Were you selected for the Diversity Visa 2012? Successful entrants are encouraged to send in their required documents to the Kentucky Consular Center (KCC) immediately, so that an interview appointment at the appropriate U.S. Embassy or consulate can be scheduled before the program ends.
The transcript from our Immigrant Visa webchat is now available online at http://london.usembassy.gov/visa_webchats.html
An immigrant visa is required of anyone who wishes to enter the United States to reside there permanently, whether or not that person plans to seek employment in the United States.
The online registration period for the 2013 Diversity Visa Program (DV-2013) is now open.
Applicants have until Wednesday, November 5, 2011, at noon, Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) (GMT-4) to complete their registration.
Beginning August 15, 2011, petitioners residing overseas who wish to file a Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, may do so as follows:
If the petitioner resides in a country in which USCIS has a public counter presence, the Form I-130 may be filed directly with the USCIS field office (see instructions below) or through the USCIS Chicago Lockbox
at one of the below addresses.
Filing in the United Kingdom:
Effective August 15, 2011, petitioners residing in the United Kingdom may choose to file the Form I-130 either through the Chicago lockbox or at the USCIS field office at the Embassy. For further information, please see the USCIS London I-130 page.
***UPDATE*** The transcript of this webchat is now available online! Please visit our website – http://london.usembassy.gov/visa_webchats.html to view this transcript and those of all our previous webchats!
Are you immigrating to the United States? Daunted by the I-864 or I-134 forms? Feeling confused by the Affidavit of Support requirements? Then ask a Consular Officer and let us help you prepare!
Please join our webchat on Thursday, July 28th at 3:00pm to learn more about Immigrant Visas and the I-864 -https://statedept.connectsolutions.com/london
Please check out the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website at www.uscis.gov. The site provides extensive information on filing immigrant, nonimmigrant and fiance(e) visa petitions, naturalization, permanent residence and green cards, working in the United States, adoption, refugees and assylum and lots more!