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    Important Notice about DV-2011: The DV-2011 Diversity Visa Lottery online entry registration period has ended; therefore, registrations cannot be entered
    now.
    The DV-2011 Diversity Visa lottery entry registration period was between noon, Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) (GMT-4), Friday,
    October 2, 2009, and noon, Eastern Standard Time (EST) (GMT-5), Monday, November 30, 2009.
    Review the DV-2011 Instructions and this webpage.


    Overview
    DV Lottery 2012 Online Registration
    Fraud Warning
    DV Lottery 2011 Status Check
    Lottery Winner Notification
    Diversity Visa Lottery Results
    Qualifying Occupations
    Rewards For Justice
    Additional Resources


    Overview

    The
    Congressionally mandated Diversity Immigrant Visa Program makes
    available 50,000 diversity visas (DV) annually, drawn from random
    selection among all entries to persons who meet strict eligibility
    requirements from countries with low rates of immigration to the United
    States.

    DV Lottery 2012 Online Registration

    Check
    back later for information about the upcoming DV Lottery 2012
    registration period, scheduled to start in October 2010. Entrants will
    apply on Form DS-5501, Electronic Diversity Visa Entry Form, available
    only during the DV open registration period.

    Fraud Warning

    Please
    Note: There have been instances of fraudulent websites posing as
    official U.S. Government sites. Some companies posing as the U.S.
    Government have sought money in order to "complete" lottery entry
    forms. There is no charge to download and complete the Electronic
    Diversity Visa Entry Form. The Department of State notifies successful
    Diversity Visa applicants by letter, and NOT by e-mail. To learn more
    see the
    Department of State Warning and the Federal Trade Commission Warning.


    DV Lottery 2011 Status Check

    DV Lottery 2011 Status Check is available. As of July 1, 2010, entrants (who previously completed online DV entry through
    the official website at http://www.dvlottery.state.gov) are able to check the status of their entry through the E-DV website at http://www.dvlottery.state.gov.
    Entrants need to use their own confirmation page information from the
    time of their entry (October 2, 2009, to November 30, 2009), to check
    the status to find out if their Diversity Visa Lottery entry was or was
    not selected. To review applicable instructions for DV 2011 entrants,
    see 2011 Diversity Visa Lottery Instructions.


    Lottery Winner Notification

    Diversity
    Visa lottery applicants selected are notified by mail between May and
    July of the next year, following DV Online entry. Lottery entrants
    selected are provided further instructions, including information on
    fees connected with immigration to the U.S. Those selected in the random
    drawing are NOT notified by email. Those individuals NOT selected will
    NOT receive any notification.
    The Diversity Visa Lottery Instructions "Selection of Applicants" section provides information about the DV timeframe and
    process.


    Diversity Visa Lottery Results


    • DV 2010 Results
    • DV 2011 Results


    Qualifying Occupations

    The
    law and regulations require that every diversity visa entrant must have
    at least a high school education or its equivalent or have, within the
    past five years, two years of work experience in an occupation
    requiring at least two years' training or experience. To learn more
    about qualifying occupations, see the Diversity Visa Instructions Frequently Asked Question #13 and the List of Occupations webpage.


    Rewards For Justice

    As you apply to come to the U.S., please take a moment to visit our Rewards For Justice program website to see how you can help in the continuing efforts for "secure borders" and "open doors".


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