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Photo Requirements

The submitted image must adhere to the following specifications. Photographs submitted must be a recent photograph, taken within the last 6 months. Please be advised that failure to comply with any of the following requirements may result in disqualification from the lottery.

Image Acquisition
  • The image file may be produced by acquiring an image with a digital camera or by digitizing a paper photograph with a scanner.
  • Digital enhancement or other alterations or retouching are not permitted.
  • The original aspect ratio of the image must be preserved. (No image stretching is allowed.)
Compositional Specifications

    Content

  • The image must contain the full face, neck, and shoulders of the entrant in frontal view with a neutral, non-smiling expression and with eyes open and directed at the camera.
  • The image must not contain any parts of the body below the entrant's shoulders.
  • The image must not include other objects or additional people.
  • The entrant must be vertically oriented in the image.
  • The image must be from a recent (within 6 months) photo of the entrant.

    Head Position

  • The subject must directly face the camera.
  • The head must not be tilted up, down, or to the side.
  • The head height (measured from the top of the head, including the hair, to the bottom of the chin) must be between 50% and 69% of the image’s total height. The eye height (measured from the bottom of the image to the level of the eyes) should be between 56% and 69% of the image's total height. The diagram below shows these measurements on a correctly-proportioned image.

Photo Template

Well-Composed Photos
Well-Composed Photo #1 Well-Composed Photo #2
Well-Composed Photo #3
INCORRECT: Photo Was Retouched INCORRECT: Image Was Stretched
INCORRECT: Photo Was Retouched INCORRECT: Image Was Stretched
INCORRECT: Not Facing Camera INCORRECT: Image Not Portrait View
INCORRECT: Not Facing Camera INCORRECT: Image Not Portrait View
INCORRECT: Head Too Small INCORRECT: Head Too Large
INCORRECT: Head Too Small INCORRECT: Head Too Large
    Background
  • Subject must be surrounded by a plain, light-colored background with no distracting shadows on the subject or background.
INCORRECT: Background Not Plain
INCORRECT: Background Not Plain
    Focus/Resolution
  • The entire face must be in focus.
  • Fine facial features must be clearly recognizable.
  • Pixels or dot patterns must not be perceptible.
INCORRECT: Not In Focus INCORRECT: Visible/Coarse Pattern
INCORRECT: Not In Focus INCORRECT: Visible/Coarse Pattern
INCORRECT: Resolution Too Low
INCORRECT: Resolution Too Low
    Decorative Items
  • Photos in which the person being photographed is wearing sunglasses or other items that obscure the face are not acceptable.
    Eyeglasses
  • Eyeglasses are acceptable in a photo only if the lenses are not tinted and there is no glare, shadows, or rims/frames obscuring the eyes. Glare on eyeglasses can usually be avoided by a slight upward or downward tilt of the head.
INCORRECT: Glare On Glasses
INCORRECT: Glare On Glasses
    Head Coverings and Hats
  • Hats or head coverings are only allowed if worn for religious reasons AND if they do not obscure any facial features.
  • Photos containing tribal or other headgear not specifically religious in nature are unacceptable.
  • Photos of military, airline, or other personnel wearing hats are not acceptable.
    Brightness, Contrast, and Color
  • Color must reflect natural skin tones.
  • Brightness and contrast must accurately represent the subject.
INCORRECT: Improper Color INCORRECT: Too Dark
Improper Color Too Dark
INCORRECT: Contrast Too High
INCORRECT: Contrast Too High
    Exposure and Lighting
  • Photo may not be over-exposed or under-exposed.
  • Shadows must be avoided on the face or background.
INCORRECT: Over-Exposed INCORRECT: Shadows On Face
Over-Exposed Shadows On Face
INCORRECT: Shadow On Background
INCORRECT: Shadow On Background

PAPERWORK REDUCTION ACT: Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 30 minutes per response, including time required for searching existing data sources, gathering the necessary documentation, providing the information and/or documents required, and reviewing the final collection. You do not have to supply this information unless this collection displays a currently valid OMB control number. If you have comments on the accuracy of this burden estimate and/or recommendations for reducing it, please send them to: A/GIS/DIR, Room 2400 SA-22, U.S. Department of State, Washington, DC 20522-2202.

CONFIDENTIALITY STATEMENT: AUTHORITIES: The information asked for on this form is requested pursuant to Section 222 of the Immigration and Nationality Act. Section 222(f) provides that the records of the Department of State and of diplomatic and consular offices of the United States pertaining to the issuance and refusal of visas or permits to enter the United States shall be considered confidential and shall be used only for the formulation, amendment, administration, or enforcement of the immigration, nationality, and other laws of the United States. Certified copies of such records may be made available to a court provided the court certifies that the information contained in such records is needed in a case pending before the court. PURPOSE: The U.S. Department of State uses the facts you provide on this form primarily to determine your classification and eligibility for a U.S. immigrant visa. Individuals who fail to submit this form or who do not provide all the requested information may be denied a U.S. immigrant visa. Although furnishing this information is voluntary, failure to provide this information may delay or prevent the processing of your case. ROUTINE USES: If you are issued an immigrant visa and are subsequently admitted to the United States as an immigrant, the Department of Homeland Security will use the information on this form to issue you a Permanent Resident Card, and, if you so indicate, the Social Security Administration will use the information to issue a social security number. The information provided may also be released to federal agencies for law enforcement, counterterrorism and homeland security purposes; to Congress and courts within their sphere of jurisdiction; and to other federal agencies who may need the information to administer or enforce U.S. laws.