Facebook Friend Invite using c# mvc 3

Posted on 2012-09-19
Last Modified: 2012-10-31
I am currently developing a website using c# and mvc 3 pattern.  I am doing this using a wizard model with multiple div's on the same page and defer the actual form submit until all of the requested information is entered on all of the div's.  I would like one of the steps to allow the users to select some of their friends on facebook and invite them to join my site.  Could someone please provide tutorials or sample code on how to accomplish this task.  Also, if I am over complicating this process, please let me know?
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