Request letter for No Objection

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This letter for my wife, she is working in a private clinic now. In order to submit her application for Ministry service she need an NOC letter from her Dr. please correct my following draft

Date : .. .. ..

To,
Dr. XYZ
Clinic
Place

Respected Doctor,

I came to know that Ministry Of Health starts inviting applications for nurses to work at various ministry hospitals. Though the chance for getting selected is less than 10%, I wish to participate the exam conducted by MOH, as if got selected that would be a major turning point in my career life as well as ease of financial burden we face now.

Since I am under work visa, should attach consent letter from the employer so as to accept my application. Hence hereby I request you to permit me to submit the application as well as issue the said consent letter (prefer to be in Arabic) according to your convenience. I would like to thank you in advance for your time and cooperation in this matter.
Sincerely

ABC
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I came to know that Ministry Of Health has started to invite applications from nurses to work at various ministry hospitals. Though the chance for getting selected is less than 10%, I wish to apply and participate in the exam conducted by MOH. If I were selected it would be a major turning point in my career as well as easing the financial burden I currently face.

Since I am under a work visa, I need to attach a consent letter from my employer for them to process my application. Hereby I request your permission to submit the application as ask you to issue the said consent letter (preferably in Arabic) according to your convenience.

I would like to thank you in advance for your time and cooperation in this matter.
Sincerely
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Thanks a lot, but appreciate a confirmation on the following

"If I were selected it would be a major turning point in my career as well as easing the financial burden I currently face"

Is this not a past tense?

where i wish to say "if i got selection then it would be . . .," please correct me if i am wrong about tense.
Hi, it is called the subjunctive tense...it is not using were in its past sense. It is quite an advanced use of English.

It means if something happens in the future (if I were selected).

you could use 'If I am selected then...' instead if you are more comfortable with it.
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