Sample Skill Letter USA for Green Card PERM Application

Anil Gupta  27 Feb, 19      84  Forms USA

Sample Skill Letter USA for PERM filing


This is to certify that Mr. Ram GUPTA was full time employed with ABC Ltd. from 1 January 2010 to 31 December 2013. He reported to our office in Gurgaon, India from 1 January 2010 to 31 December 2012 and to Tampa, Florida from 1 January 2013 to 31 December 2013.

While leaving our organization, he/ she was designated as a Lead Engineer.

During his/her employment with ABC Ltd., he/she was responsible for the following:

 

  1. Architecture and design for the Business process development team.
  2. Subject matter expert within the Business process environment for Oracle, SQL server and Dot-net.
  3. Technical leadership for solving complex programming tasks.
  4. Responsible for project life-cycle, incl. analysis, design, development, implementation, support and enhancement.
  5. Designed and maintained coding standards to enhance application development and maintenance.

 

He/She utilized skills including:

  1. Oracle
  2. SQL server and .Net.

 

We wish him/her all the best for his/her future endeavors.

For ABC Ltd.,
PEER SINGH

HR-HEAD


Sample I-140 skill letter in DOC format

This same letter is available in Doc format here. You can copy and paste from here and use it for your purpose.


Sample Skill-certificate/ technical-experience letter as an evidence of prior work experience from your previous/current employer in USA.
You need it at the time of filing the H1B PERM (labor) and I-140 application as part of the GC (Green Card application) process.

A skill letter has no standard format. It varies from company to company and from Attorney (lawyer) to Attorney.

In USA, USCIS needs this employer provided detailed experience cum tech verification letter with responsibilities and duties for H1B, to evaluate the basis of your Green card application.

These days, they are not accepting co-worker written experience letters as legitimate. You should try to get it from your manager or human resources (HR) department from previous employer.

You can also write this same skill letter format for Australia’s Skilled PR immigration and Canada’s Skill assessment.

Sample skill letter for USA green card application
Sample skill letter for USA green card application

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Include full period of employment in Skill Letter

Include full period of employment even if part of it was outside USA or any other country.

For example, If you worked for 2 years in India and then worked in USA for 1 year for this company. Include the full employment period by specifically mentioning the tenure in India and the USA separately.

Skill Letter – Include ONLY relevant work experience / technologies

Write ONLY the work experience or technologies that are mentioned in the JOB advertisement that your current company has used to hire in USA.

For other countries like Australia and Canada, the work experience should be relevant to the visa or skill that you are applying to.

This is important as the technical skills and the job-responsibility verbiage should remain same during the whole process of documentation of GC process to maintain consistency. I was specifically informed about this by my Attorney to NOT change the verbiage as he had written it in strict conformity with the job advertisement that the company has published in various newspapers.

Do NOT write ALL that you know in technology or responsibility section

The skill letter is not your resume or CV, so stay away from writing each technology that you have ever heard of! Be specific an to-the-point with the roles and technologies.

You should only write 4-5 technologies that you have really worked-on and it should MATCH with your CURRENT job (which you are using to file GC).

Employer may issue skill letter only once

Not sure about your specific company, but most of them just issue it once in the lifetime on their letter head.

So, just be very careful with the verbiage contents of the letter. You might not be able to change it later.

This letter can certainly be used for other purpose/country’s visa applications. For example, Canada and Australia also demand this letter as part of their immigrant visa applications while verifying the experience of the applicant.

Hence, it is advisable to address the letter as ‘WHOMSOEVER IT MAY CONCERN‘ rather than specifically to ‘USCIS‘. This would help you use the letter at multiple places.

Skill Letter Head need full company address and contact numbers

The official employer letter head that you use to print these letters should clearly show the company’s address (could be any in case of multiple offices) and reachable contact numbers.

USCIS or any other company who scans this document might contact them over phone or by paper letter to verify your claims. If the letter head does not inherently has the address and contact numbers, then you should add them.

Sometimes, the skill assessment from countries like USA, Australia and Canada do contact the employer to verify the details you have mentioned. So, be careful.

Skill experience letter for Green card from Colleague

This experience letter can be printed on your colleague from previous employer can be printed either on employer’s letter head or a plain piece of paper.
If it is on plain piece of paper, it should be notarized.

If the colleague has left the previous employer too, this should be clearly mentioned in the letter that the current person is NOT working with the previous employer.

