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Will this be ok? Proof of Employment Query

Old Jun 17th 2010, 9:11 am
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The HR dept at my current place of work has put together a letter verifying my employment but I also used to work for Lloyds TSB when I was student from 2002-2004. When I called them today they told me that because it has been more than 5 years since I left they are unable to provide me with a reference, so I phoned the tax office and they are going to send something through showing my salary/tax paid with LTSB but they can only go as far back as 2004/2005 for that. This means they can only send proof of employment in my last year with them. Is this likely to cause a problem with NS immigration (we are applying via NS CIS)?

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Old Jun 17th 2010, 9:39 am
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The HR dept at my current place of work has put together a letter verifying my employment but I also used to work for Lloyds TSB when I was student from 2002-2004. When I called them today they told me that because it has been more than 5 years since I left they are unable to provide me with a reference, so I phoned the tax office and they are going to send something through showing my salary/tax paid with LTSB but they can only go as far back as 2004/2005 for that. This means they can only send proof of employment in my last year with them. Is this likely to cause a problem with NS immigration (we are applying via NS CIS)?

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Im sure this will be fine, anything that is not exactly as they ask, just provide an explanation, if they need anything else from you they will ask for it.
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Old Jun 18th 2010, 1:33 am
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I don't think it will cause a problem, as such, but be prepared to have to give details of your line manager - if they have moved jobs then see if you can find them.
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