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Hi Everyone,

Hope you are all having a great start to the year !

I have a couple of queries regarding the Statutory declarations and request someone to provide suggestions based on their knowledge/experience.

I am compiling the documents to be sent to ACS and am seeing a bump as i try to gather my work experience references.

My total experience is 11+ years and in current organisation it's 4+ years (close to 5). My Current organisation refused to provide employment reference on company letter head.

So the next best option i have is to get a Stat Dec signed by a manager. The manager whom i believe would be willing to help me have moved to our USA branch in 2017.

1)Can someone suggest how i can get a Stat Dec from this manager, as i presume she would not be able to sign the Indian bond paper while she is in USA.

2)Can she provide a Stat Dec per USA standards and mention that she had supervised me in past projects in India but have now moved to USA?

3)My Stat Dec from previous organisation managers (accounting to 6+ years) would be attested by Indian Notaries in Indian Bond paper.

Would it be a problem if i submit my application from India and
-> 6+ years of Indian experience is notarized in India
-> 4+ years of Indian experience (including 1.5 years of UK deputation) is notarized by manager in USA (given she supervised me from India during my Indian tenure)


Request your suggestion on this.

Thanks in advance.
Sudharsan

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Hi Everyone,

Hope you are all having a great start to the year !

I have a couple of queries regarding the Statutory declarations and request someone to provide suggestions based on their knowledge/experience.

I am compiling the documents to be sent to ACS and am seeing a bump as i try to gather my work experience references.

My total experience is 11+ years and in current organisation it's 4+ years (close to 5). My Current organisation refused to provide employment reference on company letter head.

So the next best option i have is to get a Stat Dec signed by a manager. The manager whom i believe would be willing to help me have moved to our USA branch in 2017.

1)Can someone suggest how i can get a Stat Dec from this manager, as i presume she would not be able to sign the Indian bond paper while she is in USA.

2)Can she provide a Stat Dec per USA standards and mention that she had supervised me in past projects in India but have now moved to USA?

3)My Stat Dec from previous organisation managers (accounting to 6+ years) would be attested by Indian Notaries in Indian Bond paper.

Would it be a problem if i submit my application from India and
-> 6+ years of Indian experience is notarized in India
-> 4+ years of Indian experience (including 1.5 years of UK deputation) is notarized by manager in USA (given she supervised me from India during my Indian tenure)


Request your suggestion on this.

Thanks in advance.
Sudharsan
Option 2 is acceptable

3. No problem

4. No problem as long as they are true

But all said and done, many co insist on a reference letter despite having a SD
So try your level best to get a reference letter before settling for a SD



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Option 2 is acceptable

3. No problem

4. No problem as long as they are true

But all said and done, many co insist on a reference letter despite having a SD
So try your level best to get a reference letter before settling for a SD



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Thanks a lot for your quick reply NB. And sorry am writing a rather long followup. But i thought the context mentioned might help people to provide suggestions.

I understand that the reference letter will be better for ACS evaluation, and am trying to get it from my US based employer (offices in India) whom i spent my initial 6 years with. Though am trying to get SD from corresponding manager as a backup.

However my current India based employer refused to give reference with Roles & Responsibilities as they say it's against company policy. However i would have a reference letter with designation, dates etc., to supplement the SD that has R&R.

I had worked for around an year and a half with Manager X in my current company. After that she had moved to our USA office (same India based employer) on a client commitment. And eventually i moved to our UK office on a different client commitment for around 1.5 years. Though i have been in constant touch with her on official matters like new project proposal etc., Now am back in India, while my manager is still in USA working with the client. So am trying to find a way to get her attestation work for me.

My question 1 is :

Since i do not know much about way things work in USA (North Carolina to be specific) i wanted to understand if i must ask for an Affidavit or a Stat Dec.

Also while declaring the attestation, she will have to mention something like below to start with i believe

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To Whom It May Concern:

(1) I, Mrs.X , working as Senior Manager with ABC Limited, North Carolina, USA. do solemnly make the following declaration:

I am working in ABC Limited from XX-XXX-XXXX TO DATE and have worked with Mr. ME as his Supervisor in various projects during his tenure with ABC Limited.

(2) Mr. ME has been working as DESIGNATION with ABC Limited, Pune, India since XX-XXX-XXXX TO DATE, on a fulltime basis, working 45 hours per week.

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My question 2 is :

Now i just wanted to know if it would be valid for her to say that she is working with ABC LTD, USA and she would attest my skills while am working with ABC LTD, INDIA.

My question 3 is :

Can anyone help me with Stat Dec format or template (for ACS) that can be used in USA ?

Thanks a ton in advance for your support.

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