I am applying for UK business visa and my employer sent me this invite letter.
I have two main concerns about this letter:
- They have written that my trip is tentative.
- It is mentioned that the company will be bearing my travel expenses
Is it alright to mention that my business trip is tentative? Will the granting officers think that I am uncertain about the trip and hence reject the visa?
In the application form I have mentioned that all the expenses will be borne by them (flight, hotel and per-diem). But from the invite letter, it looks like they are providing just the flight expenses.
We are pleased to invite Mr. X, Designation/employee of ABC Private Ltd. (Group Holding Company) to visit us in London for business meetings and discussions from ab/cd/efgh - ij/kl/mnop [a tentative trip]
His passport details are as follows:
... Passport details ...
Please note that, all travelling expenses will be borne by the company. We would greatly appreciate if Mr. X can be granted Two month's multiple entries visa.