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How To Write An Employment Verification Letter Of Visa?
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Before we start talking of an employment verification letter for visa, let us first understand what is an employment letter and see its usage. It is an official letter that just confirms some information produced by the candidate to some authority, in this case, the government for visa.

Usually it is required for the process of verification and fulfilling necessary criteria for example, for getting a loan, acquiring some official government documents like the visa, etc. The following sections will throw some light on it.

What is Employment Verification Letter?

The employment verification letter is a short letter on the letter head of the organization where you are working. It affirms that you are associated with the organization, specifies the duration of the association, the role you have in the company, etc.

In some cases your salary is specified too. The purpose defines the specification of the letter. In case of visa, the employer is supposed to mention the salary. Have a look at the following points:

designation held in the company

tenure served in the company

salary in the current organization (optional)

How to Write Employment Verification Letter?

Writing an employment verification letter for visa is no big deal given all the specifications mentioned above. It is necessary to know that this information does not reveal anything about your personal details or your character, as opposed to the general notion. It is an official letter and the content is the same. Here is an example of recommendation letter.

The first paragraph of the letter is a general introduction about the issuer and the relationship with the candidate. The purpose of the letter may or may not be known to the issuer.

Secondly, the body of the letter should have the information that is useful, as you will see in the following sample letter.

Letter Head of Your Organization

Date

To Whom It May Concern

Dear (Addressee),

This is to certify that Mr. / Miss. _______ is / was an employee at (Organization's Name) from (joining date) till (current date or the last day of working).

Mr. / Miss. _______ has been working as (Designation) since (the duration).

(His/Her) gross salary is _______ USD per annum.

For any queries feel free to call on _______.

Sincerely,

(authorized signature)

Designation

Official Stamp

This is the employment verification letter template for applying for visa. Along with this it, might be helpful to know that no employer can deny giving an employment letter. Be it for any purpose, he or she has to issue it and for any number of times.


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