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I WON THE GREEN CARD LOTTERY! | German Girl in America

I won the green card lottery in the US! I share my green card success story, and hopefully you can learn something about the process of the DV lottery 🙂

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About me: Hi there! My name is Felicia (Feli) and I’m from Munich, Germany. I’m 25 and have spent about two years in total in Cincinnati, Ohio where I first did an exchange semester, then an internship, and then attended graduate school. In my videos, I am talking about cultural differences between America and Germany, things I like and dislike about living there, and other experiences that I have made during my time in the States. Let me know what YOU would like to hear about in the comments below. DANKE 🙂
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30 COMMENTS

  1. I have won the lottery but I dont plan on spending forever in USA.. I want to go for a few years. Can I tell this to them at the interview or would it go against me?

  2. I am from Texas. I have only here of a green card in reference to immigration for work. the United States needs more cute, white German girls to compensate for the Mexicans legal and illegal.🇲🇽🇩🇪

  3. Why do you have a lotery for immigration?
    It makes no sense to me. Shouldn't it be based on any kind of fact based protocol?
    (I don't make any point about the amount of immigrants or sth. Just why do it at random?)

  4. Also, wenn man die Green Card hat, und nach Deutschland zurück geht und; sagen wir 5 Jahre in Deutschland bleibt und dann wieder zurück in die US möchte, kann man das immer noch? Oder läuft die Green Card irgendwann ab?

  5. My family is from Ireland. My Mom’s 2 oldest brothers got their US citizenship fighting for the US in WWII. Everyone else had to apply. Mom was the lucky baby because she was born in the Bronx (New York) so she automatically had US & Irish citizenship. Feli, we are glad to have you 🕊

  6. Hey, you are German and sounds like English native speaker, how did you do that? Just practicing or learning both languages since you born?
    Glad to see that pretty girl in U.S.

  7. I saw a comment of Monalisa Tinsley on the internet saying that there is a priest who help win the lottery from Africa, The first question i ask my self was why will he say this on the internet!!! because to me it was ridiculous to let people know about such secret. But i am a person who believe in spiritual powers because i have seen it work when i visited India years back. All i did was to give a try and truly i won $22 Million jackpot and my life has changed since i became a winner. I promise the priest that i will tell the whole world about him because he brought me out of bankrupt. I cant give the world money but i can give people a good advise to contact this good man for lottery help. His whatsapp number is +2348163083041 and his email address is templeofpermanenthealings@gmail. com

  8. The criminal record thing can be sketchy. What something in USA is totally legal could be an outright felony in a different country. For example a person in insert country here is in deep trouble with the law for not bowing down and kissing the king's ring. That person escaped that country to avoid going to jail and he/she has an arrest warrant. Will US Government allow that person to enter, knowing that person is wanted for opposition of the tyrannical king?

  9. Congratulation! I have just filled in the DS-260 and I was asked to submit the documents on the next day. You explained that your DV Visa was lasted for 4 years. But if I leave US for 3.5 years after activating my green card, will my green card be expired? If yes, what is the meaning of these 4 years DV visa? Another question is how does the re-entry permit works?

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