0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
or copy the link

VisaLetter.com is an independent website which offer you an easy way to write an visa invitation letter for any foreign embassy’s visa section. Visa invitation letters are generally required from the visa applicant when travelling to a country.

Click here to use the visa invitation letter tool
If you are providing a Visa Invitation Letter for a visit to Switzerland, your letter must contain the following information about the person being invited and about you. More ...

Swiss Visas | Swiss Visa Forms | Swiss Embassy in Madrid

Info About The Person Being Invited

   - Complete name
   - Date of birth
   - The person’s address and telephone number
   - Your relationship to the person invited
   - The purpose of the trip to Switzerland
   - How long the person you are inviting intends to stay in Switzerland
   - Details on accommodation and living expenses in Switzerland
   - The date the person you are inviting intends to leave Switzerland

Info About The Person Providing Invitation Letter

   - Complete name
   - Date of birth
   - Address and telephone number in Switzerland
   - Occupation
   - Whether you are citizen of Switzerland or Permanent Resident
   - A photocopy of a document proving your status in Switzerland.
   - (eg: copy of a birth certificate if you were born in Switzerland or Swiss citizenship card/ certificate if you are a naturalized citizen. If you are Permanent Resident in Switzerland, you must send proof of your permanent resident status.

This information is only a guide. You must write the letter of invitation yourself. Some Swiss visa offices may require that your letter be notarized by a Notary Public.

For some types of visas such as inviting elderly parents, you may be asked to provide more information such as the following:
Details of your family unit, including names and dates of birth of your spouse and dependants as well as the total number of people residing in your household, including those you have previously sponsored and whose sponsorship is still in effect and a written and signed promise of your financial support for your parents or grandparents for the entire duration of their stay in Switzerland. Proof of income at a level meeting or exceeding the low-income for the total number of people, including the visiting parents or grandparents, must be included.

Suraj Estrella: Good day, I've spoken to the saudi embassy in I...
Ash: Where is the British embassy...
GUIMATSIE: Hi am from cameroon and would like to have informa...
hamidreza zare: Hello. , I 'm Iranian . 'd Go Nicaragua country . ...
may arlanthu: Dear sir, I,m Malaysian passport want to trava...