provide payment by “vaglia postale ordinario” (Postal order).
     Upon acceptance of your application we’ll send you a detailed official receipt.
     Late or wrong applications will be refunded except for postage ‘priority mail’ fees .
                                                               Corso Italia, 8 – 20122 Milano – Tel 02 863.273 – Fax 02 869.3351
                                                                                        americanservice@usvisa.it - www.usvisa.it
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                                                          GREEN CARD LOTTERY DV 2010



APPLICATION FORM




Surname…………………………………First and Middle Names………………………………


Other names…………………………… Date of Birth (dd-mm-yy)…………………………………………


Place of Birth (city, country, state)………………………………………………………………ZIP ………………….


Nationality……………………………… Marital Status ………………………………………….


Home address……………………………………………………………………………………….
( street, apt.number, zip code, city, state / province)

HomeTelephone …………………………Mobil Telephone …………………………….……..

Highest Level of Education (check note page 1/3) ……………………………………………………




Spouse



Surname …………………………………                                     First and Middle Name……………………………


Other names……………………………… Date of Birth (dd-mm-yy)……………………………………


Place of Birth (city, country, state)……………………………………………………………………………………….


Nationality………………………………… Marital Status ………………………………………


Home address……………………………………………………………………………………….
(street, apt.number, city, state/ province)



HomeTelephone ………………………… Mobil Telephone …………………………….…




                                                Fill out this form and mail it to:
                          American Service Center - Corso Italia, 8 – 20122 Milano
                                               Corso Italia, 8 – 20122 Milano – Tel 02 863.273 – Fax 02 869.3351
                                                                        americanservice@usvisa.it - www.usvisa.it




                                                        GREEN CARD LOTTERY DV 2010

APPLICATION FORM


       LIST ONLY UNMARRIED CHILDREN UNDER AGE OF 21 YEARS

Son / Daughter

Surname …………………………………First and Middle Name……………………………….

Other names…………………………… Date of Birth (dd-mm-yy)………………………………

Place of Birth (city, country, state)……………………………………………………………………………………….




Son / Daughter

Surname …………………………………First and Middle Name……………………………….

Other names…………………………… Date of Birth (dd-mm-yy)………………………………………

Place of Birth (city, country, state)…………………………………………………………………………………………



Son / Daughter

Surname ……………………………………First and Middle Name……………………………

Other names………………………………. Date of Birth (dd-mm-yy)………………………………………

Place of Birth (city, country, state)…………………………………………………………………………………………




Son / Daughter

Surname ……………………………………First and Middle Name……………………………...
Other names………………………………. Date of Birth (dd-mm-yy)………………………………………

Place of Birth (city, country, state)…………………………………………………………………………………………




                                 Fill out this form and mail it to:
                 American Service Center - Corso Italia, 8 – 20122 Milano
                                        Corso Italia, 8 – 20122 Milano – Tel 02 863.273 – Fax 02 869.3351
                                                                  americanservice@usvisa.it - www.usvisa.it

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                          TERMS AND CONDITIONS


The 2010 Diversity Immigrant Visa Program

Each year the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program makes available permanent visas to
persons meeting the eligibility requirements: Applicant for diversity visas, who are
initially chosen through a random computer-generated lottery drawing, must
demonstrate that they have either a high school education or its equivalent or two
years of work experience within the past five years in an occupation requiring at least
two years of training or experience.

About “American Service Center”

You understand that “American Service Center” does not represent and is not anyway
affiliated to, or endorsed by the U.S.Governement.
We are not a governement Agency.
We are an independent organization dedicated to help individuals and their families
through the Green Card Lottery application process.
“American Service Center” is not a law firm and does not provide any legal advice.


DV-2010 is a Lottery and there is no guarantee of winning

You understand and agree that the Diversity Visa Lottery Program is a Lottery, even
the application that are submitted correctly are not guaranteed to win. You understand
that “American Service Center” assists you in submitting your Green Card Lottery
application,but does not provide better or expedited processing or improve your
chances of winning.
Winners will be selected randomly by the State Department computer from all eligible
entries.
You understand that you may submit an application on your own without any use of our
services.

Privacy

You understand and agree that “American Service Center” will handle your information
and records only for the necessary application process with the “Diversity Immigrant
Visa Program”. If you are concerned about the handling of your personal information
please do not mail the forms to us and submit the application on your own without any
use of our services.
Continuing use of our services by you following the terms and conditions will mean you
accept any and all of our conditions.



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       For information on U.S.Visa please visit our web-site: www.usvisa.it




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