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I am applying for HSMP (Highly Skilled Immigration Program) for UK and IELTS is normally a recommended way to have a solid proof of English Language. Other way is that I get a letter from my university and employer about my English language abilities. \
I have got a letter from my university that medium of instruction at bachelor level was English. Now I need to get a English Language Certificate from my employer. Below is the proposed draft and I’ll highly appreciate if some one can advice to make it most convenient for the immigration officer.
To whom it May Concern
Mr. *** is a permanent employer of *** since 01-July-2004. We have found *** written and verbal English Language skills up to standard level.
Looking forward for your immediate assistance.
Thank You & Best Regards,
What is a standard level? can you be a little more specific, mr. w?
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