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DV 2020 Entry Status: The results of the DV 2020 Green card program are out. The results can now be checked from may 7 to September 30.

To check the results, click: DV 2020 Entry Status Check

The DV lottery is called the DV-2020 Lottery, where 2020 means the year where successful applicants can enter the United States of America in January, 2020 after they have won a permanent resident card in the lottery, submitted their immigration forms and participated in a successful green card interview at the Embassy closest to where they live.

To qualify for the USA Diversity Visa Lottery, an applicant was required be a foreign citizen or national not born in the United States of America, from a country with a low immigration rate to the United States.

People born in countries with high US immigration were excluded from this immigration program.

People from these countries were excluded:

Natives from the following countries are excluded from participation in the Green Card lottery program this year

 

Bangladesh Brazil Canada China (mainland only) Colombia
Dominican Republic El Salvador Haiti India Jamaica
Mexico Nigeria Pakistan Peru Philippines
South Korea United Kingdom
(except Northern Ireland)
Vietnam

Please note, eligibility is determined only by the country of your birth, it is not based on country of citizenship or current residence. This is the most common misperception that applicants make when entering this immigration program.

US DV lottery 2020: Requirements and how to apply

Nonetheless, if you were born in one of the non-qualifying countries in the table above, you could still be able to participate in the USA Diversity Visa Lottery based on the country of birth of your parents or spouse.

The United Kingdom included the following dependent areas: Anguilla, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Falkland Islands, Gibraltar, Montserrat, Pitcairn, St. Helena, and Turks and Caicos Islands. Note: Northern Ireland does qualify.

Natives born in the Gaza Strip are chargeable to Egypt for the USA Diversity Visa Lottery this year and were to use Egypt as their country of birth. Natives born in Hong Kong SAR, Macau SAR, and Taiwan were eligible to enter the DV immigration program.

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