COPY ALL RED AND BLACK TEXT, PASTE INTO A SEPARATE
DOCUMENT, AND THEN REPLACE ALL RED TEXT WITH THE
RELEVANT PERSONALISED INFORMATION.
NB. This letter is only a guideline. Please use your own discretion when writing
the version relevant to your circumstances and requirements.
An Invitation Letter is a document submitted to the Embassy from the inviting
company, organization, or private host (family/friends) in the country you are
planning to visit.
BUSINESS INVITATION (from a company overseas)
A Business Invitation Letter must be printed on the company's official letter-headed
paper and should contain details of the applicant's proposed dates of entry and exit,
their duration of stay and the type of business they will be conducting during their
stay. The letter must:
state full name, address and telephone number of the inviting company or
be dated (the letter should be no more than one month old at the time of
be signed by a person whose position in the inviting company is higher than
that of the applicant.
include a printed name as well as a signature.