Sample No Objection Certificate from Employer

The No Objection Certificate from Employer is one of the most important documents when applying for a B-1/B-2 visa. This document is helpful when applying for a B-2 visa as it supports to strengthen your case. The letter will include the declaration that your employer has granted your permission to leave the country for a short trip for tourism purpose without any objection from them.



Name of the Employer
Full Address of your company
Employer Phone Number



[Insert date]

Full Address of the Embassy/Consulate

Subject: No Objection Certificate for [Employee’s Name]

Dear Sir/Madam,

This letter is to confirm that Mr./Mrs. __________________ is an employee with our company since _____ on a full-time basis. He is currently working as a _____[Designation]__ at __________[Company name]____ and his annual salary is USD ____________________.

Mr./Mrs. _______________________ has expressed his/her interest in visiting __________________(name of the country you’re visiting) for leisure and tourism purpose. Our company has no objection regarding his visit to ____________[Name of the country]____ for _____ days.

I’d also like to let you know that his/her leaves have been approved from ______[leave starting date]______ to ________________[leave ending date]_______ for this overseas trip. We’re expecting Mr./Mrs.______________________to report for work on __________[Date]__________ on the expiry of his approved leave.


If your office requires any further details regarding this matter, please feel free to contact us.



Yours sincerely,



(undersigned, with round seal of the office/department along with stamp)

Name of the employer,
Designation,
Company Name.

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