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Cuba Visa Lottery: 2025

Nov 17 , 2023

The “Visa Lottery” for Cuba a.k.a. “Diversity Immigrant Visa” is a scheme established by the United States government to enable nationals of certain countries having low levels of immigration to the United States to obtain a permanent residency visa, also known as a “green card”,

The main purpose of the Visa Lottery is to diversify the immigrant pool in the United States by giving the opportunity to obtain a green card to people from countries who have historically had low rates of immigration to the United States. This provides citizens of diverse origins and nationalities a legal opportunity to migrate to the United States.

The registration period for the year 2025 has recently closed. This edition’s results will be made public in May 2024 and those who pass will be given up to one year to travel to the United States.

What are the implications of the Visa Lottery process for Cuba?

Registration period

The U.S. Department of State announces every year the registration period, often within a specific month, when participants can register online free of charge.

Eligibility requirements

Participants must be citizens of a country eligible to participate in the lottery, have completed at least secondary education or have qualified work experience, and meet other requirements specified by the programme.

Random draw

At the end of the registration period, a random draw will take place among all participants. Those who are selected in the lottery are notified and have the opportunity to move forward in the immigrant visa application process.

Visa application process

Those selected in the Visa Lottery must complete an immigrant visa application, undergo security checks, medical examinations, and meet other requirements set by U.S. immigration law.

Please note that participation in the Visa Lottery does not automatically grant you an immigrant visa. In addition, it is essential to follow the instructions and requirements of the programme, as well as to be aware of any updates to policies and important dates.

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