See Also: H4 EAD application and documents list for H1B dependent’s work permit

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  1. Hi Anil ,

    I am writing to you with a query regarding document collection for GC Process. I also went through the comment thread on “NewStart” post below . I am kind of in same situation . I have 2 skills missing on my skill letter received from TCS . Attorney is asking if I can get those skills written on my skill letter . I have already taken the skill letter from TCS in 2016 and as expected , TCS is refusing to provide it again .

    Now , I only know 1 person who has worked as my lead and willing to give me skill letter on plain paper ( He is in different company now ) . But , he joined after me and left before me . So again , he cannot attest my skills for the whole duration spent in TCS. What can I do in this case ?

    Also , I read on the article , any letter provided will have to be notarized . What does this mean ? Is it referring to any public notary in India ?

    Looking forward to your response Anil . Please help me out here .

    Thanks,
    PM

    • Anil Gupta   14 Nov, 18 at 6:46 pm

      The letter given by co-workers are acceptable but are seen suspiciously by DOL for PERM processing.
      The letter has to be notarized.


      • Thanks for responding Anil . When you say notarized what does it mean ? Does it mean notarizing by a public notary ? Or it means something else in the US ?

        Also , is there any second option I can explore , because my co-worker cannot attest for my entire duration in TCS .

        Thanks
        PM

        • Anil Gupta   14 Nov, 18 at 6:58 pm

          Yes, public notary.
          Find another co-worker who can attest the other portion of time spent with the employer.


          • Thanks Anil . I will try and will get back on this thread if I need further suggestions . Thanks


  2. Hi Anil,
    1. I had almost 7 years of experience in TCS, and I do received the skill / experience letter from TCS. But my attorney is saying to get an elaborated version of experience letter from TCS by adding USA and India + my designations. TCS FFS / Exemp HR is clearly denying that format.

    Hence, my attorney suggested to get a coworker affidavit from my colleague. One of my co-worker has agreed to do that but I want to understand one point, my coworker joined TCS in 2007 and left in 2014. I do joined in year 2008 and left in 2015.
    Does it make any difference here , can he vouch for me, as he was their with me for all the time and knows my duties / responsibilities ,also when I got promoted to my LAST designation, it was in front of him. He was their with me for almost 9 months and then he left TCS in 2014 and I continued till 2015.

    My attorney thought process is that the person should be with you all time and longer, Please suggest does the above coworker is acceptable.

    2. On the another scenario, if this coworker is not acceptable, then I do have another coworker who is still in TCS, my attorney is asking from my coworker a bonafide letter stating he is still in TCS. TCS is clearly denying that you cannot do that as it is illegal. I am not sure where it is illegal, can you please help me to know does you know any option through which a current TCS employee can get a bonafide certificate. Thank you.

    • Anil Gupta   2 Apr, 18 at 8:28 am

      I know that it is getting tougher these days with these kind of letters being demanded by USCIS with elaborate details. I also agree that TCS does not change their standard format and it is difficult to get those details.

      1. Well, this co-worker’s letter can be obtained for the time he was with you in TCS. This would be eligible to prove your skills and work experience till the time he was with you in TCS.
      2. The other worker’s letter can be obtained for rest of the time and he can certainly write the letter that he is still with TCS at the time of writing the letter. There is nothing illegal about it if USCIS is demanding it on paper. If it is was legal, how can USCIS demand and expect this kind of letter from the applicant?

      Also, note that these letters are ONLY required if your PERM/I-140 case lands in AUDIT. Otherwise, you will not need those.

      But, it is always better to collect these letters as soon as you can. Almost all countries demand it these days including Australia and Canada.
      This will be useful if you decide to immigrate to other countries in future too.


      • Thank you; the problem is with the second coworker, my attorney is asking for a current bonafide letter that proves he is stil in tcs. Tcs is saying that you are doing illegal as you cannot use this bonadfie letter for some other purpose like immigration. I am not sure how to handle this situation.Please guide if you do have any suggestion.Thank you.

        • Anil Gupta   2 Apr, 18 at 8:53 am

          Did you ask your attorney on what TCS is saying? What is your attorney guidance on this ‘illegal letter’?
          Do you need this bonafide letter on TCS letter head?
          I doubt that the person will be able to share it with you anyway even if TCS gives him the letter. That is too much of a ask from a co-worker.

