123 Park Avenue
Iselin, NJ 08830 USA
March 25, 2008
US Consulate General
Calle Progreso 175, Col Americana, Americana
44100 Guadalajara, Jalisco
Reference: USA Visitor Visa for José and María López
Dear Consular Officer,
I’m a permanent resident alien, living in the USA for the past 10 years. I am writing this on behalf of my father and mother José y María López.
They live at Avenida R. Flores Magón #402 Int. 308 Colonia Nonoalco Tlatelolco, Del. Cuauhtémoc, 06900, México, D.F., México. I am employed at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) located in Washington D.C. and work as a Software Engineer and earn $86,000 per year.
I would like to invite my parents, Mr. José and Mrs. María López, o visit the USA for tourism purposes and to meet my family and their granddaughter, who is now 4 years old. They will be staying with me at my home at the above-mentioned address for 3 months. During their stay in the United States, I will bear all their responsibilities including, but not limited to, financial responsibilities, round trip airfare from MÉXICO, travel expenses within the USA, medical insurance, housing, and food. I will personally guarantee that they will leave the United States after their short visit and will not become a public charge on the part of the United States government.
My aunt (father’s sister) had applied for their immigration in 1988 (almost 20 years ago), but my parents had not accepted that immigration, as they did not have any intention to come and immigrate to the United States. Even today they don’t have any intention to stay in the United States as my mother works as a registered nurse back in México, and she only has a 3-month vacation time for this trip. Also, my parents have real estate, investments, and most of our family, including my older sister with her husband, and their 5-year-old grandson back in México.
[Alternate Scenario 2]
Both of my parents are retired. As an ex-government employee, he receives a monthly pension and has received a substantial amount from the provident fund. My father owns the house worth 1 million Mexican pesos and has commercial properties worth 4 million Mexican pesos. My younger brother lives with my and my older sister also lives nearby. My parents enjoy the company of their 3 grandchildren very much. My parents also need to take care of my elderly grandmother and cannot leave her alone for a long time.
[Alternate Scenario 3]
My mother is a widow. However, she has no intentions to immigrate to the United States. My mother receives the interest income from the deposits in the bank and rent income from the rental properties. Additionally, my mother has been staying in the same house ever since she got married to my father. She has many memories attached to her house that she has no intentions of abandoning it.
Your favorable decision on their visitor visa will be appreciated.
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