Visa Bulletin For January 2017.


DIVERSITY IMMIGRANT VISA. CUT-OFF FOR JANUARY 2017

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Case numbers that are going to be called for the interview under the DV 2017 visa lottery program in the month of January 2017 are published here. If your case number is below these case numbers means that your number is ready to be called. Or had been called already.

Immigrant numbers in the DV category are available to qualified DV-2017 applicants chargeable to all regions/eligible countries as follows. Cut-off numbers will be shown, when visas are available only for applicants with DV regional lottery rank numbers below the specified allocation cut-off numbers.

Keep watching the website where you had submitted the DS-260 form. If the letter is ready you can download it. Otherwise you will be shown with the “Error” message. Error message is not a problem, keep everyday checking it.

These case numbers are for the participants of the program who had submitted entries to the dv-2017 American entry permit draw.
The program dv-2016 was closed on 30th September 2016. Those selected winners under this FY 2016 program had lost all their chances to go for the interview.

Visa Bulletin. January 2017.

Region All DV Chargeability Areas Except Those Listed Separately
AFRICA 25,800 Except:
Egypt:    12,700
Ethiopia: 14,700
ASIA 4,000 Except:
Iran:   3,600
Nepal: 2,750
EUROPE 15,900
NORTH AMERICA (BAHAMAS) 6
OCEANIA 650
SOUTH AMERICA,
and the CARIBBEAN
775

 

You can check the previous month case numbers in the official visa bulletin page. This web page is published monthly by the State Department. This visa bulletin is published for the benefit of certain types for the USA visa Applicants. When the case numbers are placed as “CURRENT” means there are no more visas available for that region.
Interested persons can get this American visa bulletin through their email address every month. Go to that page and register yourself with your email. Visa bulletin will be sent to your email inbox every month.

Source: US State Department.

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