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My dad want to petition for DS-160 B1 visitor visa for his nephew in turkey,

other than invitation letter 

what else does he need to provide 

things he’s  planning to submit

-invitation letter

-mortgage papers (proof of ownership for his place and place where nephew will stay)

- income

-passport photos/ ID copy

 Anything else ?

also does he have to get the invitation letter notorized? 

LASTLY CAN YOU GUYS CHECK OUT THE ATTACHED INVITATION LETTER AND SEE IF IT LOOKS OK?

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, hediye said:

My dad want to petition for DS-160 B1 visitor visa for his nephew in turkey,

other than invitation letter 

what else does he need to provide 

things he’s  planning to submit

-invitation letter

-mortgage papers (proof of ownership for his place and place where nephew will stay)

- income

-passport photos/ ID copy

 Anything else ?

also does he have to get the invitation letter notorized? 

LASTLY CAN YOU GUYS CHECK OUT THE ATTACHED INVITATION LETTER AND SEE IF IT LOOKS OK?

 

 

 

Ok, so #1, don't send an invitation letter, proof of anything related to the US citizen, nothing. They won't care about proof of income of the UCS, only the visitor.

The applicant has to prove they will return home after their visit to the US, and everything related to the USC will weaken their case.

 

#2, you could've done a much better job obscuring personal information on that letter, I'd remove that if I were you.

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Agreed with above, none of those are required sending any of those doesn’t help in visa approval in any way. 

 

And yeah, one can read the full name, date of birth, phone number and address easily in that redacted image.


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Your dad can submit all he wants but the burden falls on the nephew. He has to show ties to his home country. Does he have a wife and a child to go back to? Is he employed, student etc?. If so- he is able to take “weeks” off to visit the US ? Your dad mentioned tourist places all over the US - no where near each other. That also makes me think he was just throwing in things to make it “look” planned. Upstate New York- Nevada- Tennessee? He’s going to traveling the whole country in a couple weeks? Just food for thought.


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He seems to have totally misunderstood the process.


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OP if you want any help you need to CLEARLY explain what ties your dad's nephew has to Turkey. As mentioned above, everything you have provided is irrelevant

54 minutes ago, Luckycuds said:

Your dad mentioned tourist places all over the US - no where near each other. That also makes me think he was just throwing in things to make it “look” planned. Upstate New York- Nevada- Tennessee? He’s going to traveling the whole country in a couple weeks? Just food for thought.

I thought the exact same thing!

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1 hour ago, hediye said:

My dad want to petition for DS-160 B1 visitor visa for his nephew in turkey,

other than invitation letter 

what else does he need to provide 

things he’s  planning to submit

-invitation letter

-mortgage papers (proof of ownership for his place and place where nephew will stay)

- income

-passport photos/ ID copy

 Anything else ?

also does he have to get the invitation letter notorized? 

LASTLY CAN YOU GUYS CHECK OUT THE ATTACHED INVITATION LETTER AND SEE IF IT LOOKS OK?

 

 

 

 

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Sadly all your father can do is be indicated on the DS160 that he's the one paying for the trip. That's it. No amount of "sponsorship paperwork" matters. The interviewing officer will not even ask/look for it. Nephew must truthfully fill out the DS160, pay fee, schedule the interview and appear on the interview. He will be approved or denied based on what's on the DS160 and his answers during the interview. Good luck!

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