I need to travel to the US. I have heard that we need to prove somehow that we have a strong affinity to a country outside the US which we will return to after our visit. For this I plan to also show a recommendation letter from my employer (among other things) which states that I am very important member of his team and I am very busy with my project, basically implying that he trusts me enough to go to this trip and then return to my work. I am not sure who I should address this letter to.
As a rough draft, I prepared this:
To, The Visa Issuance Department, US Embassy
But I'm sure that's not correct
Who should such a letter be addressed to?
To, The Incharge/Chairperson, Visa Consular Section, US Embassy
What else should I keep in mind during the interview?
I have all the obvious documents such as my academic record, police reports, passport, personal invitation letter from the US, etc. Are there anything else that need to prepare? Besides the DS-160 confirmation page, valid passport and photo, the website just says bring any supporting documents to make my case stronger. Is there any document that I might have left out? Is it necessary to make and present a CV with academic and work history?