Invitation Letters for Dianne and Her Family


Invitation Letter for Dyan Marie Paguio from Winston Wu

To visit America on a United States Tourist Visa

 

 

*Today’s Date Here*

 

To American Embassy in Manila

Attn: Dept of Immigration

 

Dear US Dept of Immigration:

 

Greetings. My name is Winston Wu. I am a US Citizen and Expatriate. I am submitting this invitation letter for my long-time partner Dyan Marie Paguio to visit America with me as a tourist and traveler. I request that you grant her a tourist visa to the United States, preferably a 10 year multi-entry tourist visa.

 

We have been together for over 11 years now, since 2007, and have a child together too. So I know her very well and can vouch for her character and reliability. She has no intentions to live or work in the USA and is only interested in traveling to see the beautiful landscapes and national parks that I’ve been showing her through my photos and videos (e.g: http://www.happierabroad.com/Southwest_Photos.htm and https://southwestusacanyons.shutterfly.com/pictures). Like me, she is a lover of nature and national parks. So I would like to bring her with me next time I visit my home in Las Vegas and explore the beautiful Southwest USA states together via road trip (since it’s lonely to travel alone in America). We plan to visit Nevada, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and other states if possible. (I can provide an itinerary or outline of our travel plans upon request)

 

This letter constitutes my pledge and vow to support her and take responsibility for her while she is in the US. I promise to take care of her living and traveling expenses while we are there. I also promise that she will not overstay her visa, nor will she seek employment in the US or reside illegally. I am successfully self-employed and financially independent, and I can easily provide my bank statements (and credit history) to show that I have more than sufficient funds to support our travel expenses. Moreover, you can verify my trustworthiness and credibility on this webpage listing third party references about me from multiple sources: http://www.happierabroad.com/References.htm.

 

In addition to my promise I will provide several other good reasons and evidences below as to why she will not try to overstay her visa or work illegally or refuse to return to her country:

 

1.    First, Dyan has a proven track record of entering and exiting foreign countries without overstaying illegally, please check her passport pages to see that she has four overseas entry/exit visa stamps already - three to Taiwan and one to Hong Kong. Hence she’s been abroad and back four times already without overstaying her visa or breaking any laws. I will include photocopies of these passport stamps with this letter. (See attached) This of course is hard evidence testifying that she would not overstay her visa in America either.

 

2.    Second, I have been financially supporting Dyan and our son for over a decade now, so she is not in any dire situation that would incite her to work abroad illegally. (We can show this from our remittance receipts via Remitly.com and online transaction records there)

 

3.    Third, Dyan’s family receives financial support from her sister Rizalyn in America (see below) and other overseas relatives as well, such as Auntie Aurora (Australia). So her family is taken care of and not in any dire situation that would require them to work overseas.

 

4.    Fourth, Dyan’s mother, Dolores Paguio Gonzales, has her own house (unmortgaged) and is debt-free and runs her own business. She has also recently acquired a business license to start her own catering service, and already has several regular clients. Hence Dyan’s family has assets and a business now, all of which roots them in their country, thus guaranteeing that they would return from any overseas trips. Furthermore, Dyan’s younger sister, Sarah Paguio Gonzales, is currently enrolled in a Nursing program in Angeles University Foundation (AUF), and thus is rooted home by her college studies.

 

5.    Fifth, since Dyan takes care of our son Angelo (soon to be US citizen) while he’s in school and prepares his breakfast and lunch and helps with his homework, as well as does his laundry, she has child care responsibilities that attach her to her country as well.

 

6.    Sixth, basic logic should tell you that if Dyan and I planned to move to the US permanently, we would be applying for a fiancée visa, not a tourist visa. I am well educated on the process of bringing a bride to the US via fiancée visa, so I could easily have gone that route if that were the intent.

 

Altogether, I believe that all the above reasons and evidences listed above constitute a strong solid case that Dyan indeed would not attempt to overstay her visa to the US illegally nor seek illegal employment.

