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Dear Editor:
I am an Immigration attorney. In Immigration Daily's August 22, 2002 issue, I read an article titled State Department Issues Rules For 2004 Diversity Visa Lottery by Greg Siskind and Amy Ballentine. At the bottom of the article, the address to where one would send the letters were printed. However, these addresses are somewhat different from those published by the DOS, i.e., 1001 Visa Crest, 2002 Visa Crest, etc.). Please shed some light on this matter, especially since a wrong address could mean the letter will not be processed. Thank you very much.

Ben Tahriri

Editor's Note: Regarding DV-2004, we carried the following items from the Department of State: The Federal Register Notice, Instructions from the Bureau of Consular Affairs including 22 Q&As, and a Media Note.


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