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Cause I know my verification may not be going positive from HR for one one employer due to reference letter taken from senior colleague directly not from HR and it will result in NJL , cause of which I will have to prepare the additional documentations from my side to proof my employment.
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Once a HR has refused to confirm your employment, will any senior employee still stick his neck out and give you a SD ?

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Cause I know my verification may not be going positive from HR for one one employer due to reference letter taken from senior colleague directly not from HR and it will result in NJL , cause of which I will have to prepare the additional documentations from my side to proof my employment.
Are you facing any difficulty in getting letters from HR, for your previous employments? If you have never tried for a letter from HR, get it now. Even though your assessments are completed, HR will know your intentions and I believe they will also maintain a copy of the letter issued to you. So, when they do job verification, it will be smoother for you.

In my current organization, hr denied a letter as company policy for current employment( the same company was also one of my my previous employer, anyway I got a HR letter for my previous tenure with the company). So, took a SD from my manger's reporting manager for current employment, after discussing with him about the situation.

If you haven't done these things earlier, do it now, it may help during verification with HR. Stay positive.

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The reason one has submitted a SD for the current employment episode is because either the employer is hostile to the idea of you applying for a PR or the employee does not want the employer to know about your PR plans. If the employment claim is backed up by solid evidence like offer payslips, tax documents , ITR, PF statements , bank statements, hike letters etc why does the CO need to contact the HR again put the applicant in spot ?

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The reason one has submitted a SD for the current employment episode is because either the employer is hostile to the idea of you applying for a PR or the employee does not want the employer to know about your PR plans. If the employment claim is backed up by solid evidence like offer payslips, tax documents , ITR, PF statements , bank statements, hike letters etc why does the CO need to contact the HR again put the applicant in spot ?
None of the documents you mentioned give the RNR
Thatís why the CO contact the HR

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Agreed...it defeats the very purpose of a statutory declaration. Once the HR is contacted , either they can choose not to respond, If they were to respond then they will end up contacting your management chain.

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How much is the Service Fees of Mara Agent for Australia Partner Visa (subclass 309 ) in India ?
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Each agency will have its own fees depending on its reputation and how much work you want to get done through them

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Agreed...it defeats the very purpose of a statutory declaration. Once the HR is contacted , either they can choose not to respond, If they were to respond then they will end up contacting your management chain.
That’s a risk you take if you want to migrate
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Cause I know my verification may not be going positive from HR for one one employer due to reference letter taken from senior colleague directly not from HR and it will result in NJL , cause of which I will have to prepare the additional documentations from my side to proof my employment.
In case you do get a NJL, don’t reply directly
Engage a good immigration lawyer and do as per his instructions
Once a HR has refused to confirm your employment, will any senior employee still stick his neck out and give you a SD ?

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Yes, I do want to hire a good immigration lawyer, however should we hire it from India or someone from Australia only. As I contacted one Australian Mara agent DMS through email however I got response from their Indian counterpart, he mentioned about his profile about being from IIT kharagpur. I don't want to risk by taking chances.
Please advise me some good Mara agent / lawyer for me to start contacting them. Please advise.
Yes, my senior is still supporting and saying if DIBP contact through call, he will give positive verification. However, if they email him may be he will not be able to respond as it's about his job also..
In this case if I received NJL, and I get SD signed by another ex colleague, will it help..
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Cause I know my verification may not be going positive from HR for one one employer due to reference letter taken from senior colleague directly not from HR and it will result in NJL , cause of which I will have to prepare the additional documentations from my side to proof my employment.
Are you facing any difficulty in getting letters from HR, for your previous employments? If you have never tried for a letter from HR, get it now. Even though your assessments are completed, HR will know your intentions and I believe they will also maintain a copy of the letter issued to you. So, when they do job verification, it will be smoother for you.

In my current organization, hr denied a letter as company policy for current employment( the same company was also one of my my previous employer, anyway I got a HR letter for my previous tenure with the company). So, took a SD from my manger's reporting manager for current employment, after discussing with him about the situation.

If you haven't done these things earlier, do it now, it may help during verification with HR. Stay positive.
Yes, I came to know of many cases in same company who applied for Australia Immigration they didn't get support from HR, HR said they give only Service certificate. In my case I didn't raise the request to HR. In some cases, they did reduce the experience while signing the reference letter where they took help for their department.

As you are saying to get reference letter from HR now, will it help? Let us say if I initiate the process of getting the reference letter from HR now as a fresh request. They may or may not give the role and responsibilities exactly same as I got it on my reference letter. Will it really help??
Now what should they reply to the verification in that case what I came to know DIBP asked HR to give consent on the RNR letter which I submitted. Now if they say "Negative" for the RNR submitted. Will a new reference letter can support the case?

Mine is same story I worked for one company X for 8 years and joined company Y for 2 years (Gulf country) for which this verification issue.
When I begin my process last year, I was with Company Y employer, now I rejoined Company X ( working for past 1 year). For company X as it's in India I have very good contact with HR, they are even waiting for my verification to happen and they said when it will come we will inform you and call you , what we need to reply to this email.

Now problem here was those 9 days which I fall short of from Company X for considering 8 years out of last 10 years, otherwise I would have claimed experience points for Company X only.
Request you for your expert opinion.

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