Given the level of discretion involved, I would not even try to guess. You can only hope.
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Whatever your chances for approval might be, they will nevertheless dramatically increase if you are represented by a competent & reputable immigration attorney to handle and "push" the DV cases for you.
The problem you are facing stems from the fact that you applied by yourselves, without the guidance of competent counsel. As you can see, those "Forms" are not as simple as you thought ; you couldn't even comprehend the most basic instructions, for the simple reason that they are confusing and sometimes even contradictory.
In any event, be advised that USCIS themselves do not fully grasp and comprehend the DV rules & regulations: as a supervisory adjudicating officer at the L.A. USCIS office admitted to me last week: "yes, we are a bit rusty, we only get these cases once a year.."
You cannot imagine the idiotic mistakes they made and how I had to repeatedly "push" the case through.. I consider each one of these DV cases as a near heart attack cliffhanger, simply because it is never over until the USCIS orders the immigrant visa number(s) from DOS and the clients receive their green cards in the mail..
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