DV 2015 Selectees from Ghana

F-Lan

Active Member
#10
Yep very low.. actually below 15.. I think I'm really lucky. Current in October for sure. Pls let's get more ppl onboard cos I followed the DV2014 forum and it was super interesting. I learnt so much from them
Yea i did same and i must say it was/is the best forum.
 

Citizen K

Well-Known Member
#14
This house is too quiet.. where are the Gh winners? Report here pls!! I know there are a lot of DV2015 Gh selectees out there, join the forum and let's kick-start this wonderful journey
 

F-Lan

Active Member
#15
This house is too quiet.. where are the Gh winners? Report here pls!! I know there are a lot of DV2015 Gh selectees out there, join the forum and let's kick-start this wonderful journey
Very quiet my brother and this waiting business is messing things up.
 

F-Lan

Active Member
#17
U mean waiting to be current? well we have no other option than to wait.. keep urself occupied and you'll be current b4 u know it
Sure, keeping myself occupied is not an issue now but a project am currently working on. thinking whether to complete the project with the cash available or hold after the interview. If i proceed with the project(involving a lot of money), i will be financially bankrupt and may not be able to make it to the US should my visa be granted/approved. didn't know this was going to alter my priorities or halt activities involving cash..
 
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Citizen K

Well-Known Member
#18
Sure, keeping myself occupied is not an issue now but a project am currently working on. thinking whether to complete the project with the cash available or hold after the interview. If i proceed with the project(involving a lot of money), i will be financially bankrupt and may not be able to make it to the US should my visa be granted/approved. didn't know this was going to alter my priorities or halt activities involving cash..
That's a tough call. But is this project a Uni project (long essay) or a project as in business or investment? Well from the sound of it "involving a lot of money" I presume it is some sort of investment. What I would advice is if u think is it a short term investment that would perhaps yield u dividend or in a worse case scenario break even b4 the interview then go ahead bro. But if it's a long term investment like a building project, I advice u hold on with the money, go through the DV process and hopefully get into the US. After all you can continue ur project once u get into the States and start working.. Good Luck
 

F-Lan

Active Member
#19
That's a tough call. But is this project a Uni project (long essay) or a project as in business or investment? Well from the sound of it "involving a lot of money" I presume it is some sort of investment. What I would advice is if u think is it a short term investment that would perhaps yield u dividend or in a worse case scenario break even b4 the interview then go ahead bro. But if it's a long term investment like a building project, I advice u hold on with the money, go through the DV process and hopefully get into the US. After all you can continue ur project once u get into the States and start working.. Good Luck
Thanks for your thoughts. still contemplating...
 

sasudt

Registered Users (C)
#20
Hi pals, am Form Ghana and won US lottery..
MY goal is to help you guys out through the documentation process as much as I can... ignore so called "agents", the process is just straight forward not anything that makes you panic, bla bla bla and stuffs...
You can also share your ideas and experience..
 
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