Thanks for all the responses.
Problem is I am a Dentist and most Dental clinics don't really issue any formal offer letter or Experience letters.
Infact my salary was also issued by cash in hand.
Luckily I have been able to get letters with all the details mentioned.
Hope that will be enough.
I am planning to apply in 2 weeks time, hope the CAP is not reached by then
Many people in this forum have commented that CIC is still looking at Sept application and the number mentioned are lagging by 2 months.
I checked with my consultant and they say that numbers mentioned on CIC website are real time and max 1 week lag.
I am also a dentist and what i did was send letters of reference from the dentists i worked for mentioning in detail what i did and how much I earned yearly. Aside from that I asked other dentists to write a letter of reference saying that they know about my work; I also sent the certificate from the school of dentistry from my country stating when i started being a dentist; reference letters from patients stating the treatments i did and also sent invoices; If you have worked for the clinic do you give them an invoice or receipt?? I sent everything notarized and translated. It was a huge package. Hope it helps.
first of all let me give u a warm welcome for ur interest in immigrating to Canada and for posting ur query here. let me share what we did w/ our papers.
we got certificate of employment from the human resources, letter states what the duties and responsibilities are, years of employment covered, salary per month or years, (benefit if there is/are), time and days spent (like monday - friday 8am to 12nn, 2pm to 5pm for example). then we attached to support this claim notarized copies of check payments (for services rendered), and service contract.
since we're also into private practise, we also included receipts of dental supplies, letters from suppliers acknowledging they know us, we're their clients for how long already and the kind of business transactions we have, mode of payment. same thing w/ our px, treatment they underwent, mode of payment, and when this things transpired. Comments from them were likewise elicited. We also submitted notarized copies of tax returns, business permits (if u have), professional regulation id, health insurance...
imo, i think it is best to submit along w/ ur app kit, documents proving ur experience (even if they are not mentioned in the document checklist). this is what we did, i hope it helped u somehow and the rest of those who are planning to submit their applications.
another thing,an unsolicited advise, it would be best if u could submit ur application this week and not wait for 2 more weeks. time is of the essence. hope u make it to the cap.