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On September 9, , the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia preliminarily enjoined the Department of State from applying the November prioritization policy guidance to diversity visa (“DV”)  applicants and ordered the Department to undertake good-faith efforts to expeditiously process DV applications (including derivative beneficiaries) by September 30,   The court stated that the Department may not rely on the November  prioritization guidance to “foreclose or prohibit embassy personnel, consular officers, or any administrative processing center (such as the KCC) from processing, reviewing, or adjudicating a diversity visa or derivative beneficiary application” and clarified that the order “does not affect the prioritization scheme as to any other visa category or in any other respect.”  The court further explained the order “does not prevent any embassy personnel, consular officer, or administrative processing center from prioritizing the processing, adjudication, or issuance of visas based on resource constraints, limitations due to the COVID pandemic, or country conditions.”

In accordance with the order, the Department of State has instructed consular sections to make every effort within their discretion and subject to posts’ resource constraints, limitations due to the COVID pandemic, and country conditions to prioritize the scheduling and adjudication of additional DV cases by September 30,   It is important to note that the court did not order the Department to “prioritize DV applications over other visa applications.”  The court also did not order the Department to prioritize the adjudication of DV applications of plaintiffs who have sued the Department over the DV applications of non-plaintiffs.  The court further said that posts do not have to “drop everything and process DV applications.”

In accordance with the requirements in the Immigration and Nationality Act and applicable regulations, DV cases will continue to be processed in rank order as required by law, and applicants must be documentarily qualified, have paid all requisite application fees, be able to obtain the required medical exam by a panel physician, and demonstrate that they are eligible for a visa before visa issuance.  DV applicants may be issued a visa through the end of the fiscal year, on or before September 30,  

If a consular section has the capacity to schedule your DV case, you will receive a notification by email to check the Entrant Status Check site.  Many diversity visa processing posts are getting emails directly from diversity visa applicants.  The Department has instructed posts to respond to those general inquiries about the September 9th Order and DV processing with the following message:  "We are aware of the court order dated September 9,  from the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia regarding the diversity visa (“DV”) program.  In accordance with that order, post is making good-faith efforts to expeditiously process DV applications (including derivative beneficiaries) by September 30,   We will continue to process DV cases in rank order as required by law, subject to our resource constraints, limitations due to the COVID pandemic, and country conditions.  If post has the capacity to schedule your case, you will receive a notification by email to check the Entrant Status Check site.”

Sours: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/News/visas-news/diversity-visaupdate.html

Official DV Lottery Green Card Program

The Diversity Visa Program (DV Lottery) is congressionally-mandated and allows up to 55, persons from nations that are historically under-represented in terms of migration to the United States of America to qualify each year for immigrant visas which are also known as Green Cards.

The program is called the “Green Card Lottery” or "dvlottery", because the winners are determined through a random drawing from among the 10–12 million people who enter each year world wide.

The US is proud to be a country of immigrants. However, far more people are coming to the USA from certain countries than from others. For example, just those immigrating from Mexico, China and the Philippines are by far outnumbering those from most of the other countries accumulated. In order to maintain a diversity in the population, US laws regulate immigration from particular regions of the world.

For this reason the USA has been randomly distributed 55, so called Green Cards in the DV Lottery every year since

You can enter the U.S. Diversity Visa Lottery for free at www.state.gov or use our service if you need any help with the application process. www.dvlottery.com is powered by The American Dream - US GreenCard Service GmbH, a government licensed immigration consultancy. We are not affiliated with the U.S. Government or any government agency. 

Sours: https://www.dvlottery.com/
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U.S. Visas

Each year, the Department of State conducts a random selection of Diversity Immigrant Visa (DV) applicants, based on allocations of available visas in each region and country, from all registered entries. On or about May 8, , information on the Entrant Status Check on the Electronic Diversity Visa (E-DV) website is updated to inform all entrants if their online registration was selected or not. You will need to enter your confirmation number, which you obtained when you filled out your entry form, to check your entry status. If you have lost your confirmation number, you will not be able to check the status of your entry. We will not be able to resend the confirmation number to you. Please note: The Department of State will not mail notification letters or notify selectees by email. U.S. embassies and consulates will not provide a list of selectees. Entrant Status Check on the E-DV website is the ONLY means by which the Department of State notifies selectees of their selection.

Entrants in the Diversity Visa program may check the status of their entries on the E-DV website from May 8, through September 30, .

Sours: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/diversity-visa-program-entry/diversity-visa-submit-entry1/diversity-visa-selection-of-applicants.html

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