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bukaldrinio     04/16/2018 08:27 AM
 


we have been on administrative processing for 5months after our cr1 was approved in December 12 2017 and passport was returned to me THE NEXT DAY,they sent me email on what to verify my divorce decree in high court which i did and submit,then in February they requested for billofladding stated that I told them during my non immigrant visa applications that was refused many times that I deal on cars and I sent the whole billofladings both non negotiable and telex about 54 pcs.....on march we start to inquire since it has been over 60 days and we received this email which we don't really understand.......
The immigrant visa application of bukaldrinio is still undergoing administrative processing, in order to verify his qualifications for this visa. We are still awaiting the response from Washington. There is no update at this time. Please be assured that we will notify him by email or phone as soon as the processing is complete.

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I thought ap is handled my embassy and what is the reason for consulting with Washington DC....... This is really hard on us.plz advice us on what to do to fasten the process thanks

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sbnm01     11/04/2016 14:05 PM
 


HI EVERYONE!

I've filled in the Diversity Visa lottery entry form with success, however, did not include details of my two stepchildren as neither I nor my husband have access to their passport pictures to upload in the system.

My husband is going through a troublesome separation with his ex-girlfriend and she doesn't allow the father contact their two children who are both under age 21, or send any photographs/passport photos them, which is necessary for the DV lottery application.

I understand that not submitting full information on children might disqualify my entry if I win so what to do??? Thanks!

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The4Js     10/16/2016 13:12 PM
 


Hi mates, I am in the process of making an entry for the Diversity/Green Card visa lottery. I used the official photo tool to prepare (crop and save) my photo which had been professionally taken. I then used a photo checker online to validate the saved cropped photo and it passed all stages. To DOUBLE CHECK, I decided to RE-UPLOAD the saved cropped picture into the official photo tool. Unfortunately it does not fit and the whole image appears like I did not even crop it. Does it mean the saving was not effective, even though after cropping, I clicked on and saved photo on USB, getting a photo smaller than the original?

I have also read that the photo requirements for the Diversity visa lottery are NOT the same as those of other visas and passports? So is the official photo tool good for ALL types of photos? Is there a specific tool for Diversity visa photos? Why would the cropped saved photo not refit? Can I go ahead basing on the online photo checking tool? PLEASE HELP.

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The4Js     10/16/2016 00:32 AM
 


I am in the process of registering for the US Diversity visa (Green Card lottery). I used the official photo tool to crop and save my photo. I then used an online photo checker and it passed at all stages. I was curious to find out if the same approved photo would automatically fit in the photo tool when RE-UPLOADED to the photo tool. Unfortunately it did not. It is as if the changes were not saved after the cropping though I clicked save. I fear to go ahead and submit now that what I believed to be the saved cropped photo does NOT fit the photo tool any longer. Please advise. I need urgent help please. What does this imply? I have read on this site that the DV photo requirements are NOT THE SAME as those for other visas and passports. So how appropriate is the general photo tool for DV visa photos? Is there a special official photo tool for the DV lottery. CHEERS!

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Concerned Resident     04/04/2016 04:34 AM
 


Is there anyone who adjusted status after winning the DV visa and got naturalized?

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sberaki0     08/30/2013 06:42 AM
 


  How is work?
  I have some questions that I need to be precise. as follows
 1)When does Green card holders allowed to get U.S Citizenship or
Naturalization?
 2)Is it Compulsory a U.S Citizen or Green card Holder Sponsor Spouse
to show you his/her ''proof of of Income and Tax returns'' in order to
get Immigrant visa for his/her Foreign Spouse?
    As I read the info in your website, The Foreign Spouse who has
married with Green card holder needs to wait around five years.in
order To get his/her Immigrant visa .OK,If this is how U.S. Ministry
of Immigration currently and practically working now .My question is
 3) What if the Foreign Spouse is in a Refugee camp? Is There any privileges?
 4) Is it possible a U.S citizen sponsor To Reunify his/her nephew who
is in a Refugee camp? If yes. Who is Responsible to cover the expenses
needed for Medical (I.O.M) and Air-trip fee?

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marselo     07/19/2013 08:15 AM
 


I AM A WINNER OF GREEN CARD BETWEEN DV LOTTERY 2013.
THE STATE OF USA CAN HELP ME ? FOR EXAMPLE SOCIAL HELP, ECONOMIC HELP ETC.
IF I WANT TO STUDY ENGLISH THE STATE HELP ME ECONOMICALLY ?

IF YOU HAVE ANY ANSWER PLEASE CONTACT ME.

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tarasheth     03/26/2013 08:48 AM
 


Hello,

I am new to this forum and I don't know in which category I should post my query. As it urgent,however I am posting this question to get any help.
My query is ,at present me and my spouse are Indian citizens and want to apply for non immigrant tourist visa B2 category with an object to attend convocation ceremony for my Son's graduation in US.( I also have a university letter).
Previously in 2008 my spouse being eligible for DV Lottery,had applied once but did not win,so is do I have to mention this in my D 160 form??
In the form they have asked that have you ever been rejected for US Visa??
My Son was asked during his visa interview in 2011 that have you ever applied for any DV lottery for which my Son convinced the visa officer that it was his father's application and being minor his name would have been come and was sucessful in getting student visa.
I am very much confused as what to write in my D 160 form ,whether we are considered rejected for US visa or not??
pls pls pls help its very urgent!!!!!!!!!

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Ramoni Aremu- ()     05/22/2012 15:24 PM
 


I am a fifty year old male that got selected for DV 2013. I have a good high school certificate but my question and concern is that I have been unemployed for the past ten years only doing odd jobs to support my family. WILL THIS AFFECT MY ELIGIBILTY FOR
DIVERSITY VISA WHEN I GO FOR VISA INTERVIEW.

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nadia- ()     12/11/2011 02:50 AM
 


hi, i've been accepted in 2012 lottory and now

iam waiting for the interview, my case num

is 2012AS***48**. IS any one like me?
 
i mean waiting for interview?

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