My name is xxx, aka “Sabrina.” I’m writing to invite Ms. xxx (aka “Claire”), one of my best friends in China, to visit me from September xx to October xx, 2016.
I moved to the U.S. in xxx. Prior to that I was a xxx Manager with Oracle China from xxx to xxx, where Claire and I were co-workers and became close friends.
I haven’t seen Claire for xxx years and I miss her dearly. When I learnt a few months ago that she’s planning to take a break from work, I convinced her to visit me and spend a few days here.
Ms. xxx is currently an xxx with Oracle China, making RMB xxx annually, which I think is decent for her age. I was told that she has around RMB xxx (approx. USD xxx) in her savings account, which is more than enough to cover her travel expenses, especially since my husband and I have agreed that she can stay with us and does not need to pay for it. My husband and I own a three bedroom apartment in Falls Church, Virginia and we will spare a bedroom for her.
Claire’s parents both live in China, and, as far as I know, she does not have other relatives or friends in the U.S. She already purchased round trip tickets, which will take her back to China on October xx, 2016.
I don’t work right now and plan to spend most of my time with Claire while she’s here. I may take her out and explore around DC, Virginia and Maryland.
Following documents shall be presented during the interview upon requests:
An employment status letter for Ms. xxx from Oracle China.
Her most recent bank statements.
Itinerary of her round trip flights.
My contact info: Cell / Email / Address xxx.
Please assist Ms. xxx in issuing her visa. I hope you’re having a wonderful day in Beijing.