2014 DV winners from Tanzania-Karibuni

Momo1980

Registered Users (C)
#62
Its the law my friend. If the US Government/IRS finds out you're making money somewhere and not declaring it to pay taxes as a permanent legal resident, it gives them grounds to come after you or revoke your green card.

I myself will be declaring a basic income there to pay tax.
 

engmtolera

Registered Users (C)
#63
Its the law my friend. If the US Government/IRS finds out you're making money somewhere and not declaring it to pay taxes as a permanent legal resident, it gives them grounds to come after you or revoke your green card.

I myself will be declaring a basic income there to pay tax.
momo1980
i will do it if it is accordance to law or i will give as a gift to my relatives
 

msaki2012

Registered Users (C)
#64
...guys...got my police clearance certfict tday......also did my medicals......v bin tod to pick em on monday.....****excited....cuz was afraid...ningechelewa ku get these things done...
 

Momo1980

Registered Users (C)
#65
...guys...got my police clearance certfict tday......also did my medicals......v bin tod to pick em on monday.....****excited....cuz was afraid...ningechelewa ku get these things done...

I am so glad I got all my documents and medical done early. I've spent the last few weeks just taking it easy and enjoying my work and of course enjoying Ramadan.

Let's see if you know who I am at the US Embassy on the 7th August :)



Case No - DV2013AF0007XXXX (applied the first time and got it the first time - lucky me!)
Entry Checked - 1st May 2012
Forms Sent To KCC - 10th May 2012
Received By KCC - 12th May 2012
Confirmation From KCC - 25th May 2012 after I sent them an email
2nd NL - 14th June 2013
Police Clearance (TZ) - 13th June 2013
Police Clearance (UK) - 21st June 2013
Medicals - Completed 24th June 2013
I-134 - 16th July 2013
Bank Statements - 22nd July 2013
Interview - Wednesday, August 7th 2013 @ 8am - US Embassy Tanzania
Visa Pick up - Hopefully August 11th
Departure Date - August 17th 2013
Port of Entry - Washington Dulles
 

engmtolera

Registered Users (C)
#67
US Visa Lottery Winner, Other Arrested Over Scam Marriage
Lagos – Two persons, Adetokunbo Adejayan and Juliet Adebisi, have been arrested by the police Special Fraud Unit, Ikoyi, Lagos Nigeria, for pretending to be married in order to secure a United States visa.





















The crime was said to have been brought to the notice of the SFU through a petition by the Assistant Regional Security Officer, United States Consulate General.

Police investigation revealed that Adejayan and Adebisi were not husband and wife as claimed.

It was discovered that the false union was arranged by one Segun and his syndicate, which specialise in teaming up US visa lottery winners with non-winners for onward “smuggling” to the US.

A statement by the SFU Public Relations Officer, Ngozi Isintume-Agu, said, “Their method is to merge a visa lottery winner with a non-winner and package both to US.

“In this case, the sum of N1.5m was paid by Adebisi and she was purportedly joined in matrimony with Adejayan, who genuinely won an American Visa lottery. Both suspects have made confessional statements that they are not legally married.”

Adeyanju, 35, who teaches in a secondary school in Mafoluku, Oshodi, was said to have won the lottery in May 2012.

His statement to the Police read in part, “It was my brother’s friend who played the lottery for me and he was the same person who called to tell me that I had won. He advised me to get a ‘wife’ before coming to the US. He then introduced me to Segun, assuring me that he (Segun) would help.

“It was Segun that brought Adebisi for the arranged marriage and subsequent interview and visa.”

Adebisi paid N1m to Segun in June 2012 to process her visa and another N500,000 for passports, medicals and training.

The Commissioner of Police in charge of SFU, Mr. Tunde Ogunsakin, said, “It was Segun who booked the appointment for the suspects at the embassy as husband and wife. The fake marriage was arranged last year.

“Investigation is ongoing and effort is on top gear to arrest Segun and his cohorts. The arrested suspects will be charged to court soon.”-PUNCH

source http://naijabizcom.com/2013/07/us-visa-lottery-winner-other-arrested-over-scam-marriage/
 

engmtolera

Registered Users (C)
#68
The following is the statistical breakdown by foreign-state changeability of those registered for the DV-2014 program:



AFRICA

ALGERIA 2,583
GABON 72
SAO TOME AND PRINCIPE 0
ANGOLA 84
GAMBIA, THE 67
SENEGAL 824
BENIN 639
GHANA 3,945
SEYCHELLES 5
BOTSWANA 19
GUINEA 1,759
SIERRA LEONE 2,977
BURKINA FASO 267
GUINEA-BISSAU 14
SOMALIA 273
BURUNDI 138
KENYA 4,245
SOUTH AFRICA 1,038
CAMEROON 4,268
LESOTHO 6
SOUTH SUDAN 18
CAPE VERDE 33
LIBERIA 3,809
SUDAN 2,281
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC 45
LIBYA 156
SWAZILAND 5
CHAD 49
MADAGASCAR 50
TANZANIA 209
COMOROS 5
MALAWI 52
TOGO 1,481
CONGO 236
MALI 176
TUNISIA 159
CONGO,DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE 6,025
MAURITANIA 21
UGANDA 620
COTE D’IVOIRE 1,399
MAURITIUS 68
ZAMBIA 117
DJIBOUTI 75
MOROCCO 2,428
ZIMBABWE 196
EGYPT 5,757
MOZAMBIQUE 21
EQUATORIAL GUINEA 4
NAMIBIA 12
ERITREA 837
NIGER 137
ETHIOPIA 5,718
NIGERIA 6,043

RWANDA 477
 

engmtolera

Registered Users (C)
#70
United States 2015 Diversity Visa Program Now Open

September 30, 2013

The U.S. Embassy in Dar es Salaam announces the opening of the 2015 Diversity Visa program (DV-2015). We invite interested and qualified Tanzanians to apply for this immigration program before November 3, 2013.