 

Also, as mentioned earlier, Dyan’s sister Rizalyn Paguio Gonzales (now Rizalyn Nunez Del Prado) resides and works in Las Vegas with her husband. So Dyan would also like to visit her sister too, since they haven’t seen each other in over three years. Rizalyn is employed in a medical office in Las Vegas, so she is in a good position to support her sister as well, if need be. Like me, Rizalyn vouches for her sister’s trustworthiness, and as I do, promises that Dyan will not overstay her visa duration or attempt to reside illegally. You may contact Rizalyn to verify all this or if you have any questions for her. Her phone number in Las Vegas is ***-***-**** and her email is *********. Rizalyn will also send an invitation letter for Dyan as well, which I will include with mine.

 

In addition, I am in the process of procuring US citizenship and a US passport for our son, Angelo Gonzales Wu. Naturally, Angelo desires to have his mom come with us if he visits America. He is currently 11 years old and still emotionally dependent on his mother. So he strongly prefers that she come along if he visits America, and therefore would like his mother to obtain a US tourist visa as well.

 

Finally, I’d like to point out that I’ve been running an expatriate website since 2007 at www.HappierAbroad.com for Americans wishing to live abroad, and have myself lived overseas for over a decade now, and thus it is an established lifestyle for me - for various practical, psychological and spiritual reasons. Hence, it is apparent and self-evident that my goal and intention is to live abroad, and not to try to bring Dyan to live in the USA with me. Moreover, if you check the photo links above, you will see that I have often done road trips before in the Southwest USA along the route famously known as “The Grand Circle”, and hence it is apparent that these road trips are a part of my travel lifestyle.

 

Therefore, I ask that you grant Dyan Marie Paguio a tourist visa to the United States, preferably a 10 year multi-entry visa, for travel and tourism purposes. And I promise that she will not overstay or try to work illegally, for all the reasons stated above. So I am submitting this letter with her application. Should you have any questions for me, or need further info, feel free to contact me. I can be reached by my mobile number in the Philippines at +63-921-742-5107 or by email at winston@happierabroad.com. Also, if there are any further requirements that we need to submit for the application process, please let us know. Thank you for your time and consideration.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

 

 

Winston Wu

 

Enclosed: Photocopies of Dyan Marie Paguio’s passport pages containing four overseas entry/exit stamps to Taiwan and Hong Kong.


Invitation Letter for Dyan Marie Paguio from Rizalyn Nunez Del Prado

 

To visit America on a United States Tourist Visa

 

 

*Today’s Date Here*

 

To Embassy of the United States in Manila, Philippines

Attn: Department of Immigration

 

Dear US Dept of Immigration:

 

My name is Rizalyn Nunez Del Prado. (Maiden name: Rizalyn Paguio Gonzales) I would like to invite my sister Dyan Marie Paguio to visit me in Las Vegas, NV, USA from the Philippines. I emigrated from the Philippines to the USA in 2015 with my husband Josh. I have recently acquired my US residency permit and have steady employment in a medical office in Las Vegas. Therefore, I am a responsible person who can vouch that my sister will only come as a tourist and not overstay her tourist visa, nor will she seek illegal employment or attempt to reside illegally. Furthermore, since I have a stable job, I can pledge to support my sister should she need it, for her travel and living expenses.

 

Therefore, I would like to submit my invitation letter for my sister Dyan Marie Paguio – in conjunction with Winston Wu’s invitation letter - to visit me in the USA. I ask that you grant her a US tourist visa, as also requested by Winston Wu - who has been her partner since 2007, and is an American citizen and expat. Thus this letter constitutes my pledge to help take responsibility for my sister’s living and travel expenses, and help support her if necessary.

 

Also, to show that my sister has a good track record of entering and exiting foreign countries without overstaying, please check her passport pages and you will see that she has four overseas entry/exit stamps – three to Taiwan and one to Hong Kong. This indicates that she has a proven record of entering foreign countries and returning without overstaying, and is compliant with the law. This of course means that she will not overstay her tourist visa in America either.

 

Furthermore, please note that since I am an overseas Filipino worker (OFW), I am sending regular financial support to Dyan’s mother and sister. And they are also receiving some support from other overseas relatives as well. So my family is well taken care of and do not have incentive to try to work illegally overseas on a tourist visa. Also, our mother owns the title to her house too, which is paid off and not under mortgage. Plus, she now runs her own catering service too and has a business license for it. Therefore, our family has roots, ties, assets and a business in the Philippines and would thus return from any overseas trips.

