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Visa Application Information for Canada Visa Lottery approved by the Canadian Prime Minister 2019/20

Overview of The Canadian Visa Lottery

The Canadian VISA Lottery is also known as the Green Card Lottery. The Green Card Lottery provides 50,000 immigrant visas (the Canadian Permanent Resident Card) annually to the non-Canadian nationality with aims to diversify the immigrant population. It also has a record of over 20 million people who applied for the lottery each year as at 2017.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: For Applicants of Canadian Visa Lottery DV-2019.

The DV-2019 entry period which began on October 3 is confirmed closed now, by the Canadian embassy. They also confirmed that due to a technical issue, all the entries submitted during October 3-10 are not valid (this means that all those entries have been excluded from the system, and therefore they will not count as a duplicate entry).

Only entries submitted between October 18, 2018 at 12:00 noon, Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) (GMT-4), and November 22, 2018 at 12:00 noon, Eastern Standard Time (EST) (GMT-4) will be accepted and considered for selection in the Canadian DV-2019 lottery.

If you are affected by this issue, please discard any other documentation or confirmation number that you have if you submitted an entry for Canadian DV-2019 lottery during October 3-10.

Below is a List of Different Types of VISA issued by most countries but not Exhaustive;

  • Tourist VISA
  • Visitor VISA
  • Skilled worker VISA
  • Business VISA
  • Study VISA
  • Transit VISA
  • Diplomat VISA
  • Pilgrimage VISA.

We have identified the VISA above for your consideration, and as an alternative option to Canadian VISA lottery 2019 since it’s closed now, but please note that it is not an exhaustive list.

Information for prospective Canadian VISA applicants

We have identified Canada as another vibrant country for VISA applications, with a diversified culture. Canadian VISA application is submitted in-person or via post. You may provide bio-metrics (fingerprints and photos) when you apply for a VISA, at a Visa Application Centre for a visitor visa, study or work permit, or permanent residence applications if you are a national of a country or territory in Europe, the Middle East or Africa, or if you are a national of a country that is already bio-metrics required (Effective 31 July 2018). Please visit the Canadian visa official website for all VISA information, and on the best way to apply for a Canadian VISA.

We wish you the best of luck with your applications!

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