Hi Naveenr -
Re 1, depends on the skills assessor's requirements - check very carefully. DIBP may (or may not) accept a reference letter like that if you can provide a good reason why the employer themselves (ie, manager or boss) cannot or will not write one. Re: remainder of questions, check the skills assessor's rules very carefully for these. Happy to give you case-specific advice once I see your documents at a consultation - see my website below in my signature if you'd like to proceed with that.
Hope this helps -
Originally Posted by naveenr
Thanks Mark for your reply ..
I need a little help as below .
1- Can we take statutory letter form colleague who has same profile and position in the company.
2- as i am not having degree in computing but have bachelor degree in science , so how many year they will deduct from my total experience (12 year) also will they deduct from last 10 year or from total year of experience.
2- I don't have salary slip for last 3 employer (2002-2004) but have offer letter and experience certificate only. --- is there any problem or it will work
3- i have seen people using "Commonwealth statutory" for statutory letter from INDIA. is it correct approach .