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Old Jun 29th 2011, 5:39 am
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Please kindly advice me , from whom should i take employer letter ,from HR Department or from the department that i m working ?

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Old Jun 29th 2011, 5:58 am
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From Department you are working in
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Old Jun 29th 2011, 9:57 am
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From Department you are working in
and signed off by HR as HR is normally responsible for staff.
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Preferably you should take it from HR as HR mantains all personal records of employees...I took it from HR, signed by my direct manager and head of HR.
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Old Jun 29th 2011, 12:57 pm
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Employer letter for what?
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Old Jun 29th 2011, 6:17 pm
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Employer letter for what?
Normally to verify your position within a company for a skilled visa.
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Old Jun 30th 2011, 2:44 am
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Normally to verify your position within a company for a skilled visa.
In that case the OP's appointment letter and other promotion letters, salary hike letters, last three month pay slips etc will do, i never submitted any exclusive letter to prove my employment. If it is for skill assessment, it is better to receive it from the corresponding department.
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In that case the OP's appointment letter and other promotion letters, salary hike letters, last three month pay slips etc will do, i never submitted any exclusive letter to prove my employment. If it is for skill assessment, it is better to receive it from the corresponding department.
So you didn't submit a letter to prove your employment. Has your visa been decided yet? No? Well, it just might be that your case officer hasn't requested it yet.
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So you didn't submit a letter to prove your employment. Has your visa been decided yet? No? Well, it just might be that your case officer hasn't requested it yet.
>>it just might be that your case officer hasn't requested it yet
I think that should be the case. I've been asked for medicals, form 80 & PCC.
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>>it just might be that your case officer hasn't requested it yet
I think that should be the case. I've been asked for medicals, form 80 & PCC.
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however as i mentioned in my previous post at the time of launching application i provided my Job offer letter, appointment letter, promotion letters, and pay hike letters.
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