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What exactly do i need for proof of employment? I have read somewhere else that it needs to specify if im full time, part time, or varies...is this really necessary if im already bringing my pay check stubs?????(it says it there) I am planing on using an Employment Verification Letter for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Foreign Government Agencies and Embassies (immigration verification) its made by the County- it has the following information on it;

Information current as of:

Employer:

Employee:

SSN:

Employment Status: Active

Most recent start date:

Original hire date:

Total time for employer:

JOb title:

Rate of Pay:

Total pay for: 2010, 2009, 2008

Also, im a nine-month employee should it specify this on the letter aswell?

Should i be Ok with this letter of proof of employment??????? :blush:

thanks!!!!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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That format should work, absolutely.

Usually these are printed on 'company letterhead' and signed by someone in the Human Resources Department (or the Boss/Owner, if a smaller company)

re: 9 month employee - (you work at a school?)

if yer contract is renewed yearly, then I think yer 'date of hire' is really that first year's 'start date' and not the 'current year's start date'.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Costa Rica
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A letter written on your company leter head is what most of us have used as a "letter of employment".

The letter should include date of hire, position, and annual salary - should be signed by an officer of the company or someone in the HR Department.

Mine was a one paragraph letter including all that I've listed above...

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Filed: Timeline

That format should work, absolutely.

Usually these are printed on 'company letterhead' and signed by someone in the Human Resources Department (or the Boss/Owner, if a smaller company)

re: 9 month employee - (you work at a school?)

if yer contract is renewed yearly, then I think yer 'date of hire' is really that first year's 'start date' and not the 'current year's start date'.

YES I WORK FOR A SCHOOL AND I AM A NINE MONTH EMPLOYEE..... I WILL BE OFF PROBABLY WHEN WE HAVE OUR INTERVIEW..THAT'S WHY IM SO WORRIED..I DONT KNOW IF THE LETTER SHOULD SPECIFY..THAT I AM A NINE MONTH EMPLOYEE AND COMING BACK ON TO WORK ON SUCH DAY...

I ALSO HAVE A SUMMER JOB SOMEWHERE ELSE..SINCE I DONT GET PAID DOES 3 MONTHS IM OFF..........

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YES I WORK FOR A SCHOOL AND I AM A NINE MONTH EMPLOYEE..... I WILL BE OFF PROBABLY WHEN WE HAVE OUR INTERVIEW..THAT'S WHY IM SO WORRIED..I DONT KNOW IF THE LETTER SHOULD SPECIFY..THAT I AM A NINE MONTH EMPLOYEE AND COMING BACK ON TO WORK ON SUCH DAY...

I ALSO HAVE A SUMMER JOB SOMEWHERE ELSE..SINCE I DONT GET PAID DOES 3 MONTHS IM OFF..........

The letter should be both truthful and helpful. No need to engineer it in such away as to make it less helpful or confuse any issues. Frankly, a couple pay stubs and a tax return will do nicely and you can just skip the employer letter. It's not a requirement. Consular officers understand how school employment works and how pay stubs work as evidence.


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