What happens if a child is born after a DV Lottery Application? What if the applicant is pregnant?

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What happens if a child is born after DV lottery application? What if the applicant is pregnant during DV lottery application? This guide will answer these two questions.

What happens if a child is born after DV lottery application?

Let say for example, at the time of DV lottery application, assume you (i.e DV lottery application) are married, assume you are engaged and your spouse or you are person who is engaged to, is pregnant. You cannot put the photo to say you have a child, you cannot use another person photo in place of your unborn child.

After application in October, maybe the month of November or December the child is born or after the DV lottery result is out and the child is born. How are you going to do? How are you going to navigate that?

There is no need stressing yourself in any way. When there’s a change of status after applying DV lottery, it doesn’t affect you from being given the visa. You’ll be able to add that child born after the DV lottery application or after the results, in the visa form called the DS-260 form, and you’ll be able to go with that child to United States of America.

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The problem is if you have a child born already, on the time of application and you lie to say that you don’t have a child, but if a child is born two days later, a day later, or few hours later after applying DV lottery, there is no problem. The child can be added in the DV lottery visa form called the DS-260 form, and upon successful processes, you can go together with the child to United States of America.

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