An employment verification letter template form is used to provide information that a specific person's is an employee of a company and has a regular and steady salary with substantial job security.
It is used for: prove the individual has a steady source of income in order to get a loan, rent a home or apartment, rent a commercial place.
It is required by a number of person or organizations such as: lenders, home owners/landlord, insurance companies, the passport/Visa Offices, government offices or institution, credit card companies and other organizations.
This official document should:
It should contain:
________________________, ____ of ________________ of 20____.
RE: Employment Verification
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
This letter is to inform that ______________________________ (Name) is employed with ___________________________________________ (Firm) full-time/part-time and on permanent basis. He/She has been working here for the past _____(number of months) and is not on a probationary basis.
Position Held: ___________________________________________________________________
Duties performed: ____________________________________________________________
Annual Salary Income: $____________
Number of working hours ___________ every day/week/month.
We are pleased to inform you that __________________ (employee's name) is punctual, honest, precise, hard working, and a valuable asset to our organization.
Please feel free to contact our Human Resource Department at _________________ (phone #), if you need any further details.
I/we, ___________________________ (Chairman/CEO), state that the details provided above are true and correct to the best of my/our knowledge.
Chairman/CEO, Company's Name
Human Resource Department, Company's Name
To get information on how to obtain a Proof of Income Letter sample from Social Security Administration Services go to: https://secure.ssa.gov/apps6z/BEVE/main.html
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