Interesting, I did see this year has gone current. I had no idea what "current" meant though, I assumed it meant they had enough people to process and just stopped, I wish they rolled over unused quota. I don't like the chances being above 2100 We are currently on an E3 and E3D, do you know if this effects the process at all? After clicking on the link that was provided, one of the options is to swap visa type. Given we have done finger prints done before, got SSN etc. If we fill in the 260 form and lodge a visa change, does it still run the normal process, and then the visa change is in effect after the final interviews, or does it go through a different process entirely? It sounds like something gets handed over the USCIS, just not sure when... Reading through the information on the adjustment page doesn't really shed much light on it. My wife is checking with the immigration lawyers that did all the original paperwork through the company she is at, but I found if they haven't done it before they probably won't be able to help much. Figured this forum is more likely to have people that have been there and done that before " When the Diversity Visa Selectee is Already in the United States How do I find out if I can Adjust Status if I am in the United States? To determine whether or not you may adjust status to obtain permanent residence through the Diversity Immigrant Program, while physically present in the United States, learn more on the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website. The option to adjust status in the United States may not be available to all applicants. I am Eligible to Adjust Status, Now What do I do? If USCIS confirms your eligibility to adjust status you should print this message and take it to your local USCIS office. USCIS will provide instructions on how to proceed. It will not be necessary for you to contact the Kentucky Consular Center (KCC) for any further information or instructions if you are eligible and apply to adjust status in the United States. If USCIS determines that you are eligible to adjust status you will be required to pay a non-refundable diversity visa fee directly to the Department of State. This fee is assessed to cover the cost incurred by the Department in running the DV Program and is separate from any fees you will need to pay USCIS as part of your adjustment application. You must pay the diversity visa fee for yourself and for each member of your immediate family who plans to adjust status with you in the United States. You must complete payment of the Diversity Visa fee before processing your case can continue. Follow the instructions on the Adjustment of Status Fee Payment webpage. Bring the receipt that is mailed back to you to your interview at USCIS. Please include your DV case number on your cashier’s check or postal money order. The address on the receipt form should be used only for fee payment. "