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Hi.i worked in a company as a hr in a small scale business for 6 doesnt have salary slip or voicher either. Now i am applying student visa for ireland.what should i do to prove that i am working and getting salary from this company apart from appointment and relieving letter. Can anyone help me please??
If you have appointment letter and relieving letter, you can easily prove your period of employment.
If you have been paid gratuity (assuming that your company has 10 or more employees), then you can do back calculation and get your last drawn wages (Basic+DA at least).
If your salary is paid through bank then you can use the bank statement.
If you are in good terms with your company then you can politely ask for last pay slip. Since you are from HR, I suppose it will be easier for you.

Im not gona show mysavings for my tution fee but my dad i need bank statement of mine????? To prove dat I've sufficient funds?? Are we submitting bank statement to show dat v ve funds or as a proof of funds??
Getting Ireland student visa is an elaborate process. Your annual family budget should be more than Rs. 60 lacs out of which Rs. 10-12 lacs would go toward tuition fees and boarding and lodging expenses. For obtaining student visa there is no need for company's letter. You have and your parents have to prove your financial ability to pay expenses for the next five years. You need the following documents: 3 years ITR, 6 months bank statement showing adequate balance covering your expenses, parents consent letter, and university admission approval letters.
Hi there. Thank you. I am planning to study ms n hr. ive around 15 lacswhich s suff for one year program. Tution +living expenses. I understand dat it may prolong some more money to complete my program. And ive a canadian visa refusal by this November:(
I believe if you have a Canadian visa refusal, it is naturally not possible you would get Ireland visa. try your luck and let me know. You may also arrange to get in touch with Irish embassy students enrolment agents, they may also give you concrete suggestions to beat the system.
I understand dat visa rejection l b a pblm. But that was for different program but for ireland im applying MSc in HR. I ve 6 years of experience n d same field. Whie i applied international business management in canada.
Can i change my passport then?? Ireland embassy may not be able to find that ive a visa refusal?? But ive a uk travel history... :/
If you have UK travel history how can it help changing your passport, you will get Irish visa. Irish visas as such are issued by UK. Even if you change you passport, you may have to also provide your old passports as part of scrutiny while apply for visas.
Lately; it is noticed that some Members & Officials use the word "Appointment Letter" "instead of Appointment Order". I think; as this is an important document binding employee & employer and always reviewed by several Courts when the relationship strained & referred to Courts ; it can be worded as Apptt.Order & NOT Apptt.letter. By writing as Apptt.letter; the significance & value of such an Imp.document is reduced. Purchase Dept. say PURCHASE ORDER, MATERIALS ORDER, WORK ORDER etc., WHEREAS this Apptt. concern the life of an employee when it goes to Labour Court & other Courts; Hence, it is worth mentioning as APPTT. ORDER & NOT Apptt.Letter. Offer Letter can be OK like other normal letter. though; it also has significant value. As the Apptt. document is a binding contract; it can be termed as APPTT.ORDER. Senior Members Comments/ opinion is requested to adopt a Uniform word.
HR Consultant. 29.12.16

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