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  • Rocio
    Thanks for the info, unfortunately it seems there is something wrong with this link, could you please paste it again? Regards! Rocio ... visiting ...
    Message 1 of 9 , Feb 1, 2004
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      Thanks for the info, unfortunately it seems there is something wrong
      with this link, could you please paste it again?

      Regards!

      Rocio

      --- In immigrationcanada@yahoogroups.com, "Girish"
      <ggaonkar2004@y...> wrote:
      > Hi Manoj,
      > I found a sample letter in a forum and you can try
      visiting
      > following url.
      > http://66.218.71.225/search/cache?
      > va=language+proficiency+sample+document+for+canada&ei=UTF-
      > 8&n=20&fl=0&url=ZRDYF8AcF-
      EJ:www.immigration.ca/discussion/topic.asp%
      > 3fTOPIC_ID=3112
      > I hope it will help .
      > Regards
      >
      > --- In immigrationcanada@yahoogroups.com, Manoj koshti
      > <manoj_koshti@y...> wrote:
      > > I am also looking for same .If you get some thing let me know .
      > > Regards
      > > Manoj
      > >
      > > Rocio <rochi4@y...> wrote:
      > > Does anybody have a model for this? I already have letters from
      my
      > > College and friends but I was wondering if I need to follow some
      > > structure to make a successful letter of explanation. Thanks in
      > > advance
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > > Yahoo! Groups Links
      > >
      > > To visit your group on the web, go to:
      > > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/immigrationcanada/
      > >
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      > > immigrationcanada-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com
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    • Girish Gaonkar
      Please find the letter below. This is copied from the link
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        Please find the letter below. This is copied from the link http://66.218.71.225/search/cache?va=language+proficiency+sample+document+for+canada&ei=UTF-8&n=20&fl=0&url=ZRDYF8AcF-EJ:www.immigration.ca/discussion/topic.asp%3fTOPIC_ID=3112
        Regards.

        In support of my application for immigration to Canada, please permit me to briefly explain and bring all relevant facts to your attention, which clearly establishes my proficiency in all four facets of the English Language.

        WRITING SKILLS
        I have the distinct advantage of having completed my Secondary, Pre and Graduate levels of education in India, where the medium of instruction has been English. Also, throughout my job as a System administrator I have to often document my work and submit it to my superiors, for which I have extensively used English language only. I frequently exchange e-mails with my employers pertaining to technical/non-technical issues. I also write project reports after discussing it with my team and submit it to my superiors in order to proceed or start various projects. I often have to note down the points during the team meeting so that I can implement them later in my work. I also prepare slides or short write-ups in order to give a presentation to my team on technical aspects of a project. These have helped me in utilizing and enhancing my English writing skills effectively in everyday life.

        READING SKILLS
        As my education was in the English medium, I have studied all the subjects in English. At work, I often have to read and understand many technical books in English to keep abreast of the latest computer technologies. I read newspapers and magazines on a regular basis and often understand all that I read. If I encounter a word that�s new to me, I look it up in the dictionary. I also read novels and have thus developed reading as an interesting hobby.

        LISTENING SKILLS
        I have been working in the USA for the over 3 years and in India for 3 years, where language of use has been English. I listen to the news everyday while going to work and all my interaction with my colleagues is in English. At work, I often have to attend the teleconference meetings that are conducted with my team who are at several different locations. I am an avid fan of the English movies and I watch, discuss about my favorite stars with my friends. I also talk to most of my friends in English, as we all do not speak the same native language.


        SPEAKING SKILLS
        I exclusively use the English language to communicate with my co-workers and superiors at work. I often have to discuss about many aspects in a project and it requires good English knowledge in order to present my views. I find absolutely no difficulty in making the other party understand my point of view. I frequently have to make presentations and explain many technical issues, which may last for around 15 minutes. I often meet with my friends and discuss about movies and Tennis.

