Imagine that you have decided to enter the Green Card Program and you have the application before you. What would you do if you come across a part of the application that you don't understand? What do you do if your first language is not English and you find the all-important application confusing or incomprehensible? How will you know if your application and your photo are acceptable? You will need to get the help of Green Card Program application professionals like those at Green Card Experts.
There are number of details that will have to be attended to when it comes time to fill in the green card application. Further, the US Immigration Department is no longer accepting any paper DV Program entries. Applications are filed electronically and they will have to be completed before the Visa Program deadline established by US Immigration.
Meanwhile, the photograph submitted by applicants must meet a number of requirements. When submitting a photo for a Green Card Program entry, you are going to need to make sure that the photo is absolutely perfect: otherwise your application may be rejected. For instance, your face cannot be turned to the left or to the right, but it should be facing directly to the front when the picture is taken. Also, your head should not be tilted back or forward. In addition, the picture must not cut off your image abruptly: there needs to be a decent amount of space between one's face and the edge of the photo.
The size of the photograph taken matters a great deal because you will be uploading the image electronically. The size should be 4 x 4 inches (or 10 x 10 cm) and digital submissions must have a resolution of 600 x 600 pixels. Photos that are over-pixilated or photos that are under-pixilated will not be considered by US Immigration. Additionally, you will find that all photos must be in a specific format: JPEG only. Meanwhile: the more applicants within a family that apply, the more photos that will need to be taken. You cannot take a single photo of the entire family, as it would be impossible to create a green card in the event that you should be selected in the Green Card Program for entry into the United States.
It is highly advised that when getting your picture taken for your Green Card Program application that you just wear clean, everyday attire. It is not recommended that individuals wear military attire, work uniforms, or anything other than casual clothing. Also, don't submit a photo that was taken earlier and has remained in a photo album containing your favorite pictures from your latest adventures! This photo must be taken specifically for the US Immigration Department's review. Photos are expected to be plain with no vivid backgrounds or other distracting objects.
You must also have your eyes visible in the photograph taken. If you are wearing sunglasses, tinted glasses, or if you accidentally have your eyes closed, the picture will be unusable for the purpose of a Green Card Program submission. Color contacts must not be worn when taking your image. Hats are also forbidden. The US Immigration Department needs a clear image of what you look like with no frills: after all, if you are accepted in the Visa Program, your photo will be used on the green card for identification purposes.