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Old 5th September 2010, 10:55 AM
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Hi, I have got letter from my current employer with details like Date of joinin, designation etc.... but doesn't have information like type of project, technology used, roles in project etc. So is it ok if my collegue write it down in plain paper (or it has to be statutory declration ? ) also do I need to make a statutory declaration for detailed description of nature of work ? Thanks in advance.

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I can't tell you for sure what you must and what you mustn't do, but I am going to tell you what I did as an example which you may use if you find it useful.

I wrote a statutory declaration on a plain paper and on separate two plain papers I wrote a detailed description of my work. I got my 2 colleagues to sign this description in front of notary public, we attached the description with the statutory declaration and everything together was signed and stamped by notary public.
Then I gave that to court interpreter to translate just the part which notary public had written because everything else was already in English.

I sent that to ACS and I suppose it was ok since I've been given a positive outcome letter.

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I can't tell you for sure what you must and what you mustn't do, but I am going to tell you what I did as an example which you may use if you find it useful.

I wrote a statutory declaration on a plain paper and on separate two plain papers I wrote a detailed description of my work. I got my 2 colleagues to sign this description in front of notary public, we attached the description with the statutory declaration and everything together was signed and stamped by notary public.
Then I gave that to court interpreter to translate just the part which notary public had written because everything else was already in English.

I sent that to ACS and I suppose it was ok since I've been given a positive outcome letter.
Thanks for your reply, you have written that you attached the description letter (signed by your collegues) and attached with satutory declaration. Can you please tell me what was that declaration about ? (one you attched with). I hope I am making my self clear.

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Thanks for your reply, you have written that you attached the description letter (signed by your collegues) and attached with satutory declaration. Can you please tell me what was that declaration about ? (one you attched with). I hope I am making my self clear.
I stated in it that I am an employee of my current company for 6 years, furthermore I claimed that I am a Sun Certified System Administrator, I stated why I am unable to provide a real reference letter from my employer and finally I mentioned that there is a detailed reference letter signed by my 2 colleagues attached to that statutory declaration.

One important advice: make sure that you use the exact dates not just month and year in all your statutory declarations and reference letters.

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I stated in it that I am an employee of my current company for 6 years, furthermore I claimed that I am a Sun Certified System Administrator, I stated why I am unable to provide a real reference letter from my employer and finally I mentioned that there is a detailed reference letter signed by my 2 colleagues attached to that statutory declaration.

One important advice: make sure that you use the exact dates not just month and year in all your statutory declarations and reference letters.
Thanks for your reply. I contact you if I require furthur information

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