          I do not know of any such USCIS guidance of procuring this kind of letter anywhere on their official list of documents. I think it is your Attorney who is demanding it.
          My opinion is that you should be okay even if second co-worker does not give you the bonafide letter of working with TCS.
          If required to validate, USCIS can request the data from TCS directly. At that time, off-course, TCS will entertain their request! They can’t deny it if that person is/was working for them.


          • 1. Yes, Attorney is the one who is keep on asking about this bonafide letter to prove that the coworker is still in TCS. Co-worker do shared offerletters, promotion letter, recent salary slips etc but Attorney is saying lots of other people are able to get the bonafide letter from TCS, why you are not?

            Yes, you are correct attorney is demanding this.

            My attorney is saying if you dont provide this coworker letter who worked with you throughout your period. We will withdraw your case. I never ever heard about this where a person is able to provide TCS skill letter and still attorney is asking to get a coworker affidavit, if you are not able to get it will withdraw your case.

            2. On the other hand, I asked my attorney to have 2 separate co-worker letters to prove my 2008-2014 experience and then from 2014 to beyond, he is asking me to get only one coworker letter from that person who was their from my whole tenure. I am not sure why unnecessarily attorney is pushing me to get a one coworker letter, Please suggest from your side.

            • Anil Gupta   2 Apr, 18 at 1:31 pm

              1. Why would he withdraw the case if you do not provide the bonafide letter? What’s the reason? I have not heard of any such case till date.
              Ask him to provide a reference of a person who has got the bonafide letter from TCS and you can talk to him/her on how to get it.

              I personally have not heard of anyone needing it and getting it from TCS.

              2. This is strange too. If there is no one who worked for the entire tenure, how can he expect to get one single letter. He is seriously not thinking on the ground.
              He does not know that finding a co-worker who can really write everything on paper for legal purpose is difficult step itself.

              I am sorry but I do not think that all these letters are required except the skill letter (that you may have already got from TCS directly).


            • 1.i. He is saying it will not suffice the reason of submitting the co-worker letter if you don’t provide the bonafide, co-worker affidavit will be invalid. I said coworker already provided offer letter, recent salary slips what else you want, for that question he is not providing any answer.
              1.ii. I have asked that to my attorney also, for that he didn’t provided any reference and he is saying that he will withdraw my case.

              2.i. I agree, he is not thinking on the ground and unnecessarily pushing me hard. He keeps on asking to me that other Ex-TCS people do have provided, why you are not able to provide? , Yes I do already received that letter.

              3. When I asked my attorney to directly touch base with TCS and get whatever you want, at that time he is not willing to that. Can I ask my current company immigration team to help me here. I am not sure whether my immigration team will listen me or not. Please suggest.

            • Anil Gupta   2 Apr, 18 at 2:13 pm

              I am not sure what kind of set up are you working in.
              Attorney is hired by your employer for his services. Everything is governed by your employer and what your employer wants.

              I am not sure why your employer’s immigration team is NOT saying anything in this scenario.
              This is beyond my understanding.


            • Unfortunately i cannot take the name in public forum but it is a very large company. Currently they are not in loop in this conversation, currently it is happening between myself and attorney directly. To add just now I got to know that they have filed the PERM and received A#. Now, I am worried with the fact that , if I reach to my employer immigration and if they only listen and favor to my attorney , then it will be an again headache which in need to handle. Please suggest.

            • Anil Gupta   2 Apr, 18 at 3:58 pm

              I do not know what to say unless they can give a reference of a person who has got the letter from TCS. I do not know of any such case and hence can’t guide you.
              As per my experience, you only need the skill letter to prove your on the job experience and that too if PERM or I-140 lands in Audit.


            • @NewStart : I am in the same situation as you are . Please can you guide me ? What next steps did you take to resolve this deadlock condition ?

              Thanks
              PM


  3. Hi Anil,
    I had almost 7 years of experience in TCS, and I do received the skill / experience letter from TCS. But my attorney is saying to get an elaborated version of experience letter from TCS by adding USA and India + my designations. TCS FFS / Exemp HR is clearly denying that format.

