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US Lottery: Why you have to keep your DV 2022 Entry Confirmation


The results for the Diversity Visa program for the fiscal year 2022 have been released. The results were released on May 8, 2020.

While winners are celebrating their win, the majority of the people who took part in the DV 2022 registration which took place between October 7 to November 10, 2020, did not win.

USA passport on the flag of the US United Stetes.

USA passport on the flag of the US United States.

Rarely, it may not be the end of the road for them. In 2011, a new draw was done after the U.S Department of State noticed that the computer program unfairly selected people who submitted applications in the first two days of the 30-day application process. The results were cancelled after 12 days and a new draw was made. Keep your confirmation, anything can happen.


DV 2017 had a second draw, probably after the US Department of State did not come anywhere close to the expected 50,000 people who should be granted a visa under the migration program. Who knows, a second draw could happen and your confirmation would be needed to check.

DV2017 2nd-draw

DV2017 2nd-draw

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