On the day of their interview, applicants must arrive for their scheduled appointment with the following documentation:
- Confirmation page of the form DS-260.
- Appointment letter from the Kentucky Consular Center.
- Valid passport.
- (2) Frontal color photos (with white background) measuring 50mm x 50mm (no glasses or head covers).
- Birth certificate.
- Current marriage certificate, if married, and divorce and/or death certificates showing the end of all prior marriages.
- Criminal Records from Cuba and also from any other country where the beneficiary has lived for more than one year since age 16.
- Medical exam. Beneficiaries need to check the list of hospitals that are approved to conduct the medical examination.
- Evidence of economic solvency such as a bona-fide employment offer and/or submission of the Affidavit of Support I-134.
- Documentary evidence of education or work experience for the primary applicant.
On the day of their interview, applicants are required to pay the nonrefundable fee of 330 USD, or local currency equivalent, per person. Please note that this nonrefundable fee covers the cost of the interview and does not guarantee the issuance of an immigrant visa.
Cases in which Additional Documents are Requested
Applicants whose case is refused pending additional documents should return with those documents as soon as possible. The DV program will end on September 30 of the running fiscal year or when all available visas are issued, whichever is first. After that time, no additional visas can be issued, and all existing cases will close.