Travel invitation Letters: DC Global has wide connection to travel invitations that come from private and government sources needed to apply for Travel Visa. This invitations a known as visa invitation letter which is a written letter from the person, family or organization of which you are visiting overseas on purpose which is stated in the letter. The invitee by default guarantees that you will not stay in the country illegally. Embassies around the world, often ask for these documents that seem confusing, especially to travelers that apply for the first time for a visa. A letter of invitation is among the documents that first-time-applicants have difficulties understanding its purpose.
This document is written by the applicant’s host and addressed either to the applicant or to the consular officer, confirming that they will accommodate the applicant in their home for the whole period of their stay in the country where the host lawfully reside. The invitee must always fulfill the following requirements in order for the letter of invitation to be valid:
- must be a citizen or lawful permanent resident of the country you plan on visiting
- Must give intent information about program and it value to the applicant stated clear if by company or conference.
- Must be your friend, boyfriend / girlfriend or family member / relative, or legal program open to your nationality.
- must have a registered place (home, flat, venue)
- must have enough room for the applicant or prove of accommodation
The Letter of Invitation is not required by every embassy in the world, but it is strongly recommended to submit one even if not required.
The information that you need to provide about the invitee is:
· Full name of the invitee or host or organization
· Host full address or program address
· Passport information of the host, if applicable
· Relationship between you and the host or reason you want to visit particular program
· Residence permit information of the host, if applicable
· Host phone number
· Host’s status in the host country (If the host is residing in that country a work visa, student visa, permanent resident, or is a citizen or any other legal status)
· Signature of the host
· A scanned copy of host’s Residence permit or passport, if necessary or provide program registration or badge
· Evidence of means of financial subsistence (if the host will financially support the guest)
· Proof of home / flat ownership or rental contract
· An Itinerary of the places planned to visit together
Proper documentation depends of the purpose of travel, type of program, reasons to travel and many other. This is why we are here to assist you get it all done right to avoid visa refusal.
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