Krishan Pratap
I am planning to join an MNC & they want relieving/ experience letter from my previous employer (My first company). I joined that company in 2015 and in year 2016, the company got shut down. I have all other relevant documents, like:
- Offer Letter
- Form 16
- Salary Slips
- Bank Statements
- PF A/c Details
Is it mandatory to provide relieving/ experience letter for third-party verification?
PS- After shut down of my first company, I later joined another company in 2016. Have all the documents from my current employer.

From India, Delhi
Hr And Talent Acquisition Manager
Krishan Pratap
Computer Engineer


When the company is closed what you can do hence communicate the same and show the related documents what are you having and knowing all the facts the HR may not demand for them however you have all the related documents of your present company hence in my opinion it should not be an issue...
All the best

From India, Hyderabad
Hi, As a part of the documentation procedure the experience and the relieving letter is mandatory. Its also a mandate for the HR person to provide every employee their relieving letters. Please dig out the details of the HR and the person who owned the company and get it from them. They will be able to help you out.
During the third party verification, give the details of the person who owns the company with his Designation and contact number. Request him to answer the call.

From India, Bangalore
Sometimes such situations can happen, since relieving letter is very mandatory in every case no company nowadays accepts a candidate without one. But if the case is such that their is no way to get the same, either you can contact the previous HR or you can even ask your new employer to cross check the previous employer about your authenticity.
From India, Faridabad
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