        Finally, I have been educated in India where the medium of instruction has been English and working in U.S.A, where I have been using English language day-in and day-out. I can handle English language with ease and would submit that my proficiency in English Language can be gauged as fluent.
        Should you require additional details, if any, I would only be obliged to furnish.
        I hope it helps



        Rocio <rochi4@...> wrote:
        Thanks for the info, unfortunately it seems there is something wrong
        with this link, could you please paste it again?

        Regards!

        Rocio

        --- In immigrationcanada@yahoogroups.com, "Girish"
        <ggaonkar2004@y...> wrote:
        > Hi Manoj,
        > I found a sample letter in a forum and you can try
        visiting
        > following url.
        > http://66.218.71.225/search/cache?
        > va=language+proficiency+sample+document+for+canada&ei=UTF-
        > 8&n=20&fl=0&url=ZRDYF8AcF-
        EJ:www.immigration.ca/discussion/topic.asp%
        > 3fTOPIC_ID=3112
        > I hope it will help .
        > Regards
        >
        > --- In immigrationcanada@yahoogroups.com, Manoj koshti
        > <manoj_koshti@y...> wrote:
        > > I am also looking for same .If you get some thing let me know .
        > > Regards
        > > Manoj
        > >
        > > Rocio <rochi4@y...> wrote:
        > > Does anybody have a model for this? I already have letters from
        my
        > > College and friends but I was wondering if I need to follow some
        > > structure to make a successful letter of explanation. Thanks in
        > > advance
        > >
        > >
        > >
        > >
        > > Yahoo! Groups Links
        > >
        > > To visit your group on the web, go to:
        > > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/immigrationcanada/
        > >
        > > To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
        > > immigrationcanada-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com
        > >
        > > Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to:
        > > http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
        > >
        > >
        > >
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      • Manoj koshti
        Thanks Regards Manoj Girish Gaonkar wrote: Please find the letter below. This is copied from the link
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          Thanks
          Regards
          Manoj

          Girish Gaonkar <ggaonkar2004@...> wrote:
          Please find the letter below. This is copied from the link http://66.218.71.225/search/cache?va=language+proficiency+sample+document+for+canada&ei=UTF-8&n=20&fl=0&url=ZRDYF8AcF-EJ:www.immigration.ca/discussion/topic.asp%3fTOPIC_ID=3112
          Regards.

          In support of my application for immigration to Canada, please permit me to briefly explain and bring all relevant facts to your attention, which clearly establishes my proficiency in all four facets of the English Language.

          WRITING SKILLS
          I have the distinct advantage of having completed my Secondary, Pre and Graduate levels of education in India, where the medium of instruction has been English. Also, throughout my job as a System administrator I have to often document my work and submit it to my superiors, for which I have extensively used English language only. I frequently exchange e-mails with my employers pertaining to technical/non-technical issues. I also write project reports after discussing it with my team and submit it to my superiors in order to proceed or start various projects. I often have to note down the points during the team meeting so that I can implement them later in my work. I also prepare slides or short write-ups in order to give a presentation to my team on technical aspects of a project. These have helped me in utilizing and enhancing my English writing skills effectively in everyday life.

          READING SKILLS
          As my education was in the English medium, I have studied all the subjects in English. At work, I often have to read and understand many technical books in English to keep abreast of the latest computer technologies. I read newspapers and magazines on a regular basis and often understand all that I read. If I encounter a word that�s new to me, I look it up in the dictionary. I also read novels and have thus developed reading as an interesting hobby.

          LISTENING SKILLS
          I have been working in the USA for the over 3 years and in India for 3 years, where language of use has been English. I listen to the news everyday while going to work and all my interaction with my colleagues is in English. At work, I often have to attend the teleconference meetings that are conducted with my team who are at several different locations. I am an avid fan of the English movies and I watch, discuss about my favorite stars with my friends. I also talk to most of my friends in English, as we all do not speak the same native language.


          SPEAKING SKILLS
          I exclusively use the English language to communicate with my co-workers and superiors at work. I often have to discuss about many aspects in a project and it requires good English knowledge in order to present my views. I find absolutely no difficulty in making the other party understand my point of view. I frequently have to make presentations and explain many technical issues, which may last for around 15 minutes. I often meet with my friends and discuss about movies and Tennis.

