This sample letter acts as a template for a supporting document when petitioning for a H1-B supported role or in response to a Request for Evidence (RFE) in determining the educational background of the employee. This should be customized to individual needs and printed on College/School Letterhead. Including a copy of the college transcripts and Master’s degree is recommended.
March 14, 2019
To Whom It May Concern
I am writing this letter to confirm that Mr. xxxxx was enrolled in the xxxx Engineering (replace
with your major) Master’s Program at xxxx University from January xxxx to December xxxx.
As part of his course work, he used Software system tools such as Auto CAD (Design development software Tool) and monitored Visual studio (Software Application Building), GIT (Version/ Source Control), C, C++ (for Analyzing Risk Analysis Management Project), StaadPro (for Analyzing Beams which involves writing of software programs) and software tools for Data analysis, reporting, and presentations. Mr. xxxx also made informative presentations as part of his class projects.
On November xxxx, he successfully graduated his comprehensive examination and earned his Master’s degree in xxxx (insert major - Electrical, CSE, Civil etc.,) Engineering in December of xxxx.
Mr. xxxx is a quick learner and motivated to learn and will be successful in all forms of System/ Software analytical tools/ data reporting tools and systems/software analytical methods at his place of work.
Based on his skills and his ability to use these system/software analytical tools effectively, I believe that he is capable and well equipped to work as a Systems/Software - Developer/ Analyst.
Please do not hesitate to contact me for any additional questions.
(Dean/Dept. Head Signature)
(Dean/Dept. Head name)
Dean/Dept. Head, College of Engineering
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