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Employment Verification Letter for K-1 Interview

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Hi everyone, 

Not sure if anyone can help with this... 

But my fiancé got an automated general letter from his employment that shows his salary, his position, his start date. 

 

However, it is not signed and there's no actual contact information. 

Will this be enough for me to bring to the interview? Or does the letter have to be signed by someone at his employment? 

 

Thank you in advance! 

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Is it on company letterhead?  If so, that should be okay, with an explanation.

 

My company does not do personalized letters either.  I needed one for my i751 submission, and had to really push HR to, you know, spend 4 minutes to do that, so he could always try that too?  

 

I literally wrote what I needed in the letter, and HR actually copy and pasted it onto letterhead and then signed it, and when they handed it to me, made it seem like I had asked for, and received a donation of a vital organ.  I was so angry.  I sit right by their dept and see that ALL day they goof off, yet kicked back about a simple letter. 

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They could ask someone in their payroll department to use company letterhead, write the job title, salary, start date, etc and then sign. I know it's a pain but to me it is worth it for piece of mind and preparation. You can also have a manager create one as well and sign it. The more supporting evidence (whether it truly proves anything) the better in my opinion. 


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