 

So I request that my sister Dyan Marie Paguio be given a tourist visa to visit me in America. Should you have any questions or concerns or need more information, fee free to contact me. My mobile number is ***-***-**** and my email is **********. Thank you for your time and consideration.

 

Sincerely,

Rizalyn Nunez Del Prado


Invitation Letter for Dolores and Sarah Gonzales from Rizalyn Nunez Del Prado

To visit America on a United States Tourist Visa

 

 

*Today’s Date Here*

 

To Embassy of the United States in Manila, Philippines

Attn: Department of Immigration

 

Dear US Dept of Immigration:

 

Good day. My name is Rizalyn Nunez Del Prado (Maiden name: Rizalyn Paguio Gonzales). I am submitting this invitation letter for my mother and sister – Dolores Paguio Gonzales and Sarah Paguio Gonzales respectively – to visit me in Las Vegas, Nevada. I would like to request that they be granted a Tourist Visa from the US Embassy Dept of Immigration.

 

I emigrated to the USA from the Philippines in 2015 with my husband Josh. I have not seen my family for three years now, so I have been feeling homesick. Since it is difficult for me to get time off work to visit my family, I would like to apply them for a tourist visa to visit me here in Las Vegas. Therefore, I request that my mother and sister be given a US tourist visa to visit me, preferably if possible a 10 year multi-entry visa would be best.

 

I promise and guarantee that my mother and sister will not overstay their tourist visa, should they be given one, nor will they attempt to reside or seek employment unlawfully. I also promise to support them while they are here, and will provide accommodation and take care of their living expenses. Note that since my husband and I have been steadily employed for three years here in Las Vegas, we are in a good position to support them while they are here. My husband has agreed to help out too if necessary.

 

In addition to my promise I will provide several other good reasons and evidences below why my mother and sister will not try to overstay their visa or work illegally or refuse to return to their country:

 

1.    First, my mother already has a documented track record of entering and exiting foreign countries without overstaying. If you check her passport stamps, you will see that she went to Japan on a tourist visa for 6 months before, to visit her relatives, and did not overstay the duration of that visa. So she already has a record of going abroad and returning without breaking any immigration laws. This indicates of course that she would not overstay in America either.

 

2.    Second, since I regularly send my mom and sister regular financial support (which is common for us OFWs (overseas Filipino workers)), they are well taken care of and thus do not have incentive to work illegally overseas. In addition, my family receives support from other overseas relatives as well, such as Auntie Aurora (Australia).

 

3.    Third, note that my mother has her own house (which is not mortgaged to any bank) and she is debt-free as well, and has no loans to pay off. In addition, she now runs her own catering service, with regular clients, and has acquired a business license for it too (available upon request for inspection). Thus she has her own business now, which further ties her to her home country of course. Therefore, my family has assets and a business in the Philippines that roots them to it and would thus return from any overseas trips.

 

4.    Fourth, my mother takes care of my younger sister Sarah, so she has family responsibilities and obligations that keep her in the Philippines. Furthermore, since Sarah is now enrolled in a Nursing program at Angeles University Foundation (AUF), she has schoolwork and curriculum studies that bind her to returning to her hometown too, of course.

 

Altogether, I believe that the above sensible reasons and evidences listed, constitute a strong solid case that my family would not try to overstay their visa in the US nor attempt to reside or work illegally. And hence they should qualify for a tourist visa. Therefore, I ask that you please consider my request to issue my mother and sister a tourist visa to the United States. Should you have any questions or need more information from me, feel free to contact me. My mobile number is ***-***-**** and my email is *************. Thank you for your time and consideration.

 

Finally, I’d like to thank the US Embassy for issuing me a fiancée visa in 2015 that allowed me to come to America and gave me the opportunity to have a better life and career here. I’ve had a good life here and appreciate the help you’ve given me, which has allowed me to support my family with the income I now make here. So I would like to now ask you one more favor in granting my mother and sister a tourist visa to visit me here, to help ease my homesickness, and allow them to see my new life here as well. It would really mean a lot to me. Thanks for your understanding.

 

Sincerely,

 

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Rizalyn Nunez Del Prado

 

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