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Diversity Visa Program Entry

DV-2020 Program: Online registration for the DV-2019 Program runs from Wednesday, October 3, 2018 at 12:00 noon, Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) (GMT-4), and concludes on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 12:00 noon, Eastern Standard Time (EST) (GMT-4)



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Entries for the DV-2020 DV program must be submitted electronically at between noon, Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) (GMT-4), Wednesday, October 3, 2018, and noon, Eastern Standard Time (EST) (GMT-5), Wednesday, November 7, 2018 Do not wait until the last week of the registration period to enter, as heavy demand may result in website delays. No late entries or paper entries will be accepted...

Info requested on the form...
*Official full names
*Date, Month & Year of birth
*City you were born
*Country you were born
*Country of eligibility
*Passport size photo (Soft copy)
*Mailing address
*Country where you live
*Email address
*Highest education level achieved
>>>Note: it's FREE FREE FREE to apply<<<



October 4 marks the opening of registration for the Diversity Visa (DV) 2018 Program, which annually makes available up to 55,000 U.S. immigrant visas to people from countries with historically low rates of immigration to the United States. For many, receiving an immigrant visa to the United States can be a dream come true. But if you’re applying, don’t let scammers turn your experience into a nightmare. The State Department’s Office of Visa Services warns that scam emails about the diversity visa program are on the rise.

You can only register for the 2018 Diversity Visa Program using the official website. But remember, registration closes at noon, Eastern Standard Time (GMT-5) on Wednesday, November 7, 2018. A random selection process will then be used to choose the applicants who may continue the application process.

If you are planning to enter the diversity visa program, avoid the scams by remembering these tips:

Look for .gov

Only visa information on U.S. government websites ending in “.gov” is official. Official U.S. government email addresses also end in “.gov”. Any visa-related correspondence coming from an address that does not end with “.gov” is suspect. Don’t be fooled by images of the U.S. flag, U.S. Capitol, White House or Statue of Liberty. Anything on the internet that does not end with “.gov” is likely a scam.

Never send money for your diversity visa application

There is no fee to enter the DV program.  Fees for the DV application process are paid to the U.S. Embassy or consulate cashier at the time of your scheduled visa interview appointment, only after you have been selected. You will pay in person. The U.S. government will never ask you to send payment in advance by check, money order or wire transfer.

There’s only one place to find out your status: online

DV applicants must check their status online through the DV Entrant Status Check at The U.S. government may send a reminder email but will neither communicate by traditional mail nor inform successful applicants by email. The only way to know if you’ve been selected to make a visa application is by monitoring the status-check webpage.

For more information on how to avoid being scammed, check out the State Department’s website on Diversity Visa Program scams.



Green Card

DV-2019 (green card) Entrants can now check their status below

They will need the confirmation number provided during the submission, last name of the primary applicant and the year of birth of the applicant.

Kindly follow this link to check the status