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Hello

I have noticed multiple threads where DIAC asks for documentation to verify the employment. I am plannign to launch a DIAC application before July 1,2012.

I worked for a company for about 5 years of which the first I year I was paid in checks. For the rest of the 4 years, I do have all the paystubs, but for the one year which I was paid in checks, I do not have the copies of taxes filed in that year (2006) as well. I do have the relieving letter issued in 2011 and offer letter dated 5 years back from the company. Now, because I do not have the copies of checks for the 1st one year, or tax return copies as well, what will be the probable outcome from DIAC in case they ask those details. Because I don't have those docs with me now, will that 1 year be excluded from the experience they count or will they just deny the application? Anyone faced this situation before and came out thru it?

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The employer is based in US, I am not sure what tax assessment is
 

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I do not have a copy of the taxes filed that year, I lost them somewhere. Will it be a problem because I dont have them with me?
 
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