Country Of Origin Eligibility
This criterion applies to the country in which you were born. In other words, only natives from specific countries meet this requirement. This is the minimal requirement for qualifying to register to the Diversity Visa Lottery. Usually, the ineligible countries are such that have a “high-admission”.
If your country of origin is not listed, there are two other ways that may still be eligible:
Education and Work Eligibility
The second requirement refers to the education or work experience the applicant should have. This requirement is assessed through the submission of relevant documents. Similar to the first criterion, if you do not meet this requirement but your spouse does, they could be the main applicant. It should also be noted that only the principal applicant needs to meet this criterion.
To quality for this, you should have one of the two:
One cannot submit a request if they do not meet at least one of these criteria. If you do not meet one of these requirements, you will have to consider completing your high school diploma or acquiring a course that is regarded as equivalent to 12 yeas of basic elementary.
Green Card Photo Requirements
After you have met the previous requirements, you will be asked to submit photos (sometimes of your spouse and children too). The requirements for this photo might overly complex, and if not done properly, might even cause disqualification. So, here is a list – make sure you check it twice!