Please review the full instructions at our Department of State Consular Affairs' web site, www.dvlottery.state.gov. The entry submission period for DV-2015 is open now through 12 p.m. EDT on November 3, 2013. You can only submit one entry during this time period and only online. Entries will NOT be accepted through the mail or via courier.

There is no fee to submit the online application. Please do not send, pay, or transfer money to any organization or person who offers to assist you or increase your chance of winning the lottery.

If you win the lottery, you pay for the visa application only at the U.S. Embassy in Dar es Salaam at the time of the visa interview. If anyone requests money to help you enter the lottery, please contact us.

Selection of the application through the lottery does not guarantee issuance of a visa. If you win the lottery, you will still need an interview appointment and to see if you meet the requirements of U.S. immigration law.

You can only include your immediate family (spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21) in your Diversity Visa application. If you add other people, your visa will be refused. If someone asks you to list other people on your application, please contact us. You do not have to give your name.

List all your immediate family members on your application, even if they do not wish to emigrate. Failure to do so will result in disqualification and refusal of all visas in your case at the time of the visa interview.

If you have additional questions, please email us at DRSIV@state.gov or call +255 22-229-4122 any Mon - Thurs between 2 and 4 p.m. You can also visit our website: http://tanzania.usembassy.gov.
 
#72
jamani msaada kidogo mimi nimeapply dv lottery ya 2015 xo mda bado na haijulikani kama ntafanikiwa ila nahitaji kujua kama ntafanikiwa inshaallah natakiwa kua na kiasi gani cha fedha ambacho kitathibitisha nna uwezo wa kujisupport mwenyew kipindi natafta kazi ???? ntashukuru nikipata majibu kutoka kwenu kila la kheri waliofanikwa
 

engmtolera

Registered Users (C)
#74
jamani msaada kidogo mimi nimeapply dv lottery ya 2015 xo mda bado na haijulikani kama ntafanikiwa ila nahitaji kujua kama ntafanikiwa inshaallah natakiwa kua na kiasi gani cha fedha ambacho kitathibitisha nna uwezo wa kujisupport mwenyew kipindi natafta kazi ???? ntashukuru nikipata majibu kutoka kwenu kila la kheri waliofanikwa
just wait and try to read other forums you will have an idea
 

sakon

New Member
#77
If one gets selected for a Green card and they have resided legally for more than 3 years consecutively in a country other than of their nationality, do they have to return to their country of nationality for the police report?
For example,
I am a Tanzanian citizen who has resided with a residency permit in Switzerland for 3 years. In that period, I did not visit Tanzania. If I do get a chance for further clearance, will I be required to travel to Tanzania to receive the police certificate? or can I get an official police report from the Tanzanian Embassy?
 

SusieQQQ

Well-Known Member
#78
If one gets selected for a Green card and they have resided legally for more than 3 years consecutively in a country other than of their nationality, do they have to return to their country of nationality for the police report?
For example,
I am a Tanzanian citizen who has resided with a residency permit in Switzerland for 3 years. In that period, I did not visit Tanzania. If I do get a chance for further clearance, will I be required to travel to Tanzania to receive the police certificate? or can I get an official police report from the Tanzanian Embassy?
The “reciprocity by country” pages on the dept of state website have detailed information on how to obtain police certificates from both inside and outside of each country for people who need them.
 

sakon

New Member
#79
The “reciprocity by country” pages on the dept of state website have detailed information on how to obtain police certificates from both inside and outside of each country for people who need them.
Thank you. However, below is a pasted copy from the "reciprocity" page

Mainland
Police Records

Available. To obtain a certificate of good conduct for mainland Tanzania, applicants residing outside of Tanzania must send a complete set of fingerprints, together with a written request to the following address:
Ministry of Home Affairs
Criminal Investigations Department
P.O. Box 9094
Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Submitted fingerprints should be taken by a local police official in the requestor's place of residence, and should bear an official stamp or seal. The official should verify the identity of the individual being fingerprinted with a passport or identification card, noting the details of the identifying document. The fee is U.S. $25.00 for a foreign national, or 2,000 Tanzanian shillings for a citizen of Tanzania.
Results are generally available within two weeks of application.

This means the Swiss police will take my fingerprints and then I'll need to send them to the Ministry back home. How can I get verified by the local police (through passport) in TZ if I'm still residing in Switzerland?
 

sakon

New Member
#80
Maybe I was incorrect at first. The submitted fingerprints should be taken by the Swiss official with an official seal after they confirm my identity by using my passport. If this is the case, how/where can I pay the issuing fee? Should I pay it at the embassy? How will the police report be sent to me from Tanzania?
 
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