Having an Employment Verification Letter from your current employer is usually helpful when applying for a US B1/B2 visa. The Employment Verification Letter serves as your proof of income, your position and your intent to return back to home country to resume with your employment. The Employment Verification Letter should be original and must be printed on company letterhead. The letter should state the following as shown in the sample below.
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