Studying in the U.S. is a big dream for many international students. But studying at an American Universitiy is often extremely expensive so it is not uncommon for Americans to either start saving money at a very early age or taking out high loans in order to pay for their studies. But they do it because higher education has its cost but pays off - not only for your résumé!
Starting into the New Year is a great opportunity to reflect the past year, to make plans for the future, personal goals and dreams and to ask ourselves one very important question: “What really makes me happy?”.
Thank you for participating in this year's Green Card Lottery DV-2017 with The American Dream. Keeping you posted about the status of your application is our top priority – accordingly we have sent an official certificate of submission for the Green Card Lottery DV-2017 to every participant via mail.
Here's a quick reminder to let you know that this year's deadline to sign up for the official U.S. Green Card Lottery DV-2017 is getting closer: For those who dream of a life in the United States, the Green Card is not only "nice to have" but a necessity.
Pop Quiz! What does a Green Card look like? Green, obviously. Credit Card sized with a passport photo and signature underneath. Not quite correct. More and more Green Cards have no signature but instead the printed words "signature waived".
Winning the Green Card Lottery: Check. Receiving an invitation to the consulate: Check. But what happens if you leave the Consulate General in Frankfurt in the middle of your visa issuance appointment, thinking it was already over and everything was settled?
The emigration destination per se in the USA is and remains the state Florida – about a third of our Green Card winners end up there! One of the main reasons may be the outstanding climate, after all, Florida is called the “Sunshine State”.