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Respected seniors of this community,
I have a query regarding relieving letter requirement. I had worked in an organization from 10th March 2010 to 27th August 2010 and then left that organization due to serious health issues, I was on probation and company told me I wasn't entitled to take a sabbatical of more than 3 months, so eventually I had to leave. I only have my resignation acceptance from my the then line manager. In my resignation dt 27th March, 2010 I had requested him to relieve me after 7 days which is 03rd September, 2010, I also mentioned in my resignation that due to medical problem I would not be able to continue any more and I would not be able to serve my notice period being physically present therefore requested to relieve me on 03rd September. However I had handed over everything to him on that day itself. He told me that notice period could be adjusted with my leaves. So I have that acceptance. I do not have any relieving letter as the HR told me that during probation I wasn't supposed to get a relieving letter.
After getting recovered I spent another 5-6 months searching new jobs and then landed up an opportunity in an MNC and since then I have been working here got 2 promotions in last 5 years. Recently I have got another job opportunity in another US based firm. My medical testing and drug testing is over and they confirmed me that I'm medically FIT. Now they are going to initiate my BGC.
The problem that I have is the current organization where I'm working for the last 5 years I have all the documents and I'll leave this organization after serving my full notice period having all documents. But as far as my last job which I had left 6 years ago is concerned I only have Appointment letter, two pay slips and resignation acceptance.
Will that be a problem for me during BGC.
I even talked to first employer over phone and the HR confirmed me that she had no idea whether I resigned or I was absconded because that was 6 years back and this company had a very high attrition rate and she also confirmed that her system only shows my last working day which was 27th August, 2010. However I had talked to my the then line manager and he told me that if the BGC makes any contact with him he will verify and authenticate the acceptance mail that he had sent me 6 years back, he also left that organization 4.5 years ago.
Two question that I have:
1. Not having relieving letter of my previous organization which I left 6 years back will lead me to any trouble during BGC? Though I have the Acceptance of resignation and my ex line manager is ready to authenticate that.
2. As I knew I was relieved on 03rd September, 2010 I mentioned that date in my resume and now I came to know that internally they only have my last working day which was 27th August. Infact that was indeed my last working day and also the day when I had put down my papers. Will that contradiction lead to any problem?
Looking forward to get some advice from the stalwarts of the industry.
Thanks in anticipation.
20th August 2016 From India, Kolkata
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