US Visa Invitation Letter

US Visa Invitation Letter

[YOUR NAME]

[YOUR COMPANY ADDRESS]

[YOUR EMAIL]

January 10, 2050

Consulate General of the United States
295-1094, Tochibara

Hoki-cho Saihaku-gun, Tottori, Japan

Dear Consular Officer,

I am writing this letter to formally invite Nagisa Daisen to visit the United States. Nagisa Daisen is my fiancé, and I would be honored to have her visit me in Detroit, Michigan. The purpose of her visit is to spend quality time together and make progress on our wedding plans.

Nagisa Daisen is a citizen of Japan, and she intends to stay in the United States for a period of 3 months. During her visit, we have planned various activities such as exploring the vibrant city, immersing in our culture, and visiting the iconic landmarks of the country.

I would like to assure you that I am willing to take full financial responsibility for Nagisa Daisen's travel expenses, including accommodation, meals, and any other necessary expenses throughout her stay in the United States.

Moreover, Nagisa Daisen is deeply rooted in her home country. She is employed at PacificBreeze Ventures where she holds a respectable position, indicating her commitment to her professional career and strong ties to her country. She has no intentions of overstaying her visit and is fully aware of the obligations attached to obtaining a visa.

I kindly request that you grant Nagisa Daisen the necessary visa to enter the United States so that we can enjoy this valuable time together. I have attached supporting documents, including our proof of relationship, flight itineraries, and hotel reservations, to further assist in the visa application process.

Thank you for your time and consideration in reviewing Nagisa Daisen's visa application. I sincerely hope for a favorable outcome, as her visit holds great significance and will undoubtedly strengthen the bond between our two nations.

If you require any additional information or have any inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Thank you again for your attention to this matter.

Best regards,
[YOUR NAME]