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The invitation letter should be original (as pointed out in their guidance) with 'wet signatures'. This is especially true if it's the applicant's first visit. They will (or may) check the font and resolution of the letter. You didn't mention the contents of the letter, but given the applicant is in Morocco, the letter should be fairly high quality and ...


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As far as I know, decisions are based on the document itself. It's only one element in the application like the rest of the supporting documentation you have to submit. Depending on the country and the type of invitation, it might bear some stamp or official signature that authenticates it (typically from a municipality) but it's probably not matched with a ...


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Yes, they need to send someone to one of a number of possible government offices. They'll have to show a reason for inviting a foreigner, do paperwork, and pay fees. Going to the provincial capital is not necessary, but it is entirely possible that a small town wouldn't have the right office. If you'll permit me a gross over-generalization, this won't be ...


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Not sure whether this fully addresses your question but the “stamp” mentioned by the consulate is that of the local municipality. The consulate will want to see it, if you want this “letter” (attestation d'accueil) to count for something in support of your application. But if you do get a visa on your own, without invitation, there is nothing illegal about ...



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