March 22, 2011 | 4:27 pm
Posted by Cedric M. Shen
From the USCIS: Many people have contacted USCIS about fraudulent e-mails or letters saying they have been selected in the Diversity Visa program. The scammers pose as the U.S. government in an attempt to get money from people hoping to get a visa. Be very cautious about responding to any suspicious e-mails or letters. The U.S. Department of State runs the Diversity Visa Program and has everything applicants need to know at travel.state.gov.
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