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SAMPLE LETTER OF EMPLOYMENT FOR INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL

If  you are in H-1B status and plan to travel abroad, one of the items you will need is a sample letter of employment  to re-enter the U.S. (unless you are visiting Canada or Mexico for less than 30 days). 

Replace/change the items that are in bold

[printed/typed onto company letterhead]

 

 

[Date]

«Employer Company Name»

«Employer Department Name»

«Employer Address»

«Employer City, State, Zip»

 

To Whom It May Concern:

 

RE:      Employment Verification of «Ms./Mr.» «First Name» «Last Name»

 

Dear Sir/Madam:

 

This letter is written to confirm that «Ms./Mr.» «FirstName» «Last Name» is employed with «Employer Company Name», pursuant to the terms and conditions of our approved H-1B visa petition.

 

«Ms./Mr.» «Last Name» is employed in the position of «Position» at an annual salary of $«Salary».  «His/her» duties include:  «SpecificDuties»

 

We expect «Ms./Mr.» «Last Name» to resume «her/his» H-1B employment with «Employer Company Name» upon «his/her» re-entry to the U.S. following «her/his» trip.

 

Thank you for your assistance in this matter.

 

Sincerely,

 

 

(Sign here)

 

 

«Employer Signer»

«Employer Signer Title»