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  • The State Department was sued by thousands of potential green-card winners after a computer error hurt their chances for U.S. residency .

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  • Launched in 1990 to promote diversity in the immigrant population, the green-card lottery is now open to people from almost anywhere in the world, except countries that already have a large number of nationals in the U.S., including Mexico, China, India and the Philippines.

    Green Card Applicants File Suit Over Glitch

  • One of my working colleagues from Ukraine started to tell me what troubles she has in getting green-card.

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  • The suit asks that the U.S. government restore its "broken commitment," stating that chosen individuals had "lawfully and properly" followed rules set forth by the State Department and thought they were among the "lucky few" selected to proceed with the green-card application.

    Green Card Applicants File Suit Over Glitch

  • One of my working colleagues from Ukraine started to tell me what troubles she has in getting green-card.

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  • (FYI, green-card holders are not considered international.)

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  • Launched in 1990 to promote diversity in the immigrant population, the green-card lottery is now open to people from almost anywhere in the world, except countries that already boast a large number of nationals in the U.S., including Mexico, China, India and the Philippines.

    U.S. Green-Card Lottery Scrutinized After Blunder

  • Finally, we should increase the numbers of H-1B visas for highly skilled workers and reform the employment-based green-card process.

    Sarbox and Immigration Reform for Jobs

  • The State Department's Inspector General is reviewing the government's green-card lottery after this year's results were scratched and thousands of people who had been told they won a chance for a U.S. resident visa were later notified they would have to re-enter the drawing.

    U.S. Green-Card Lottery Scrutinized After Blunder

  • A lawsuit has been filed against the State Department in federal court seeking to reinstate thousands of potential green-card winners whose chance of obtaining U.S. residency was scuttled because of a government computer error.

    Green Card Applicants File Suit Over Glitch

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