For the second year in a row, Peruvians will be able to participate in the raffle Permanent Resident Visas in United State. This was announced after that country’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs published the list of eligible countries to participate in the 2023 Visa Lottery (LDV-2023).
Peru “won” this privilege by presenting a Low immigration rate to North American country, Since the program is awarded “Green Card” (Green Card), That allows permanent legal residence for those countries with low immigration rates to the United States.
In this sense, it turns out that the United States has left countries like Venezuela out of the lottery, due to the high number of Venezuelans who have arrived on its territory in recent years, according to the US government on Friday.
The State Department, which administers so-called diversity immigrant visas, said Venezuela will not be able to participate in the upcoming draw, corresponding to fiscal year 2023, because more than 50,000 Venezuelans have already immigrated to the United States in the past five years.
Receipt of orders
The timetable for participating in the raffle has already been published. Reception opens Wednesday, October 6 from noon, will close on November 9, and will only be available until 12 noon, according to posted instructions.
Lottery organizers advise not to wait until the last minute to submit the form “as high demand can lead to site delays.”
The United States Embassy in Peru announced on Wednesday that the country is one of the eligible countries to participate in the Diversity Visa Program for Immigrants #DV2023. The application period starts today, at no cost and you can submit your application until November 9, 2021.
visit https://dvprogram.state.gov/ It is the only official website to apply and check your status. Beware of fraudulent websites and scams related to this program! All participants must print out their confirmation sheet and keep it with their unique confirmation number until at least September 30, 2023. Remember that only you will be able to access this number. To prevent fraud, the Department of State will not send visa appointment letters or notifications by post or email. Application information will only be available by direct access to the website: https://dvprogram.state.gov/‘,” he wrote on his website.
Find out the full list of participating countries
In total, there are 8 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean that will not be able to look forward to the Diversity Visa in the 2023 lottery. Brazil, Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Dominican Republicprogram, as in previous years.
According to information from the Andean Agency, up to 55,000 Diversity Visas (DV) will be withdrawn for the fiscal year 2023. It should be noted that the State Department delivers these visas among six geographical regions, with no country being able to obtain more than 6% of the Quotas available.
In the following link you can see the full list of participating countries: click here
Requirements for traveling to the United States from Peru
All travelers of Peruvian nationality who are close to taking a trip to the United States must meet certain requirements in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
– All tourists arriving in Peru from the United States must pay an overtime fine of 4.40 S/day (order issued to be fulfilled as of August 20, 2021).
– Jorge Chavez Airport is served normally and there are flights to the United States that you can find on different airlines. If you are interested in taking a flight, you can get more information by referring to the official website of Lima Airport.
– The double mask is required to enter many establishments, including shopping malls, markets, supermarkets and other crowded places.
– Persons showing symptoms of COVID-19 should call the toll-free number 113 or send WhatsApp to +51952842623 or send an email to [email protected]
All airline passengers, two years of age or older, traveling to the United States must submit a negative COVID-19 test result, which must be taken in the three days prior to the flight.
For those who have tested positive for coronavirus: US-bound travelers can provide documentation from a licensed medical provider showing they have recovered from COVID-19 within the 90 days prior to travel.
There are no occasional dates
Non-emergency visa application dates are not available until further notice to ensure the health and safety of applicants and consular staff.