          Finally, I have been educated in India where the medium of instruction has been English and working in U.S.A, where I have been using English language day-in and day-out. I can handle English language with ease and would submit that my proficiency in English Language can be gauged as fluent.
          Should you require additional details, if any, I would only be obliged to furnish.
          I hope it helps



          Rocio wrote:
          Thanks for the info, unfortunately it seems there is something wrong
          with this link, could you please paste it again?

          Regards!

          Rocio

          --- In immigrationcanada@yahoogroups.com, "Girish"
          wrote:
          > Hi Manoj,
          > I found a sample letter in a forum and you can try
          visiting
          > following url.
          > http://66.218.71.225/search/cache?
          > va=language+proficiency+sample+document+for+canada&ei=UTF-
          > 8&n=20&fl=0&url=ZRDYF8AcF-
          EJ:www.immigration.ca/discussion/topic.asp%
          > 3fTOPIC_ID=3112
          > I hope it will help .
          > Regards
          >
          > --- In immigrationcanada@yahoogroups.com, Manoj koshti
          > wrote:
          > > I am also looking for same .If you get some thing let me know .
          > > Regards
          > > Manoj
          > >
          > > Rocio wrote:
          > > Does anybody have a model for this? I already have letters from
          my
          > > College and friends but I was wondering if I need to follow some
          > > structure to make a successful letter of explanation. Thanks in
          > > advance
          > >
          > >
          > >
          > >
          > > Yahoo! Groups Links
          > >
          > > To visit your group on the web, go to:
          > > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/immigrationcanada/
          > >
          > > To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
          > > immigrationcanada-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com
          > >
          > > Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to:
          > > http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
          > >
          > >
          > >
          > > ---------------------------------
          > > Do you Yahoo!?
          > > Yahoo! SiteBuilder - Free web site building tool. Try it!
          > >
          > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


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        • dan tamang
          hi i trust that you are fine by the grace of God. i whould like to say thanyou for the massage that i ask. really i knowthing about how to immigrate in
          Message 4 of 9 , Feb 3, 2004
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            hi'
            i trust that you are fine by the grace of God. i whould like to say thanyou for the massage that i ask. really i knowthing about how to immigrate in canada. hope you will help me about it. thanks bye.


            Girish Gaonkar <ggaonkar2004@...> wrote:
            Please find the letter below. This is copied from the link http://66.218.71.225/search/cache?va=language+proficiency+sample+document+for+canada&ei=UTF-8&n=20&fl=0&url=ZRDYF8AcF-EJ:www.immigration.ca/discussion/topic.asp%3fTOPIC_ID=3112
            Regards.

            In support of my application for immigration to Canada, please permit me to briefly explain and bring all relevant facts to your attention, which clearly establishes my proficiency in all four facets of the English Language.

            WRITING SKILLS
            I have the distinct advantage of having completed my Secondary, Pre and Graduate levels of education in India, where the medium of instruction has been English. Also, throughout my job as a System administrator I have to often document my work and submit it to my superiors, for which I have extensively used English language only. I frequently exchange e-mails with my employers pertaining to technical/non-technical issues. I also write project reports after discussing it with my team and submit it to my superiors in order to proceed or start various projects. I often have to note down the points during the team meeting so that I can implement them later in my work. I also prepare slides or short write-ups in order to give a presentation to my team on technical aspects of a project. These have helped me in utilizing and enhancing my English writing skills effectively in everyday life.

            READING SKILLS
            As my education was in the English medium, I have studied all the subjects in English. At work, I often have to read and understand many technical books in English to keep abreast of the latest computer technologies. I read newspapers and magazines on a regular basis and often understand all that I read. If I encounter a word that’s new to me, I look it up in the dictionary. I also read novels and have thus developed reading as an interesting hobby.

