Marriage Questions and Answers on DV Lottery Process: This guide will answer some family questions regarding the Diversity Visa.
Marriage Questions and Answers on DV Lottery Process
Answer: The answer is directly no.
When entering the diversity visa lottery program, you are supposed to be truthful. Meaning, if you’re married, you are supposed to choose you’re married.
If you had a spouse or children prior to submitting your original entry, but you did not include them on your original entry form, such errors may render you, as well as any of your family members, ineligible for a diversity visa.
If you listed a spouse or child on your original entry who was not your spouse or child at the time of entry, such errors may render you, as well as any of your family members, ineligible for a diversity visa.
If you’re married to a non-citizen of the United States, you indicate that. If you are married to a United States citizen, then you indicate that as well.
But if you’re married and you indicate you are single, there’s no way you can add the spouse in the DS-260. Since you said you are single. Such results to fraud, and fraud definitely will deny you Green card visa, if you did this.
If you applied as single, yet you are married, be sure that you will end up being denied the visa because this is fraud.
If you’re married, indicate you’re married and include the details of your family. If you’re single, just include your single and continue the process.
If your family circumstances have legitimately changed after submitting your original entry, you should add those family members and all family members’ applications will be reviewed.
Question: I filled married because I was customarily married, during the process i separated with my spouse and therefore I cannot obtain a separation document or a divorce document. What will I do?
Answer: To answer this, if at all you cannot prove your separation legally, then there’s no way you will receive your Green card visa.
If you can find ways to get a legal separation, then that’s the only way. But if you are separated and you cannot obtain the legal separation document, then you are screwed. You cannot receive your diversity visa.
I hope the answer to those questions is very clearly.
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