Visa Applicants for a United States Visa will have the opportunity to explain the reasons for going to the United States and present supporting documents that generally must be Apostilled. It is imperative that the Visa Applicant respond truthfully to all government agencies involved. Visa Applicants should never present falsified documents. Filing false or fake documents is a serious offense and could result in becoming permanently ineligible to travel to the United States of America.
Please Note - The Letter of Invitation does not guarantee the issuance of a United States Visa. The applicant must also fulfill all of the other United States Visa requirements established by the American Embassy or Consulate. The United States government agencies involved in the immigration process also include: Customs Enforcement, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and the Department of Homeland Security.
Therefore, it is important to understand that a Visa is a permission to enter the United States, but it is not necessarily a guarantee you will be permitted to enter. The Department of State administers the issuance of United States Visas, but Customs Officials at the border determine who will actually be permitted to enter the United States and who will be denied entry.
The immigration process is incredibly complex, with so many government agencies involved collectively and independently in overseeing the required steps in visiting or immigrating to the United States of America. We recommend that you consult with an experienced immigration lawyer who understands what is required and can interface with federal agencies on your behalf.