employment reference letter or Statutory Declaration?

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employment reference letter or Statutory Declaration?

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Old 11-14-2012, 06:52 AM
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Talking employment reference letter or Statutory Declaration?

I'm now in the process of applying the the Skilled Migration visa(subclass 189).

My problems is that my first job can date backs to 2004,which is 8 years ago . As all my older colleagues have left and the new employees don't know me, that company refused to provides me employee reference letter.

I'm wondering that can I write a Statutory Declaration about this work experiences instead of the employee reference letter?
is there any other documentary that i should provide to prove that my Statutory Declaration is true?

Can someone give me advises? thanks

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