If you are a student, unemployed, retired or your financial capabilities, as estimated by the embassy, do not allow you paying for your staying abroad in full, you need to execute a sponsorship letter to get a visa.
Usually, the sponsors in such letters are relatives: parents, spouse, siblings.
Please note that some embassies do not accept the sponsorship letters issued by non-relatives.
The sponsorship letter is drawn up as a statement to be signed by the person who provides for your stay abroad.
- Your full name as a person for whom the complete financial support for staying abroad is provided;
- Country of stay;
- Period of stay.