If you want to check EDV result 2020, look no further. iKey Nepal brings you a complete procedure to check diversity visa lottery as known as EDV lottery result 2020.
Bureau of Consular Affairs, U.S Department of State published a DV lottery result for the year of 2020. Those who had submitted the Diversity Visa Lottery Form from October 3, 2018, up to November 6, 2018, can check their EDV result.
Same as like previous years, for the Fiscal Year 2020 too, 50,000 Diversity Visas (DVs) will be available.
If you are selected in the program, you must meet simple but strict eligibility requirements to qualify for a diversity visa.
The Department of State determines the winner of the EDV lottery through a randomized computer drawing.
The Department of State distributes diversity visas among six geographic regions, and no single country may receive more than 7 percent of the available DVs in any one year.
Here is How to Check EDV Result 2020
Step 1 – At first, you have to visit the official website for Electronic Diversity Visa Entrant Status Check which is managed by the Bureau of Consular Affairs, U.S. Department of State at – dvlottery.sate.gov.
Step 2 – Click the “Check Status” button at the bottom of the page.
Step 3 – Now you will redirect to another page.
At the bottom of the new page, you can see the continue button.
Click on the “Continue” button at the bottom of the page.
Step 4 – As soon you hit the continue button, a new page will appear where you can see the Enter Entrant Information at the top of the page.
This is where you have to fill your confirmation number, your last family name, year of birth to check EDV result of this year.
After you fill up the complete information, click the “Submit” button at the bottom of the page.
A result page will appear and will let you know either you are selected or not.
Sample screenshot page of entering entrant information is given below.
We wish you a good luck for your result!
Be aware of the scams, the Embassy does not send the DV lottery winners emails informing you about your selection, and emails, letters or announcements asking you to pay a processing fee in advance of their visa appointment.