Obtaining an employment verification letter from the US citizen sponsor’s current employer is highly recommended when providing evidence and proof of income for your Affidavit of Support.

The employment verification letter should be original and printed on company letterhead. The letter should be signed by your supervisor or human resource person and should include a contact phone number.

The letter should state the following: starting date with the company, current employment status (full time, part time, contract, etc.), position title, annual salary or hourly wage. If you are paid by the hour, convert to annual salary.

Here is a sample letter, which you can provide to the employer when making this request.

Sample Letter from Employer:

Date: (January 1 20xx)

Re: Employment verification for (sponsor's full name)

To Whom It May Concern:

This letter is to confirm that (sponsor's full name) has been employed with us since (employment start date). (sponsor's full name) is currently working with us as a (sponsor's job title). His/Her annual salary is ($00,000). This is a full-time position.

Please feel free to contact us if you need additional information or verification.


(Supervisor’s printed name)

(Supervisor’s title)

(Company name)

Phone: (company or supervisor's phone number)

Email: (company or sponsor's email address)

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