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HSMP: applying for Entry Clearance in US - asking for employer letter of vacation?

HSMP: applying for Entry Clearance in US - asking for employer letter of vacation? Topic: American application letter
June 25, 2019 / By Emylynn
Question: I have an HSMP approval and I am trying to apply for the Entry Clearance (EC) to be able to enter UK as an HSMP beneficiary. I am in the process of applying for EC online (http://www.britainusa.com/visas/articles_show.asp?i=65028&L1=41000) and when I submitted my application online, I noticed that one of the supporting document that they requested is as follow: "... a letter confirming your period of leave from your employer together with salary slips for the last three months or a certificate confirming you have continuing studies or if you are self employed, evidence of your business." I can easily provide salary slips, but a letter from my employer that say I can take my paid-vacation?? I NEVER have this kind of letter, not even in my past jobs. If I want to take vacation, I just told my supervisor verbally. I do have some informal email, but it's not an actual letter. Can anyone who have applied for EC in USA help? UPDATE: Per Hunter*boys answer, it may be very well means that they're asking for a letter of RESIGNATION. However, this is still confusing since AFAIK, at least in US, when I resigned I do NOT receive a letter from my employer. As a matter of fact, I DO have to give them written notice. Thus, I am looking for an applicant in US that have successfully applied for EC based on HSMP on whether they even include this letter or not.
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Ciera Ciera | 9 days ago
I guess for folks like you, it is a vacation living in the USA. We have freedoms in our country yours does not have, and we smile a lot more. There are websites for the info you want. Type them in your browser window (its a white box at the top of your screen), to find the info you need. I am an American, not your hand-maid. Ta! Good luck.
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Ciera Originally Answered: What do i put if i dont know the employer's name for my cover letter?
I was writing a whole lot and I just put 'to whom it may concern'. One of them had a similar thing - a name in the email address, but I put the general term anyway and the reply came from someone else, so stick with 'to whom it may concern' or you risk sounding inappropriate.
Ciera Originally Answered: What do i put if i dont know the employer's name for my cover letter?
I suggest you send it to the Human Resources Director and address the letter Dear Sir/Mam: Good luck in your job search.

Azalea Azalea
Marriage does nothing to revoke your 10 year ban. There is nothing preventing you and your fiance from living in your country if you truly want to be with her. Or from marrying her and living in the US with her on a dependent visa. You could get married tomorrow but if your wife moved back to the UK you wouldn't be able to live together there until 2020. But there is nothing stopping you and your wife from living together elsewhere.
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Abilene Abilene
What they actually mean is not the paid leave its the letter of leaving the job for good, like we accept your resignation..... i think but you must ask to be sure
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Abilene Originally Answered: Stressing out about TS clearance, AF. Help:(?
It is natural to feel nervous but let set you at ease. The bulk of the people who get turned down for a TS clearance is due to the fact they were hiding or lying about something and didn't come clean about it. If you're upfront and honest right off the bat with your investigators (drug or alcohol use, run ins with the law, school problems, criminal acquaintances, etc...), then you have nothing to worry about. It's when they find out you lied or neglected to tell them about something MAJOR that you should have disclosed. Then, you will be in a world of hurt because if they can't trust you to tell them the truth, how are they going to trust to keep national secrets? As for other people who get turned down, well, there's different reasons but mostly due to finances (irresponsible and heavily indebted). By the way, I got a TS clearance and I came from L.A. with a typical background of a kid living in the streets of South Central. And when I started disclosing my [email protected]#$ about gangs, guns, drugs, run ins with the law and the fact that I was a suspect in a case or two, not to mention the fact that I associated with a "supplier" of the L.A, Saint Berdoo, and Riverside counties...well, needless to say, I was asked for more details and specifics. 6 months after joining, I had my TS clearance. Hmmm...if you really want to be nervous, then worry about the polygraph that you will eventually have to go through. hehe - so much for putting you at ease.

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