Thursday, March 20, 2008

Win a Green Card! Enter now! It's fun and It's free!

A lot of people find themselves living in America by chance. They are the beneficiaries of the Green Card Lottery.

If you live in the United States, you may never have seen an ad like this. I ran across it when I was accessing the Web in Romania.

Our rulers in the federal government do not believe we have enough diversity in the United States. So they have devised something called the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program:
From the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Consular Affairs Visa Services:
The congressionally mandated Diversity Immigrant Visa Program is administered on an annual basis by the Department of State and conducted under the terms of Section 203(c) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). Section 131 of the Immigration Act of 1990 (Pub. L. 101-649) amended INA 203 to provide for a new class of immigrants known as "diversity immigrants" (DV immigrants).
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services explains:
Each year, the Diversity Lottery (DV) Program makes 55,000 immigrant visas available through a lottery to people who come from countries with low rates of immigration to the United States. Of such visas, 5,000 are allocated for use under NACARA beginning with DV '99. The State Department (DOS) holds the lottery every year, and randomly selects approximately 110,000 applicants from all qualified entries. The DOS selects the approximately 110,000 applications since many will not complete the visa process. However once 55,000 are issued or the fiscal year ends, the DV program is closed. If you receive a visa through the Diversity Visa Lottery Program you 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.
If you are an indigenous American, especially if you are non-hispanic white, especially especially if you are of Anglo-Saxon or Celtic ancestry, your rulers do not much care for your kind. It is a constant sore point for them that they cannot "disappear" you, as governments in more efficient countries flush away citizens who do not fit in with the rulers' vision.

However, ingenuity has always been a strong point of the United States, so quite acceptable work-arounds have been developed. Short of abolishing a white-majority U.S. outright, the rulers have been forced to flood the country with new residents from properly diverse sources. The most successful method has been to (off the books, of course) stop enforcing border controls, thereby allowing endless spillover from Latin America.

But unlimited illegal immigration is not enough for our rulers. The diversicrats also give away permanent residency, legally, by lottery or by family relationship:

The relatives which may be sponsored as an immigrant vary depending on whether the sponsor is a U.S. Citizen or a lawful permanent resident.

  • If the sponsor is a U.S. Citizen, they may petition for the following foreign national relatives to immigrate to the U.S:
    • Husband or wife
    • Unmarried child under 21 years of age
    • Unmarried son or daughter over 21
    • Married son or daughter of any age
    • Brother or sister, if the sponsor is at least 21 years old, or
    • Parent, if the sponsor is at least 21 years old.
  • If the sponsor is a lawful permanent resident, they may petition for the following foreign national relatives to immigrate to the U.S.:
    • Husband or wife, or
    • Unmarried son or daughter of any age
One out of 60 entrants in the Green Card lottery wins, according to the ad. That's better odds than you'll get for any serious prize should you take a flutter in your state lottery.

Enter now! It's fun and it's free!


1 comment:

Anonymous said...


Hi, your wonderful blog absolutely reflects light but the resultant affect out here at the reader's end is a sense that our times are earnestly "Reflecting Blight" - "Perspecting Night" - "Declining Zeit" - and stuff like that.

Do not rest thy Thor-like hammer.

Did you ever spot Roy Beck's <Chain Migration Chart> ?

Zoom in deep for the extra depressive details supported by the text on the second page: "The impact of a single 'guest worker' over a 15 year period...would result in the permanent immigration to the United States of 273 individuals, not counting the 100 or so cousins..."

- BT