Selected DV winners will be called for their interviews according to their case numbers. The lowest case numbers will be called for the interviews first. Diversity visa processing fee is a compulsory one for each of the selected winners who are going to face their interview under this program. The fees can be paid in
US Dollar or in local currency according to the US Embassy instructions.
Those winners staying in the USA must pay it according to the USCIS instructions.
Without paying these processing fees the cases will not be processed. If for any reason your visas are rejected, the visa fees will not be refunded to you. So take utmost care to see whether you meet all the requirements to be issued with the required American entry permits to you.
Diversity visa processing fee is US$ 330 (Non Refundable) or in equivalent in local currency.
Primary applicant and each of his dependants must pay this visa processing fees on the day of their interview to the consular office and can obtain the receipt for their payment.
Some embassies may request to pay the processing fees as cash in local currency according to their current conversion rate or to pay with US Dollar.
Some may say to deposit the money in their official local bank account and to provide the recipt at the time of their interview. Or to get a bank draft from the designated local bank for the embassy name and to provide the draft on the day of the interview.
According to the US Embassy website in Sri Lanka, "The Diversity Visa application fee is currently US$330 (Rs.44, 600) per person. The application fee is the only fee required and it is to be paid to the U.S. Embassy at the time of the interview."
You and each your dependants must pay the processing fees to change your current status to LPR status through the USCIS and to obtain the Green Cards. These processing fees should be paid to the USCIS office.
This will be allowed when your case numbers are current in any given month under that FY program only. Pay the USCIS Immigrant Fee. HERE
Those who had obtained Visas under the DV lottery must pay another processing fees through online.(US$165).
WASHINGTON, On Feb. 1, 2013, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will begin collecting a new USCIS Immigrant Fee of $165 from foreign nationals whom are seeking permanent residence in the United States. This new fee was established in USCIS's final rule adjusting fees for immigration applications and petitions announced on Sept. 24, 2010. The fees should be paid through their online website using your pin number issued by the embassy after your visas were issued by them.
Never send money by postal mail, Moneygram, Westernunion or as bank draft to get American visas for those offers that came through E-Mails or phone calls.