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The concerned body under the US Departmetn of State has issued the results of the Diversity Visa (DV) lottery for 2012.
has been one of the countries with highest number of DV applicants. Please refer to the following website for results. E Spot Nepal, EDV Nepal and Bhaktapur Online have also posted the list of winners. Nepal
The following is the official site.
The US Department of State has announced that the results of the DV-2012 green card lottery that were previously posted on their website starting on
May 1st, 2011 have been voided. The video announcement claims that the results are not valid due to a programming error. This action has affected all DV-2012 applicants, specifically the applicants who had been selected as a winner, and it has caused a lot of frustration. The mission of our team is to create a powerful, unified voice that includes everyone who has been affected, and raise the issue to a level that will clearly demonstrate our strong concern specifically to the government. US
Of course, we are sure of our right, but our intention is to extend our concern to the community around us. To gain power and voice in this issue we must register as many people on our website as possible. The number of people that we gain will collectively become the key to returning the chance for these people to get their green cards. As Helen Keller said, "Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much." With additional help from experts, greencard-results.com has the power to employ administrative help, building a powerful team to advise and take all necessary actions to help restore the winning status of applicants for DV-2012.
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government agency or part of any U.S. government program or department. Refer to our Privacy & Terms document for more information. For Your Information, below is the video published on the U.S. Department of State web siteannouncing invalidation of the DV 2012: U.S.
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