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    Exclamation Please check "Visa Request" letter.. Thanks

    Dear Sir,
    We are very thankful for your support being provided to us as a corporate customer, as we have already booked rooms in your hotel Avari Dubai for our suppliers coming from China. Kindly arrange the Visa for the four persons Jack, Andy, Eric and Darren they will be staying in your hotel and will leave the country upon check out from the hotel.
    Thank you,

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    Re: Please check "Visa Request" letter.. Thanks

    Dear Sir,
    We are very grateful for the support provided to us as a corporate customer, as we have already booked rooms in your hotel, Avari Dubai, for our suppliers coming from China. Kindly arrange the Visa for four people; Jack, Andy, Eric and Darren who will be staying in your hotel and will leave the country upon check-out from the hotel.
    Thank you,

    Hope this helps, have marked changes in red.

    Christa

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