Details here: https://curtismorrisonlaw.com/dv2021How does one join and what’s the amount involved
Seen thanksDetails here: https://curtismorrisonlaw.com/dv2021
FOR 2021 DV LOTTERY SELECTEESThis lawsuit is an opportunity for DV-2021 selectees to challenge the application of the unlawful No Visa policies that were first-implemented by the Trump administration and have since been adopted by the Biden Administration. These policies include the Kentucky Consular Center’s failure to process documents submitted by DV-2021 selectees and the State Department’s prioritization of nearly every visa category above DV-2021 selectees.
We will be filing this lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia.
Deadline to participate: May 31, 2021 11:59 PST
Filing date for complaint: June 6, 2021
These are firm deadlines, as we aim to have a hearing scheduled on our forthcoming motion for preliminary injunction in July 2021.
To participate in this lawsuit, DV-2021 selectees must:
(1) have completed and submitted their DS-260, and
(2) not be named plaintiffs in any other litigation concerning their DV-2021 application.
Cost to Participate:
The attorney fee to participate as plaintiffs in the lawsuit will be $1,500 per DV-2021 selectee family (regardless of family size).
The terms by which the attorney fees are payable depends upon where the DV-2021 selectee resides:
A) For DV-2021 selectees residing Cuba, Iran, Nepal, Venezuela, Yemen, or in any country in Africa, the initial payment to participate will be $0, and the remaining balance of $1,500 will be due in three consecutive monthly installments of $500 upon the DV selectee’s entry into the US.
B) For DV-2021 selectees residing in all other countries, the initial payment to participate will be $500, and the remainder of $1,000 will be fully due upon the DV selectee’s entry into the US.
You need to look at issuance by post. This may have been a Ghanaian living somewhere else. Post will tell you if any DVs issued out of Accra.