Tuesday, April 28, 2020

How to check USA EDV 2021 online results, DV 2021 Results, Electronic Diversity Visa Lottery USA 2021

Electronic Diversity Visa Lottery
The DV-2021 Diversity Visa program registration period was between October 2, 2019 and November 5, 2019. All submission processing at the official web site has finished.

2021 Entrant Status Check
> DV-2021 Entrants may enter their confirmation information through the link below starting at noon (EDT) on June 6, 2020. The DV-2021 registration period opened on October 2, 2019, and closed on November 5, 2019. DV-2021

>DV-2021 Entrants should keep their confirmation number until at least September 30, 2021.

Green Card Lottery results postponed

Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, the drawing of the winners of the Green Card Lottery DV-2021 will be postponed by one month until June.
When will the DV-2021 winners be drawn?
The announcement of the Green Card Lottery DV-2021 winners was originally scheduled for Tuesday, May 5, 2020. However, the US State Department has now stated that the date will be postponed by one month until Saturday, June 6, 2020. This decision is based on the current situation regarding the coronavirus.

What are the consequences of postponing the results?
If you have participated in the DV-2021 lottery, you don't need to worry about anything at the moment. All you have to do is wait another month and keep your fingers crossed that you will be one of the lucky winners! There will be no fundamental changes in the draw or the time schedule after the draw, as there have already been delays in the past for various reasons!


Once DV 2021 result get officially published, you can check result via following link:


DV Lottery

The Diversity Immigrant Visa Program awards up to 50,000 individuals per year a visa for a green card, which bestows permanent residency in the US and is a path to citizenship.

Opponents of immigration complain that the program brings people to the US to compete for jobs, and even supporters of immigration acknowledge the program does not tailor applicants to needs in the US.

Visas are awarded by random selection in select countries to promote immigration from places that don’t otherwise send many immigrants to the US.

Roughly 1 million green cards are issued by the US per year. In 2016, 45,664 diversity visas were issued. The vast majority of green cards are based on family connections, and other categories include employment-based visas and refugees or asylees.