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Friday, 24 August 2012

ERRORS IN THE E-DV APPLICATION FORM IS NOT ALLOWED ONCE IT IS SUBMITTED


Correcting the errors in the E-DV application form is not allowed once it is submitted. We are getting emails from people asking "how can I correct the error in the submitted E-DV online application form of the DV Lottery now?”
For them the following is the answer. 


Error Correction of the applicant names, date of birth, place of birth and addresses in the submitted E-DV entry form can't be allowed now. Also the address you entered in the E-DV entry form too can't be changed to another one.


Each year before you start entering your details in the E-DV application form online, you must understand that you are in the process of applying for an Immigrant visa. Therefore all the information you are giving must be perfect and 100% true.


So it is our duty to check the information in the application form for spelling error in your name, your spouse name and children names before we submit the online application form. If you are applying yourself and you had found any error, don't try to use the back button use the specially given "Go to the Part 1 or Part 2".


Check the date of birth for you and all persons in the entry as you can make selection mistake in the day, month and year. When entering the birth city you must take care to give the correct one with correct spelling for you and to others if you have any dependants. When selecting the birth country clearly bring the country name in position.
Also check carefully how you are selecting the eligibility country name.


We don't think it is not important to have a perfect address as the results will not be sent to these address from the DV visa lottery program as the applicants will have to check their status online only.

Also in the DV Lottery application form there is a field for your email address but don't expect them to notify you about your selection for the program through the email. This e-mail address will be used to communicate with you once you are selected as winner and made communication with the KCC.

If you have already made an error and you are selected for the program, then the consular officer who is going to interview will decide about it on the day of your visa interview. Some time if the KCC finds out that your online submitted entry details didn't match with your details in the visa application form, you may not get the visa interview letter.

So double check everything in the application form before you submit it. 


According to the rules you can't blame someone else for the mistakes or errors in your submitted entry so double check your application before you summit.


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12 comments:

  1. Hi,

    While filling edv application, I have submitted 2 year old photo,
    now I have selected in 2014 dv, would that reject my application due to photo requirement?
    appreciating your answer

    Mike,

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  2. Hello Mike please take note that photographs submitted must be a recent photograph, taken within the last 6 months. Please be advised that failure to comply with the requirements may result in disqualification from the lottery.
    However if you still have the same look then you might be lucky…

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  3. hello,i made a mistake in my year of birth whiles registering for dv 2015.I have not been selected tho,but i hope it does not affect my future applications in case i provide the correct year of birth..thank you ....

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  4. It will affect you if you are selected; but will not affect future applications if you provide correct year of birth

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  5. Hello!
    what do you mean by "it will affect You if you are selected?"I also have simple error in year of birth .that is selecting the wrong year while filling the first DV application form.But after I have been selected , I have filled the correct year of birth in second confirmation form and scheduled for the interview.Does it mean
    that, I will be denied the Visa?Thanks in advance.

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    1. Facing interview from Europe, Australia and facing it from Asia / Africa are not the same. i have seen a paper where the US authorities says, people of Africa / Asia do some fraud things during the preparation of papers. Thats why, error in EDV application will surely make two different way , based on the interviewing country.
      don’t be scared, since you have filled the correct details in the second form, I don’t think you will have problem. I have a client who has the same issue with his name and date of birth; he filled the correct details in the second form like you did. He wasn’t asked about it during the interview got his visa easily. He is a 2009 winner, now living the US.
      So if you have proof you clicked wrong, that is just a human error. If you have conflicting papers, that might be an issue. just make sure the correct date of birth correspond with other documents

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  6. hi? my mistake, i have submitted 1 photo on 2 kids

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  7. Hello, I think I've made a mistake in the application for the Aamerican lottery. The mistake is this: In terms of the accademic qualification, I am stated with a bachelor degree when in fact I hold a master's degree and work as a teacher. Whereas my wife holds a high school certificate (12 years), but I am not sure how is stated there since the application has been made by someone ellse. What hapens in this case? Please give me an answer!

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  8. Hello, I think I've made a mistake in the application for the Aamerican lottery. The mistake is this: In terms of the accademic qualification, I am stated with a bachelor degree when in fact I hold a master's degree and work as a teacher. Whereas my wife holds a high school certificate (12 years), but I am not sure how is stated there since the application has been made by someone ellse. What hapens in this case? Please give me an answer!

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    1. Hello,
      A mistake may be minor or grave. Yours is minor… Provided there are no fraud concerns and you can defend your certificate there won’t be any problem.

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  9. I have submitted a form for my mom. Unfortunately, I spelled her family name incorrectly: Mahuti instead of Mahouti. Is it a good idea to submit another form? Because, I believe that it would not be considered as duplicate application as the Family Name would be different.

    Also, In the address line, when filling out the form for my sisters : I forgot to mention the state, Florida, and I only entered the county (plus City, Zip-code, Street address)
    Regards

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  10. First off, apologize for the late reply.
    If you applied for mum as a principal applicant that may be a problem because Some embassies may give leeway for this but others have been known to disqualify applicants for incorrect spelling of names (because it cannot be 100% sure it is the person on the entry form, and because this lends suspicion that the person has tried to beat the system with multiple entries - one of the 'tricks' is transposing letters in the name or changing date of birth - and multiple entry disqualifies you). It depends on the country; It seems that the disqualification is more of a problem in certain embassies dealing with high fraud rates. As for your sister that’s not a problem; AND IN CASE BOTH ARE SELECTED you will need to provide the correct data while filling out the DS-260 forms. You should know that it is always up to the consular officer to decide whether they issue a visa or not. For both mistakes I see they are common ones, and you should go ahead correcting them while filling out your forms. when you have an interview scheduled, try as much as you can to convince the consular officer that you only did that by mistake, unless there’s something else beyond

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