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How to prepare a B-1 letter for the Embassy

Many of our Business Clients want us to provide them with an example for B-1/B-2 visa support letter to the Embassy. We provide these separate examples for the Foreign Company to choose from:

 

August 4, 2015
United States Embassy
Consular Section
Nonimmigrant Visa Unit
LOCATION

________________________________________
Re: Application for B-1, Visitor for Business Visa
For: Mr. John Doe
________________________________________

Dear US Consular Officer,

We issue this letter in support of Mr. John Doe’s application for B-1 Nonimmigrant Visa so that he may travel to the United States on business in order to consult with the U.S. managers/personnel, as well as U.S. based accountants and business specialists.

Our company in the United States is a subsidiary of XYZ International based in Switzerland. Our international company engages in wholesale and retail of fashion and high end luxury merchandise. Some of our world-wide locations include stores in: New York, Miami, Paris (France), Vienna (Austria), Milan (Italy), Doha (Qatar), Ibiza (Spain), Dusseldorf (Germany), Knokke (Belgium), Hong Kong, Wuhan (China), Casablanca (Morocco), Seoul (South Korea), Dubai (UAE), St. Tropez (France) and others. Our company’s web-site is located at www.xyz.com

Mr. Doe is currently employed by our company as Store Operations Manager. In this capacity he reviews and plan operations for our showrooms, as well as supervises and coordinates of sales and marketing departments and personnel.

For the period of approximately next 5-6 months, Mr. Doe is required to travel to and out of the United States on business in order to meet with our U.S. based store managers business consultations pertaining to operations of our current U.S. based stores.

During the period of next 5-6 months Mr. Doe is expected to hold business consultations/meetings with:

 Manager at Beverly Hills, CA location, Mr. Edward Smith;
 Manager at our New York, NY location Ms. Ann Powell;
 Legal representative, Mr. Frank Atkins Esq. of Atkins and Atkins;
 Ms. Eva Ziber with the firm of Brown and Co, New York, NY;
 Staff involved with our planned store openings in San Diego, CA and Dallas, TX.

Mr. Joe’s business related expenses will be covered by our company in Europe and, as shown above, his temporary and brief visits will be aimed to further international business of our global companies.

Please feel free to contact me should you require any additional information.

Sincerely,
FOREIGN COMPANY’S REP
TITLE

 

August 4, 2015
United States Embassy
Consular Section
Nonimmigrant Visa Unit
LOCATION

________________________________________
Re: Application for B-1, Visitor for Business Visa
For: Mr. John Doe
________________________________________

Dear US Consular Officer,

We issue this letter in support of Mr. Doe’s application for B-1 Nonimmigrant Visa so that he may travel to the United States on business in order to consult with the U.S. managers/personnel, as well as U.S. based accountants and business specialists.

Our company in the United States is a subsidiary of XYZ International based in Switzerland. Our international company engages in wholesale and retail of fashion and high end luxury merchandise. Some of our world-wide locations include stores in: New York, Miami, Paris (France), Vienna (Austria), Milan (Italy), Doha (Qatar), Ibiza (Spain), Dusseldorf (Germany), Knokke (Belgium), Hong Kong, Wuhan (China), Casablanca (Morocco), Seoul (South Korea), Dubai (UAE), St. Tropez (France) and others. Our company’s web-site is located at www.xyz.com

Mr. Doe is currently employed by our company as Store Operations Manager. In this capacity he reviews and helps to plan operations for our showrooms, as well as supervises and coordinates of sales and marketing departments and personnel.

For the period of approximately next 5-6 months, Mr. Doe is required to travel to and out of the United States on business in order to meet with our U.S. based store managers for business consultations pertaining to operations of our current U.S. based stores.

Mr. Doe business related expenses will be covered by our company in Europe and, as shown above.

Please feel free to contact me should you require any additional information.

Sincerely,
FOREIGN COMPANY’S REP
TITLE

 

August 4, 2015
United States Embassy
Consular Section
Nonimmigrant Visa Unit
LOCATION

________________________________________
Re: Application for B-1, Visitor for Business Visa
For: Mr. John Doe
________________________________________

Dear US Consular Officer,

We issue this letter in support of Mr. John Doe’s application for B-1 Nonimmigrant Visa so that he may travel to the United States on business in order to consult with the U.S. managers/personnel.

Our company in the United States is a subsidiary of XYZ- International based in Switzerland. Our international company engages in wholesale and retail of fashion and high end luxury merchandise. Some of our world-wide locations include stores in: New York, Miami, Paris (France), Vienna (Austria), Milan (Italy), Doha (Qatar), Ibiza (Spain), Dusseldorf (Germany), Knokke (Belgium), Hong Kong, Wuhan (China), Casablanca (Morocco), Seoul (South Korea), Dubai (UAE), St. Tropez (France) and others. Our company’s web-site is located at www.xyz.com

Mr. Doe is currently employed by our company as Store Operations Manager.

For the period of approximately next 5-6 months, Mr. Doe is required to travel to the United States on business in order to meet with our U.S. based store managers for business consultations pertaining to operations of our current U.S. based stores.

Mr. Doe’s business related expenses will be covered by our company in Europe.
Please feel free to contact me should you require any additional information.

Sincerely,
FOREIGN COMPANY’S REP
TITLE

 


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