The No Objection Certificate from Employer is one of the most important documents when applying for a B-1 visa. Even though this is not a required document it is helpful when applying for a B-1 visa as it supports to strengthen your case. The letter will include a declaration that your employer has granted you permission to leave the country without objection for a short business trip. The letter will also mention about the purpose of your visit as well we ways to cover expenses while on the trip.
[Full Name and Address of your company]
[Employer Phone Number]
Subject: No Objection Certificate for [Employee’s Name]
This letter is to formally introduce Mr./Mrs.________________, who holds the position of ____[designation]___ with ____[name of the company]_____, is visiting _______[city and country]_____ on ______ [date]_____. We do not have any objection regarding his overseas business visit.
During his stay in ______[country]_____, Mr./Mrs _________________________ will be attending certain business meetings with _________[name of client]__________ as a representative of our company.
Since the meetings are strictly related to sales, it would not involve any kind of technical training or assistance. The stay in _______[country]_______ would not exceed the legally permitted period, and Mr.______________________ does not have any intentions of immigrating to ______[country]______.
Furthermore, the company is completely taking responsibility of all the expenses during his stay in _______(country), including the flight tickets from ______[home country]_______ to _____[visiting country]_____ and back.
Your assistance in granting him a visa would be greatly appreciated.
(undersigned, with round seal of the office/department along with stamp)
[Name of the Employer]
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