    Hence, my attorney suggested to get a coworker affidavit from my colleague. One of my co-worker has agreed to do that but I want to understand one point, my coworker joined TCS in 2007 and left in 2014. I do joined in year 2008 and left in 2015.
    Does it make any difference here , can he vouch for me, as he was their with me for all the time and knows my duties / responsibilities ,also when I got promoted to my LAST designation, it was in front of him. He was their with me for almost 9 months and then he left TCS in 2014 and I continued till 2015.

    My attorney thought process is that the person should be with you all time and longer, Please suggest does the above coworker is acceptable.
    ——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–
    On the another scenario, if this coworker is not acceptable, then I do have another coworker who is still in TCS, my attorney is asking from my coworker a bonafide letter stating he is still in TCS. TCS is clearly denying that you cannot do that as it is illegal. I am not sure where it is illegal, can you please help me to know does you know any option through which a current TCS employee can get a bonafide certificate. Thank you.


  4. Hi Anil,
    I had almost 7 years of experience in TCS, and I do received the skill / experience letter from TCS. But my attorney is saying to get an elaborated version of experience letter from TCS by adding USA and India + my designations. TCS FFS / Exemp HR is clearly denying that format.

    Hence, my attorney suggested to get a coworker affidavit from my colleague. One of my co-worker has agreed to do that but I want to understand one point, my coworker joined TCS in 2007 and left in 2014. I do joined in year 2008 and left in 2015.
    Does it make any difference here , can he vouch for me, as he was their with me for all the time and knows my duties / responsibilities ,also when I got promoted to my LAST designation, it was in front of him. He was their with me for almost 9 months and then he left TCS in 2014 and I continued till 2015.

    My attorney thought process is that the person should be with you all time and longer, Please suggest does the above coworker is acceptable.
    ——————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————–
    On the another scenario, if this coworker is not acceptable, then I do have another coworker who is still in TCS, my attorney is asking from my coworker a bonafide letter stating he is still in TCS. TCS is clearly denying that you cannot do that as it is illegal. I am not sure where it is illegal, can you please help me to know does you know any option through which a current TCS employee can get a bonafide certificate. Thank you.


  5. Hi Anil,
    1. I had almost 7 years of experience in TCS, and I do received the skill / experience letter from TCS. But my attorney is saying to get an elaborated version of experience letter from TCS by adding USA and India + my designations. TCS FFS / Exemp HR is clearly denying that format.

    Hence, my attorney suggested to get a coworker affidavit from my colleague. One of my co-worker has agreed to do that but I want to understand one point, my coworker joined TCS in 2007 and left in 2014. I do joined in year 2008 and left in 2015.
    Does it make any difference here , can he vouch for me, as he was their with me for all the time and knows my duties / responsibilities ,also when I got promoted to my LAST designation, it was in front of him. He was their with me for almost 9 months and then he left TCS in 2014 and I continued till 2015.

    My attorney thought process is that the person should be with you all time and longer, Please suggest does the above coworker is acceptable.

    2. On the another scenario, if this coworker is not acceptable, then I do have another coworker who is still in TCS, my attorney is asking from my coworker a bonafide letter stating he is still in TCS. TCS is clearly denying that you cannot do that as it is illegal. I am not sure where it is illegal, can you please help me to know does you know any option through which a current TCS employee can get a bonafide certificate. Thank you.

    • Anil Gupta   2 Apr, 18 at 8:29 am

      I know that it is getting tougher these days with these kind of letters being demanded by USCIS with elaborate details. I also agree that TCS does not change their standard format and it is difficult to get those details.

      1. Well, this co-worker’s letter can be obtained for the time he was with you in TCS. This would be eligible to prove your skills and work experience till the time he was with you in TCS.
      2. The other worker’s letter can be obtained for rest of the time and he can certainly write the letter that he is still with TCS at the time of writing the letter. There is nothing illegal about it if USCIS is demanding it on paper. If it is was legal, how can USCIS demand and expect this kind of letter from the applicant?

      Also, note that these letters are ONLY required if your PERM/I-140 case lands in AUDIT. Otherwise, you will not need those.

      But, it is always better to collect these letters as soon as you can. Almost all countries demand it these days including Australia and Canada.
      This will be useful if you decide to immigrate to other countries in future too.


      • Thank you; the problem is with the second coworker, my attorney is asking for a current bonafide letter that proves he is stil in tcs. Tcs is saying that you are doing illegal as you cannot use this bonadfie letter for some other purpose like immigration. I am not sure how to handle this situation.Please guide if you do have any suggestion.Thank you.

