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Problems with proving working experience for FSW

Problems with proving working experience for FSW

Old Mar 19th 2012, 3:49 pm
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Default Problems with proving working experience for FSW

Hi all,
I am planning on applying for FSW 2 since I just got positive LMO and going to apply for Work Permit. My problem is that I need to prove at least 1 year working experience for that. I used to work for my parents' restaurant as owner assistant. Since it's quite a small restaurant therefore sometime I handle the restaurant myself on my parents' behalf. I did not get any salary or any contracts for this. In order to prove I have worked in managerial area, I will send a reference letter from my parents indicating my job description, working period, etc... I also have some documentation (such as business tax registration, client receipts, ...) to show the restaurant was operated. I also will provide a Affidavit of support from an Accountant that used to work for our restaurant to confirm my job. Apart from that, I don't have anything else to show. Can you guys suggest any kind of document that can strengthen my case? Any advice will definitely help.
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Old Mar 19th 2012, 7:18 pm
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You will have a hard time convincing the officer of your experience but it is worth a try. I expect they will want to interview you.
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