This is a bonus guide for high school students and also the parents to a high school students, in regards to DV lottery application.
Having a high school diploma or the local equivalent is a basic requirement for a successful DV lottery entry.
If you are in your final academic year in high school and you will be sitting for your final examination at the end of this year, maybe around December or November, you are still eligible to enter into the DV lottery, which will begin from the first week of October and will run through to first week of November.
At the time of posting this guide, if you have not sit for your final examination, you are still qualified. Why? Because by the time the results for the DV lottery come out, you will have already sat for your final examination and you will be already having your high school diploma.
This is the key: When you are entering into the DV lottery program under the Education, check the image attached below.
You select high school degree and it’s because of the reason explained above. You select high school degree because by the time the results will be out, you will be having your high school diploma or certificate.
To be clearer, don’t make a mistake of selecting “High school no degree”. No, don’t select that. Select high school degree. Also for those parents of those students that are in their final academic year in high school, make your children know this and let them apply in the DV lottery.
This guide is necessary so that you can have a chance to also enter into the DV lottery as a high school student in the final year.
I hope the information is clear and important to you.
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