Express Entry Reference Letter Guide and Template – $25.99

$25.99

The Express Entry Reference Letter and Sample Guide is for individuals applying for permanent residence through Canada’s Express Entry program.

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    The Express Entry Reference Letter and Sample Guide is for individuals applying for permanent residence through Canada’s Express Entry program.

    As part of the Express Entry application reference letters or experience letters from employers are mandatory documents for each period of work experience declared in your application.

    Express Entry has specific requirements for what is included in the reference letter depending on your specific employment situation. This guide outlines what information you generally need to include in your reference letters, the why behind these requirements, common mistakes to avoid and samples.

    Specifically, this guide includes:

    • a checklist for all the essential components of an Express Entry reference letter
    • ¬†sample reference letters and templates that can be used for reference letters from:
      • Employers
      • Self-employed individuals
      • Colleagues (If your Employer cannot provide a comprehensive reference letter)
      • Clients (For self-employed individuals)
      • Other third-parties who can confirm aspects of your application (For self-employed individuals)

    While this guide should not be used as a substitute for legal advice or a consultation, it should be very, very helpful for those individuals who simply want a greater understanding of how to prepare their reference letters, and templates.

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DISCLAIMER

Please note that none of the information on this website should be construed as being legal advice. As well, you should not rely on any of the information contained in this website when determining whether and how to apply to a given program. Canadian immigration law is constantly changing, and the information above may be dated. If you have a question about the contents of this blog, or any question about Canadian immigration law, please contact the Author.