What is KCC Case Number?
KCC Case Number refers to the case number that is assigned to a Diversity Visa (DV) Lottery applicant by the Kentucky Consular Center (KCC) after they have been selected in the DV Lottery. The KCC Case Number is used to track the DV Lottery applicant’s case and to schedule their interview at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate in their home country.
The KCC case number is a 13-character code consisting of four parts separated by hyphens. The format is as follows: year of the lottery, a three-letter code representing the geographic region, a set of four or five numbers, and finally, a single letter.
For example, a KCC case number might look like this: 2024AF000012345B.
In this example, “2024” represents the year of the lottery, “AF” represents the region (in this case, Africa), “00001” represents the number of the case, and “B” represents the level of the case (in this case, the highest level).
The KCC case number is required to sign and submit the DS-260 form. If you have entered the number correctly and still getting feedback that it’s wrong, check jetsanza.com’s post on how to sign the DS-260 form.