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Positive LMO and Letter of employment!


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Old 18th March 2013, 09:51 AM
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Hi! Guys to make this as short as possible: I have an positive LMO and letter of employment from a canadian company,Now i am applying for the work permit online,All my Employer certificates are in swedish and reference letters is also in swedish do i really have to get them translated?I also have a letter of confirmation from my last employer stating my workhours and the timeperiod i have been working as journeyman scaffolder is that proof enough? I really need help with this.

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Yes. With all due respect what good are documents in Swedish in a country where English and French are the official languages.

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Yes. With all due respect what good are documents in Swedish in a country where English and French are the official languages.
Haha i understand that but what i wanted to know was is the letter from My former employer enough where he states My work experience?

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