Showing posts from June, 2019

Create a video The Moments That Bring Us Closer new video in Facebook

The Moments That Bring Us Closer’ video is now making its way out to users on Android, iOS, and the web  new video in Facebook Facebook is out with a new video collage celebrating the time spent together. It’s called “The Moments Bring Us Closer.” And, it’s now rolling out to users via Android, iOS, and the web on desktop. As one might imagine, it’s a pre-produced video, incorporating a few captured personalized moments. Facebook ‘The Moments That Bring Us Closer’ Video Rolls Out to Android, iOS, Desktop The video comes at a time when the social network is attempting to get past its slew of recent scandals. Over the past several months, the social site has been found storing user passwords in plain text, using its various features to grab more personal data, and other questionable practices. Facebook currently releases monthly video collections, along with seasonal videos. The last time it released a video of this type was itsGood Adds Up, back in June 2017, when the company marked it

How to Enter the USA Green Card Lottery

The Diversity Visa Program, or “Green Card Lottery,” is an annual lottery run by the U.S. Department of State to allow about 50,000 people a chance to get a permanent resident visa to the USA. The visas provided under this program are reserved for natives of countries that have a traditionally low rate of immigration to the U.S. The application period for each year’s lottery is only about one month long, and there is very little opportunity to correct mistakes made when submitting documents – in fact, you can be disqualified for not filing the forms correctly. [1]  Therefore, it is very important to fill out your forms correctly and quickly. Here is how to apply for the Green Card Lottery. Part 1 Determine Eligibility 1 Consider if you want temporary or permanent admission into the United States. The Green Card Lottery is only for people who want to become permanent residents of the U.S. If you only want to stay in the U.S. temporarily – for example, for a vacation, to visit relatives,