        • Anil Gupta   2 Apr, 18 at 8:54 am

          Did you ask your attorney on what TCS is saying? What is your attorney guidance on this ‘illegal letter’?
          Do you need this bonafide letter on TCS letter head?
          I doubt that the person will be able to share it with you anyway even if TCS gives him the letter. That is too much of a ask from a co-worker.

          I do not know of any such USCIS guidance of procuring this kind of letter anywhere on their official list of documents. I think it is your Attorney who is demanding it.
          My opinion is that you should be okay even if second co-worker does not give you the bonafide letter of working with TCS.
          If required to validate, USCIS can request the data from TCS directly. At that time, off-course, TCS will entertain their request! They can’t deny it if that person is/was working for them.


          • 1. Yes, Attorney is the one who is keep on asking about this bonafide letter to prove that the coworker is still in TCS. Co-worker do shared offerletters, promotion letter, recent salary slips etc but Attorney is saying lots of other people are able to get the bonafide letter from TCS, why you are not?

            Yes, you are correct attorney is demanding this.

            My attorney is saying if you dont provide this coworker letter who worked with you throughout your period. We will withdraw your case. I never ever heard about this where a person is able to provide TCS skill letter and still attorney is asking to get a coworker affidavit, if you are not able to get it will withdraw your case.

            2. On the other hand, I asked my attorney to have 2 separate co-worker letters to prove my 2008-2014 experience and then from 2014 to beyond, he is asking me to get only one coworker letter from that person who was their from my whole tenure. I am not sure why unnecessarily attorney is pushing me to get a one coworker letter, Please suggest from your side.

            • Anil Gupta   2 Apr, 18 at 1:32 pm

              1. Why would he withdraw the case if you do not provide the bonafide letter? What’s the reason? I have not heard of any such case till date.
              Ask him to provide a reference of a person who has got the bonafide letter from TCS and you can talk to him/her on how to get it.

              I personally have not heard of anyone needing it and getting it from TCS.

              2. This is strange too. If there is no one who worked for the entire tenure, how can he expect to get one single letter. He is seriously not thinking on the ground.
              He does not know that finding a co-worker who can really write everything on paper for legal purpose is difficult step itself.

              I am sorry but I do not think that all these letters are required except the skill letter (that you may have already got from TCS directly).


            • 1.i. He is saying it will not suffice the reason of submitting the co-worker letter if you don’t provide the bonafide, co-worker affidavit will be invalid. I said coworker already provided offer letter, recent salary slips what else you want, for that question he is not providing any answer.
              1.ii. I have asked that to my attorney also, for that he didn’t provided any reference and he is saying that he will withdraw my case.

              2.i. I agree, he is not thinking on the ground and unnecessarily pushing me hard. He keeps on asking to me that other Ex-TCS people do have provided, why you are not able to provide? , Yes I do already received that letter.

              3. When I asked my attorney to directly touch base with TCS and get whatever you want, at that time he is not willing to that. Can I ask my current company immigration team to help me here. I am not sure whether my immigration team will listen me or not. Please suggest.

            • Anil Gupta   2 Apr, 18 at 2:14 pm

              I am not sure what kind of set up are you working in.
              Attorney is hired by your employer for his services. Everything is governed by your employer and what your employer wants.

              I am not sure why your employer’s immigration team is NOT saying anything in this scenario.
              This is beyond my understanding.


            • Unfortunately i cannot take the name in public forum but it is a very large company. Currently they are not in loop in this conversation, currently it is happening between myself and attorney directly. To add just now I got to know that they have filed the PERM and received A#. Now, I am worried with the fact that , if I reach to my employer immigration and if they only listen and favor to my attorney , then it will be an again headache which in need to handle. Please suggest.

            • Anil Gupta   2 Apr, 18 at 3:59 pm

              I do not know what to say unless they can give a reference of a person who has got the letter from TCS. I do not know of any such case and hence can’t guide you.
              As per my experience, you only need the skill letter to prove your on the job experience and that too if PERM or I-140 lands in Audit.

  6. SANDEEP SHROFF   1 Nov, 17 at 11:30 pm

    Hi Anil,

    I am planning to immigrate to Canada. For that i would want to get a skills certificate from previous company. I have worked for 13 years in the previous company ( software services company – TCS) wherein I had held many different roles and responsibilities. Out of which major were in the areas of Program, Account Management, Project Management, Business & Presales Support. (in the other words I was drawn away from technological field to more of management work). So what has happened is; over years, I have not remained handson with technologies like C, Java etc… Also my domain area has been into Real-time applications and Control & Automation field.

