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Hey,

If I'm getting the reference letter from my employer, is it necessary to give Statutory declaration?

Is it advisable to give both?

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Thanks Sharma ji.

Should I follow the template on DIBP website or the one ACS has?

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Thanks Sharma ji.

Should I follow the template on DIBP website or the one ACS has?

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YOu can use any

But following are mandatory fields

a) Employer name and full address with contact (HR issued letter head will also have it)
b) Your role and designations (you can mention latest OR any changes as well). If HR issues only latest then attach promotion letters alongwith.
c) Details of your duties (in your own words. No copying from anywhere)
d) Full time/part time employment
e) Locations you were worked during the employment
 

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YOu can use any

But following are mandatory fields

a) Employer name and full address with contact (HR issued letter head will also have it)
b) Your role and designations (you can mention latest OR any changes as well). If HR issues only latest then attach promotion letters alongwith.
c) Details of your duties (in your own words. No copying from anywhere)
d) Full time/part time employment
e) Locations you were worked during the employment
Thanks a ton.

Should the reference letter also mention the exact name of the position as required by ACS? For example, should it say "he/she worked as an ICT business analyst"?
 
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