No, it is not allowed. You can submit the electronic application forms only through the official website. Agents and some companies accept paper entries from their clients and submit them through the online website for a fee during the application submission period.
No, you can't sign on that electronic document as the program is still don't have that signature facility.
This is an Identification document that was issued by the American Government for a person to Live and work legally in the USA. The Person has all the rights of a US Citizen except that he can't vote in the election or can't hold certain Government jobs.
The program is operated by the Kentucky consular center under the guidance of the U.S State department.
Yes, normally 13 to 14 million people used to participate in this draw worldwide annually. It used to select winner's regional wise when selecting the names from the submitted electronic entries.
No, although to meet the education requirement will make the applicants to be more than 18 years.
No, there are no restrictions for the upper age limit, although you must have to pass the general medical examination to get the entry permit to live and work permanently in the USA.
You are allowed to submit only one entry for the draw with your name as primary applicant. If more than one entry is submitted with a person's name as primary applicant, all the entries will be rejected regardless who had submitted the entries.
Yes, although you personally submit it or an agent submits it for you, both ways will have the same chance of being selected in the draw.
Yes, every year you can submit one entry till you are selected for the program.
No, it's free to enter. Although, if you use someone else to apply for you, they may charge a service fee for the service they have provided. If you are selected as a winner then you will have to pay for the visa processing fees and the related fees.
Yes, if you are eligible you can apply it. Also you can apply for others too, like your relatives or friends who are in other countries.
There are no more winner notifications sent by them. Only you have to check it by yourself in the official web site, between May and June in the coming year. If selected follow the instructions given in the computer screen.
No, it is not necessary for you to speak English fluently to get the entry permit through the DV program. But it is your duty to learn it as soon as possible as everyone in the USA speaks English and it is the official language of the U.S.A.
Don't send money. They are scam people trying to cheat you. Fees are paid only to the US Embassy on the day of your interview.
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