The U.S. State Department is no longer requiring 2022 diversity visa (DV) selectees to submit their supporting documents to the Kentucky Consular Center (KCC).
Additional Information: The State Department has changed the process for DV-2022 selectees to help fill all available DV appointments. As of Dec. 9, the Department is treating the document processing change as a pilot program and will analyze the costs and benefits of the change later in the program year.
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