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ILR - Employer Letter for Tier 2 Migrant

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ILR - Employer Letter for Tier 2 Migrant

Post by rajee120 » Mon Nov 11, 2013 5:53 pm

Hi All,

Can anyone please give me a sample Employer Letter for point below?

Regards,
Rajesh

Tier 2 migrant If you are applying for indefinite leave to remain in the UK on completing 5 years’ continuous stay in the UK and your most recent leave has been as a Tier 2 migrant, the rest of your leave for the 5-year period may be made up of leave in any of the categories listed below. In addition to the relevant documents in 11A, you must provide the following specified documents:

A document from the sponsor who issued the certificate of sponsorship that led to your last permission to stay as a Tier 2 migrant confirming that you are:
- still required for the employment in question, and

In the case of Tier 2 (General) migrants and Tier 2 (Intra Company Transfer) migrants this document should also contain:
- confirmation that you are still required for the employment in question, and
- the nearest applicable SOC code which best describes your employment
- Your current rate of pay (this should be given in the same format as given in the codes of practice, for example hourly rate or yearly salary), and
- confirmation that this is at or above the appropriate


Note 9 Please read the guidance on the ‘Codes of practice for sponsored workers’ which is contained on our website.

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