            LISTENING SKILLS
            I have been working in the USA for the over 3 years and in India for 3 years, where language of use has been English. I listen to the news everyday while going to work and all my interaction with my colleagues is in English. At work, I often have to attend the teleconference meetings that are conducted with my team who are at several different locations. I am an avid fan of the English movies and I watch, discuss about my favorite stars with my friends. I also talk to most of my friends in English, as we all do not speak the same native language.


            SPEAKING SKILLS
            I exclusively use the English language to communicate with my co-workers and superiors at work. I often have to discuss about many aspects in a project and it requires good English knowledge in order to present my views. I find absolutely no difficulty in making the other party understand my point of view. I frequently have to make presentations and explain many technical issues, which may last for around 15 minutes. I often meet with my friends and discuss about movies and Tennis.

            Finally, I have been educated in India where the medium of instruction has been English and working in U.S.A, where I have been using English language day-in and day-out. I can handle English language with ease and would submit that my proficiency in English Language can be gauged as fluent.
            Should you require additional details, if any, I would only be obliged to furnish.
            I hope it helps



            Rocio wrote:
            Thanks for the info, unfortunately it seems there is something wrong
            with this link, could you please paste it again?

            Regards!

            Rocio

            --- In immigrationcanada@yahoogroups.com, "Girish"
            wrote:
            > Hi Manoj,
            > I found a sample letter in a forum and you can try
            visiting
            > following url.
            > http://66.218.71.225/search/cache?
            > va=language+proficiency+sample+document+for+canada&ei=UTF-
            > 8&n=20&fl=0&url=ZRDYF8AcF-
            EJ:www.immigration.ca/discussion/topic.asp%
            > 3fTOPIC_ID=3112
            > I hope it will help .
            > Regards
            >
            > --- In immigrationcanada@yahoogroups.com, Manoj koshti
            > wrote:
            > > I am also looking for same .If you get some thing let me know .
            > > Regards
            > > Manoj
            > >
            > > Rocio wrote:
            > > Does anybody have a model for this? I already have letters from
            my
            > > College and friends but I was wondering if I need to follow some
            > > structure to make a successful letter of explanation. Thanks in
            > > advance
            > >
            > >
            > >
            > >
            > > Yahoo! Groups Links
            > >
            > > To visit your group on the web, go to:
            > > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/immigrationcanada/
            > >
            > > To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
            > > immigrationcanada-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com
            > >
            > > Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to:
            > > http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
            > >
            > >
            > >
            > > ---------------------------------
            > > Do you Yahoo!?
            > > Yahoo! SiteBuilder - Free web site building tool. Try it!
            > >
            > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


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          • dan tamang
            hello. i just wanna get to know about the form that we have to feel in about the immigration canada. if i can get a samble of this form. regards. Girish
            Message 5 of 9 , Feb 5, 2004
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              hello.
              i just wanna get to know about the form that we have to feel in about the immigration canada. if i can get a samble of this form.
              regards.

              Girish Gaonkar <ggaonkar2004@...> wrote:
              Please find the letter below. This is copied from the link http://66.218.71.225/search/cache?va=language+proficiency+sample+document+for+canada&ei=UTF-8&n=20&fl=0&url=ZRDYF8AcF-EJ:www.immigration.ca/discussion/topic.asp%3fTOPIC_ID=3112
              Regards.

              In support of my application for immigration to Canada, please permit me to briefly explain and bring all relevant facts to your attention, which clearly establishes my proficiency in all four facets of the English Language.

              WRITING SKILLS
              I have the distinct advantage of having completed my Secondary, Pre and Graduate levels of education in India, where the medium of instruction has been English. Also, throughout my job as a System administrator I have to often document my work and submit it to my superiors, for which I have extensively used English language only. I frequently exchange e-mails with my employers pertaining to technical/non-technical issues. I also write project reports after discussing it with my team and submit it to my superiors in order to proceed or start various projects. I often have to note down the points during the team meeting so that I can implement them later in my work. I also prepare slides or short write-ups in order to give a presentation to my team on technical aspects of a project. These have helped me in utilizing and enhancing my English writing skills effectively in everyday life.

