Thanks.Stanlee said:If I remember it correctly, yes.
I already have a skill letter from my company that lists my responsibilities with too many tech jargon. My employer, as a matter of policy, issues the skill letter only once for an employee on their letter head. I know that it is not in CIC format and doesn't contain anything matching with what is listed in NOC responsibilities that I am targeting. Just to get an opinion, I sent that letter as is to NOC Canada id, but they couldn't suggest a NOC based on it, and asked to use my judgement to figure out a suitable NOC or send them what goes in to job advert for my position along with the type of company. I obviously do programming (targeting NOC 2173 or 2174) and is a big IT company and their core work is IT related, so I am fine with whatever I am going to claim. I believe NOC Canada looking for high level responsibilities in a plain English format.
Based on an earlier suggestion in this forum, I was asked to get another letter that matches with the responsibilities mentioned in NOC site as a lead statement from the supervisor. I am going to do that any ways.
I would need some help on the LOE strategy. In the LOE, can I say that the employer issues the letter only once, and the letter issued is not in CIC format, and submit the employer provided letter in letter head along with the notarized supervisor letter? I have an old email that says that the company issues the skill or responsibilities letter only once which I could give as a proof for my claim, but the email has a supervisor name with whom I am not in touch. I was planning to get the letter from my earlier supervisor with whom I have a good rapport, who is also two designations above me. So I don't want to include that email as a proof for one time issuance policy. I couldn't find any policy page in their website that says this too.
Any thoughts on how to tackle this? I somehow need to push the letter provided with the company along with the supervisor letter with a convincing explanation for the second letter.