Results from the DV 2012 Lottery Program

The Diversity Lottery Program was implemented under section 203(c), Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). Every year, 50,000 permanent resident visas were made available to people from low-immigration countries to the US.

The Diversity Visa (DV 2012) results were available online starting 15 July 2011. The results were made available online on 15 July 2011. The results were released on 15 July 2011. You don’t have to pay anything until you get to your interview. The results of the DV 2012 won’t be sent via postal mail. All applicants have the option to view their results online from July 2011 until June 2012, but they cannot be sent by post.

Nearly 14,768,000 people submitted their applications online for the DV 2012 lottery program during the 2010 submission period. 100,021 people were chosen and given the chance to receive one of the 50,000 US visas via the program. The results can only be checked by the Kentucky Consular Center (KCC).

The Africa region received 50,000 notifications from the selected winners of the 2012 DV Lottery. This was a significant number that came from Nigeria 6002, Ghana 5,832, Ethiopia 4902 and Egypt 4664. Iran was the Asian region’s top performer with 4,453, followed closely by Nepal with 3,258, and Bangladesh with 2,373. The European region had Ukraine with 5,799 winners, followed by Uzbekistan (with 4800 winners) and Turkey (3,077). Venezuela was the South and Central American5 bandar togel terpercaya   region’s winner with 925, Cuba had 292 and Trinidad and Tobago had 175 successful applicants. Fiji had 628 entries, New Zealand got 309, and Australia was third with 900. In the North American region, Bahamas was the winner with 15 wins.

In order to verify the results, applicants must have their current confirmation number as well as their personal details. The confirmation number cannot be reissued. There is no other way to verify the results than the confirmation number. You will not see the winners list on any website. You cannot also contact American Consular offices or American Embassy to obtain your results. They cannot give the names of winners in the 2012 greencard lottery program.

Do not accept a prize if you do not have the education or work experience required. To obtain US visas, it is important to not send money abroad through any bank or company. You must pay the visa fees at the US Embassy in person if you are chosen for the program. Follow the instructions on the US consular website for how to pay the DV Lottery Visa fees and what to do next.