              READING SKILLS
              As my education was in the English medium, I have studied all the subjects in English. At work, I often have to read and understand many technical books in English to keep abreast of the latest computer technologies. I read newspapers and magazines on a regular basis and often understand all that I read. If I encounter a word that’s new to me, I look it up in the dictionary. I also read novels and have thus developed reading as an interesting hobby.

              LISTENING SKILLS
              I have been working in the USA for the over 3 years and in India for 3 years, where language of use has been English. I listen to the news everyday while going to work and all my interaction with my colleagues is in English. At work, I often have to attend the teleconference meetings that are conducted with my team who are at several different locations. I am an avid fan of the English movies and I watch, discuss about my favorite stars with my friends. I also talk to most of my friends in English, as we all do not speak the same native language.


              SPEAKING SKILLS
              I exclusively use the English language to communicate with my co-workers and superiors at work. I often have to discuss about many aspects in a project and it requires good English knowledge in order to present my views. I find absolutely no difficulty in making the other party understand my point of view. I frequently have to make presentations and explain many technical issues, which may last for around 15 minutes. I often meet with my friends and discuss about movies and Tennis.

              Finally, I have been educated in India where the medium of instruction has been English and working in U.S.A, where I have been using English language day-in and day-out. I can handle English language with ease and would submit that my proficiency in English Language can be gauged as fluent.
              Should you require additional details, if any, I would only be obliged to furnish.
              I hope it helps



              Rocio wrote:
              Thanks for the info, unfortunately it seems there is something wrong
              with this link, could you please paste it again?

              Regards!

              Rocio

              --- In immigrationcanada@yahoogroups.com, "Girish"
              wrote:
              > Hi Manoj,
              > I found a sample letter in a forum and you can try
              visiting
              > following url.
              > http://66.218.71.225/search/cache?
              > va=language+proficiency+sample+document+for+canada&ei=UTF-
              > 8&n=20&fl=0&url=ZRDYF8AcF-
              EJ:www.immigration.ca/discussion/topic.asp%
              > 3fTOPIC_ID=3112
              > I hope it will help .
              > Regards
              >
              > --- In immigrationcanada@yahoogroups.com, Manoj koshti
              > wrote:
              > > I am also looking for same .If you get some thing let me know .
              > > Regards
              > > Manoj
              > >
              > > Rocio wrote:
              > > Does anybody have a model for this? I already have letters from
              my
              > > College and friends but I was wondering if I need to follow some
              > > structure to make a successful letter of explanation. Thanks in
              > > advance
              > >
              > >
              > >
              > >
              > > Yahoo! Groups Links
              > >
              > > To visit your group on the web, go to:
              > > http://groups.yahoo.com/group/immigrationcanada/
              > >
              > > To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
              > > immigrationcanada-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com
              > >
              > > Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to:
              > > http://docs.yahoo.com/info/terms/
              > >
              > >
              > >
              > > ---------------------------------
              > > Do you Yahoo!?
              > > Yahoo! SiteBuilder - Free web site building tool. Try it!
              > >
              > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


