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Invitation to China letter

I, Patrick Cazaly, am inviting my friend, Amy Petzoldt to visit me in Shanghai, China.

  • Her full name is: __________ – Australian Passport _____
  • His intended dates of travel are: February 7th — April 20th , 2014
  • His intended places of travel are: Shanghai
  • Sex: male
  • His date of birth is: January 8th, 1969
  • His current place of residence is: 26 Chatham Road. Keswick, 5035, Australia
  • Full name: ___________
  • US Passport# __________
  • Residence permit# ____________
  • Address in China: 515 Xujiahui Road. Shanghai, PRC
  • Phone number: +____________

My information:

Feel free to contact me directly should you need any additional information.

Best regards,

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