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Dear Editor:
I was thinking I can trust more your publication. But No! You gave us (i.e. a lot of people reading it) the wrong address for the DV-2004 program, as Mr. Ben Tahriri noticed. Can you repair this? Not for me unfortunately who sent it already. I am a hard working person, abiding by the laws and believing what I am reading. Please apologize to all of us for taking away from us the opportunity to win the lottery next year (not to mention the $15.00 I spent in vain with photographs). Make sure you correct in your publication the wrong information.

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Editor's Note: There was a typographical error in State Department Issues Rules For 2004 Diversity Visa Lottery by Greg Siskind and Amy Ballentine which appeared in our August 22, 2002 issue. It has now been corrected. In the same issue, we also carried the Federal Register Notice and Instructions from the Bureau of Consular Affairs, both of which had the correct addresses without any error. In the Immigration Daily issue for August 23, 2002, we carried a Media Note from DOS, which also had the correct information. There is still time to apply for the lottery, a new application should be sent to the correct address.