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I lived for 18 months in Morocco and as part of my employment I was given an apartment to live in. I never had a contract of employment and didn't pay rent. I havn't been in contact with my ex boss for over a year but managed to get him to write a letter stating that i was living in a apartment (and my girlfriend, the applicant) lived with me for 6 months. It has a business letterhead and it has been written on a computer and scanned to me. Is that sufficient? Or does it need to be witnessed? I could ask him, but it is difficult to get in touch and my boss only goes back to england every month or so I dont want to hassle him to much. any thoughts on this? thanks. I have photos, hotel receipts, passport stamps, authored a cookbook while I was there etc. to prove i lived there. It was here where we started our relationship.


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Hi all,

I lived for 18 months in Morocco and as part of my employment I was given an apartment to live in. I never had a contract of employment and didn't pay rent. I havn't been in contact with my ex boss for over a year but managed to get him to write a letter stating that i was living in a apartment (and my girlfriend, the applicant) lived with me for 6 months. It has a business letterhead and it has been written on a computer and scanned to me. Is that sufficient? Or does it need to be witnessed? I could ask him, but it is difficult to get in touch and my boss only goes back to england every month or so I dont want to hassle him to much. any thoughts on this? thanks. I have photos, hotel receipts, passport stamps, authored a cookbook while I was there etc. to prove i lived there. It was here where we started our relationship.
That should do, they say you don't need to notarize stuff like that.

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