Many people dream of moving to America to work and live and raise their families. The U.S. has particular requirements that must be met in order to move to the country.
USAFIS has been helping immigrants with their move to the U.S. for years. If you are interested in moving to the United States of America to live and work under the DV Lottery Requirement, one of the requirements is regarding your education or work experience.
It is not necessary to have both educational and work experience requirements, but it is necessary to meet at least one of the two. Due to different circumstances in people’s lives, the United States requirements allows for those of one or the other to participate in the DV Lottery Program. USAFIS is available to answer your questions to help you understand which of the two requirements will work for you.
One option for the DV Lottery requirements is the amount of education that you have received. The education requirement is completion of high school, which is a total of twelve years of education at both the elementary and secondary levels.
If you don’t meet the educational requirements, you must meet the work experience requirement in order to participate in the DV Lottery Program. This means that you have at least 2 years of work experience during the last 5 years in a qualifying occupation. Your job must have provided you with at least 2 years of experience or on-the-job training, and this must be approved by the United States State Department in order to participate in the Green Card Lottery.
USAFIS has helped people who fulfill the educational requirements and also those with work experience.
The U.S. Department of Labor has a website, O*Net Online Database, that will determine whether your work experience qualifies you for the Green Card Lottery. For example, the site will indicate if your occupation is designated as a “Job Zone 4 or 5, classified in a Specific Vocational Preparation (SVP) range of 7.0 or higher.”
As you can see, participation in the U.S. Green Card Lottery requires either a high school education or approved work experience (in addition to being born in an eligible country). Contact USAFIS today to get your questions answered.
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