Fourth, the bill eliminates the Diversity Visa program, dubbed the green-card lottery. This lottery, established through the Immigration Act of 1990 and administered by the Department of State, provides 50,000 immigrant visas to applicants from countries with low immigration rates to the . in order to diversify the American population of immigrants. The only requirements that exist, in addition to general requirements such as having a means of support and no criminal history, are that applicants must be born in an eligible country (some of which include Kenya, Fiji, Bahrain, and Guyana) and must have “at least a high school education or its equivalent, or . . within five years of the date of application for a visa . . at least 2 years of work experience in an occupation which requires at least 2 years of training or experience.” The poll found that a plurality (45 percent) of respondents support getting rid of this program.