Does forcing a Vampire indoors count as an invitation?

On page 297 of the Monster Manual under the Vampire’s Vampire Weaknesses section, it says:

Forbiddance. The vampire can’t enter a residence without an invitation from one of the occupants.

If a player were to force a vampire into a residence purposefully (ie grapple and drag in), would this be an invitation? Would it also matter if the player was not an occupant previously and forced him in? Also, if it was accidental (ie they fell from a rooftop through a skylight while grappled), how would that count?

(I’m DMing Curse of Strahd soon so I’m trying to figure everything out about vampires for it.)

“Send an Email invitation” should send mail with user added in bcc list

In SharePoint 2016 On prem evnironment, while providing permission to user, we keep check the send an email invitation, the requirement is that we want end users should not see the other members who received the same mail, so they all should have added in Bcc list instead of To List in the mail invitation.

I tired to fix this, i went to “AclInv.aspx” page and got to know these UpdateSendEmailMessage() and BtnOK_Click_Client() functions, are responsible for sending mail invitation, but i couldn’t get any clue about changing the user form “To” list to “bcc” list.

can anyone please help me on this issue ?

How to help someone from Turkey obtain a 3 week tourist visa to visit the UK with a letter of invitation

I am inviting a friend from Turkey to visit me in Scotland this August/September and would like to know how to improve the chance of the visa being accepted.

The main sticking point is likely to be her own funds for the trip, which are not high (I believe around 400GBP – hopefully a bit more). However, it is a short trip (3 weeks) and I make clear in the letter that I am happy to meet any costs of the trip beyond her ability to pay.

My friend will have just graduated with a degree in industrial engineering. I hope that this might help to assuage fears that she has any other intention than tourism. Someone with a good STEM degree in Turkey has better career prospects that someone in the UK who is not allowed to be here.

Here is the invitation letter as it currently stands:

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She spent a year in Spain on the Erasmus programme, and spent the Christmas period in France and Holland, which I hope might help, as it demonstrates some travel history.

Does it help or hinder the application for me to offer to pay flights & insurance? (as I will) I have read that this is looked upon unfavourably. But if I leave it out, her own finances look even weaker.

How much of a long shot is this?

Are we being naive to even try to apply when she herself doesn’t have great financial means? If the application is rejected, it could prejudice future applications to visit, which might be made when she is in a better financial situation.

If it is likely to fail, I would rather advise that she leave it for now. On the other hand, I feel the request is a reasonable one – and I don’t think she should be put off if it has a chance of succeeding.

She has suggested I should go to the council so that it can be sent via them to the consulate in Istanbul. But I am not sure that’s how things are done here. Shouldn’t I just send directly to the consulate?

What evidence do I need to supply to demonstrate my financial situation? A bank statement and, say, most recent contract of my ltd company? (I am a contractor so don’t have an employment contract). Should these be sent along with the letter?

I take it from Gayot Fow’s response to My girlfriend was a refused a visa to visit me in the UK. What now? that my role in her application is just to establish my ability and willingness to fully sponsor her. I think this part should be straightforward.

How much would seeking legal advice make a difference – and roughly how much might this cost?

There are several questions above but they come down to: how much can I do to help her application?

Thanks for reading.

Visa application for Canada and no Invitation letter

I dont have a family in Canada , i have a job here in Nigeria as I work as a Software Engineer and a Process Architect for one of the biggest banks here. Now i want to go to Canada on temporary Residence visas, I ofcourse, since i do not have a family there chances of getting invitation got a bit harder and almost very impossible, hence i wanted to ask this very simple question, if I dont have any family member there in Canada can i still apply like that without invites? Are there chances of Visa refusals?

Australian visa for conference – invitation letter

I’m an Indian national who will be visiting Australia for a week to attend a conference. I am currently a graduate student in the UK. The conference organizers asked me what they should supply for the visa application.

As far as I understand, the visa category I should be applying for is Under documents, it is quite vague and states that I need

  • an invitation from a host organisation
  • conference registration details
  • a letter from your employer stating why you are visiting
  • your plans for your stay and details of your Australian business contacts
  • proof of your current employment and professional qualifications
  • evidence your company is an active business, such as an annual report
  • evidence of prior contact with Australian businesses

Are there specific details that the conference hosts should include in my letter of invitation?

About surname on Russian invitation

1got a private invitation from Russia, the problem is on my passport given name is Ajit pal singh and I have no surname, but my Russian invitation my name mention on surname coloum is ajitpal and given name coloum mention is singh in Russian language but automatically my name is mention is according to my passport Ajit pal singh is it OK that thing plz help me bcoz I so worry about that! M attached my passport n invitation with my nameenter image description hereenter image description here

Token-based group invitation link

I’ve searched this site and the web for an answer to this question, but haven’t found what I’m looking for, so here goes. Pointers to existing relevant answers are much welcome as well.

I’m building a web app where users can be in private groups. In order to join these groups, existing members can send to-be members a link to the group with a token in it. I’m wondering what precautions I should take regarding this token, so random people can’t guess it and join a group. I’m currently generating a 256 bit random number (from a cryptographically secure random number generator) associated with the group that is then serialized to a string and sent as part of the URL (using HTTPS of course).

My question is, would I gain anything by hashing this token using e.g. bcrypt, and comparing the hash server-side in the group join operation? Would the answer to this change if I add a time-based component, so invitations are only valid for a certain time interval?