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            • Girish
              Hi, You can download the applications by visiting following url. http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/applications/index.html If you want hard copy of the application
              Message 6 of 9 , Feb 7, 2004
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                Hi,
                You can download the applications by visiting following url.
                http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/applications/index.html
                If you want hard copy of the application you can get it by contacting
                the Canadian Consulate. Let me know if you need anything else.
                Regards,
                Girish
                --- In immigrationcanada@yahoogroups.com, dan tamang
                <dan_tamang@y...> wrote:
                > hello.
                > i just wanna get to know about the form that we have to feel in
                about the immigration canada. if i can get a samble of this form.
                > regards.
                >
                > Girish Gaonkar <ggaonkar2004@y...> wrote:
                > Please find the letter below. This is copied from the link
                http://66.218.71.225/search/cache?
                va=language+proficiency+sample+document+for+canada&ei=UTF-
                8&n=20&fl=0&url=ZRDYF8AcF-EJ:www.immigration.ca/discussion/topic.asp%
                3fTOPIC_ID=3112
                > Regards.
                >
                > In support of my application for immigration to Canada, please
                permit me to briefly explain and bring all relevant facts to your
                attention, which clearly establishes my proficiency in all four
                facets of the English Language.
                >
                > WRITING SKILLS
                > I have the distinct advantage of having completed my Secondary, Pre
                and Graduate levels of education in India, where the medium of
                instruction has been English. Also, throughout my job as a System
                administrator I have to often document my work and submit it to my
                superiors, for which I have extensively used English language only. I
                frequently exchange e-mails with my employers pertaining to
                technical/non-technical issues. I also write project reports after
                discussing it with my team and submit it to my superiors in order to
                proceed or start various projects. I often have to note down the
                points during the team meeting so that I can implement them later in
                my work. I also prepare slides or short write-ups in order to give a
                presentation to my team on technical aspects of a project. These have
                helped me in utilizing and enhancing my English writing skills
                effectively in everyday life.
                >
                > READING SKILLS
                > As my education was in the English medium, I have studied all the
                subjects in English. At work, I often have to read and understand
                many technical books in English to keep abreast of the latest
                computer technologies. I read newspapers and magazines on a regular
                basis and often understand all that I read. If I encounter a word
                that's new to me, I look it up in the dictionary. I also read novels
                and have thus developed reading as an interesting hobby.
                >
                > LISTENING SKILLS
                > I have been working in the USA for the over 3 years and in India
                for 3 years, where language of use has been English. I listen to the
                news everyday while going to work and all my interaction with my
                colleagues is in English. At work, I often have to attend the
                teleconference meetings that are conducted with my team who are at
                several different locations. I am an avid fan of the English movies
                and I watch, discuss about my favorite stars with my friends. I also
                talk to most of my friends in English, as we all do not speak the
                same native language.
                >
                >
                > SPEAKING SKILLS
                > I exclusively use the English language to communicate with my co-
                workers and superiors at work. I often have to discuss about many
                aspects in a project and it requires good English knowledge in order
                to present my views. I find absolutely no difficulty in making the
                other party understand my point of view. I frequently have to make
                presentations and explain many technical issues, which may last for
                around 15 minutes. I often meet with my friends and discuss about
                movies and Tennis.
                >
                > Finally, I have been educated in India where the medium of
                instruction has been English and working in U.S.A, where I have been
                using English language day-in and day-out. I can handle English
                language with ease and would submit that my proficiency in English
                Language can be gauged as fluent.
                > Should you require additional details, if any, I would only be
                obliged to furnish.
                > I hope it helps
                >
                >
                >
                > Rocio wrote:
                > Thanks for the info, unfortunately it seems there is something
                wrong
                > with this link, could you please paste it again?
                >
                > Regards!
                >
                > Rocio
                >
                > --- In immigrationcanada@yahoogroups.com, "Girish"
                > wrote:
                > > Hi Manoj,
                > > I found a sample letter in a forum and you can try
                > visiting
                > > following url.
                > > http://66.218.71.225/search/cache?
                > > va=language+proficiency+sample+document+for+canada&ei=UTF-
                > > 8&n=20&fl=0&url=ZRDYF8AcF-
                > EJ:www.immigration.ca/discussion/topic.asp%
                > > 3fTOPIC_ID=3112
                > > I hope it will help .
                > > Regards
                > >
                > > --- In immigrationcanada@yahoogroups.com, Manoj koshti
                > > wrote:
                > > > I am also looking for same .If you get some thing let me know .
                > > > Regards
                > > > Manoj
                > > >
                > > > Rocio wrote:
                > > > Does anybody have a model for this? I already have letters from
                > my
                > > > College and friends but I was wondering if I need to follow
                some
                > > > structure to make a successful letter of explanation. Thanks in
                > > > advance
                > > >
                > > >
                > > >
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