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Hi,

I am in process of collecting experience letters from my past employers on ACS given format but my current employer is not willing to give me Exp letter.
I have following questions:
1- Can i get Statutory Declaration from any of my senior colleagues?'
2-Is there a specific template?
3- or it has to be on company's letter head?
4-Do i need to get it attested as well?

Looking forward to your helpful responses.:)
 

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1. SD from senior colleague works just fine.
2. Ref: http://www.expatforum.com/expats/platypus-den/469793-my-journey-australia-google-page-ranking.html for samples.
3. If the company is willing to give you, then prefer that one first. Otherwise, #1 works as well.
4. SD from senior colleague/ manager would need to be on a stamp paper and notarized. Otherwise, the letter from your company, and as well as all other supporting documents have to be certified true copies. Download Skills-Assessment-Guidelines-for-Applicants.pdf from ACS website. It has all the answers you seek.
 

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Thankyou for your reply..i unerstood that i need to get SF from my colleague on stamped paper?and it has to be verified by notary?
 
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