    So I would like to understand what should I mention as my skills in skills certificate

    • Anil Gupta   2 Nov, 17 at 6:43 am

      You have to check what Canadian immigration demands in the skill letter.
      The above article is for USA green card’s skill letter requirements.

      Normally, you would just write your work experience i.e. whatever you have (just like the way you have mentioned in your comment) for Canadian skills evaluation. They are more concerned about your real work experience rather than the technology.

  7. Ramakrishna Gunda   6 Oct, 16 at 10:20 am

    Hello Anil,

    I have 11 years of experience in the order below. But my last employer whom i worked for 6 months is not ready to provide me a exp letter nor ready to pick a call. I have letter from all other employers. Do i really need to have the last 5 years experience or is it fine if i miss the last 6 months experience as i can provide 10years of experience with the same skill set.

    1st Company A 2 years
    2nd Company B 6 years
    3rd Company C 2 years
    4th Company D 6 months
    Current Company E 1 Year

    • Anil Gupta   6 Oct, 16 at 12:01 pm

      I would suggest to talk to attorney for this case. Normally, last contiguous 5 years experience letter is required.
      If your company is not ready to give it to you, you can ask any of your co-worker or manager to write it for you, citing that he worked with you and knows that you have worked in those technologies. It is perfectly acceptable.


      • Hello anil,

        Good information…. I have a question… I worked in Unix and Websphere for the last 2.5 years… and currently work in SAP…. And tcs gives client letter only based on Unix and websphere….my current employer wants to file GC and he asks me for skill letter… what can I do here?

        • Anil Gupta   9 Aug, 17 at 8:37 am

          What is your confusion regarding technology?
          You cannot change the work you have already done.
          So, talk to your attorney and ask what should be mentioned in skill letter.

          Does your current job require Unix and Websphere? If not, then how did they hire you? Your current company must have performed the LCA and job advertisement based on the skills they need. How did they select you?
          They already would have done the paper work to prove that you possess those skills (SAP).


          • I have been working in SAP for the past one year… My current job doesnt require unix/websphere…. My company hasn’t filed my GC still( consulting company).. so my confusion is if I currently work in SAP and have the skill letter based on unix from my previous employer, that is where my confusion is!!!

            • Anil Gupta   10 Aug, 17 at 8:30 am

              If you understand my previous answer correctly, i meant that your current consulting company would have done hired you based on your skills that you would have listed on your resume/or work experience.

              What they wrote in LCA and H1B application at that time matters for your GC’s skill letter now.

              Off-course, you can’t ask your old company to write that you worked in SAP even though you never worked in SAP there.


  8. Hello Anil,
    Did T C S include your India and USA or overseas dates in the skills certificate? I am trying to get one for my 10 years experience with them but in their email they specified not to mention the country name and dates. Any clue how to include the dates for the employment with them in both countries?
    Appreciate your response.

    • Anil Gupta   1 Jun, 16 at 10:34 am

      No. They will only give you one consolidated skill letter mentioning start and end date with them.
      They do not give any country specific skill letter.


      • My immigration attorney is asking me to include breakdown of country name and dates in the experience letter. Something like.. ” worked in India from xx/xx/xxx to xx/xx/xxxx and in USA from xx/xx/xxx to xx/xx/xxxx” .. But the TCS format mentions the start date and end date for the complete employment.. Do they provide location&date breakdown on request or stick with their standard format?

        • Anil Gupta   6 Apr, 17 at 5:44 pm

          TCS would not change their format. Don’t worry, it does not make a big difference.
          The more important thing is to have the technologies listed, the ones that you have worked on .


  9. Hi Anil,
    I have been working for the same company (C) from last 11 years. Before that, I had short stints in 2 other companies (A-9 months and B-10 months). My current company C is filing for GC now. Do I need to submit the previous companies experience letters. I have the experience letters from both companies, however they are not in the required template.
    Thanks!

    • Anil Gupta   31 May, 16 at 7:25 am

      No. You don’t need previous company’s letters. In case of filing GC specifically, you only need the previous 5 years of skill letters. This, in your case, is your own current company. So, they should take care of it themselves.

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