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Entry Request Letter

March 12, 2012

Mr. Hayden L. Moshie
Immigration and Labor Office
Colonia, Yap FSM 96943

Dear Mr. Moshie

Good day!

I am Ricardo R. Dwayde,  a citizenship of the Republic of the Philippines  who currently employed by GYN  Telecom Company as Administrative Officer.  I am planning to go back to the Philippines and stay for about a month on April 2, 2012.  My fiancée, Maridel  Santos Herrera is in the Philippines and I am planning for her to come with me here after my vacation which will be on the second week of May.

Therefore, I am asking your good office the entry for my fiancée, Ms. Herrera.  She will be staying with me for one year while I work at GYN Telecom Company.  I will be taking care of her needs and be responsible for whatever that may happen to her.

As you may have know I have already submitted her Application with attached documents about 2 months ago.

Attached herewith are copies of my work/entry permit, and passport for your reference.  Also, I have her complete application with documents attached.
I’m looking forward for your kind consideration and approval regarding this matter.  Should you have any question you may reach me at my mobile 528-4214 or at work 350-8745.

Very truly yours,

Ricardo R. Dwayde

Reply Letter

October 24, 2007

Mr. William Martinez
College Administrator
Pillar State University

Dear Mr. Martinez

Good day!

As response to your memo last October 17, 2007, I am already taken a Master’s degree, I am already taken a Master’s degree, Master in Engineering in Refrigeration and Air conditioning and Advanced Thermodynamics in Mapua Technology last June 2006.

As of now, I already earned 18 units. I am planning to finish my Masteral degree.

Attached here to is my enrollment form and certification of grades.

Respectfully yours,

Engr. Edwin S. Guevarra

Payment Request Letter

November 3, 2009

Mrs. Rowena Fajardo
Villa Estrella Subd.
Quezon City

Dear Mrs. Fajardo

Greetings!

This is to inform you that your child will be provided the 3rd quarter and 4th quarter module/learning materials of Mother Tongue.

This is to make learning process more effective. With this, may we request for the payment of the said module amounting to Php 150.00. Due date of payment will be on Friday (November 15).

Thank you for your usual cooperation and support

Sincerely yours,

Ms. Anna Joy dela Cruz
Teacher-Adviser

Teacher Application Letter

May 25, 2000

Dr. Nerilyn L. Bascara
President
Pilar State University
Olongapo City

Dear Madam:

Greetings!

I am Engr. Jose L. Martin applying for a teaching position in your prestigious institution. I have completed all requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering in East Memorial University.  I also taking up a Masteral degree in Adamson University to gain more knowledge and know about the latest technology. I already earned 12 units major in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning.

I have been teaching for five years in East Memorial University.  As my resume reveals,  I have handled various engineering subjects. I enjoy student-teacher supervision very much and I consider such applied responsibilities to be among the most important contributions I can make toward the education of children.

I look forward to an opportunity to meet with you and further discuss my qualifications.  Thank you and more power.

Sincerely yours,

Engr. Jose L. Martin
Applicant

Instructor Request Help Letter

November 13, 2007

The Principal
High School Department
Tomas del Rosario Academy
Batangas City

Sir/Madam:

We wrote you in the hope that you could help us solve a problem that affects one of our instructors.

Last November 7, 2007, Mrs. Liza Jamison, one of our English Instructors, received text message which read: “From General Msg: Mrs. Jamison, if you will stay in your teaching profession, say goodbye to your family. Sender 2371004582: Message Centre:  +6391754548 sent-7-Nov. 2007 18:42:58”, quote verbatim said message received.

This message was followed by another message from the same sender and message centre, which read, “From General Msg: We will going to kill you if you still stay in your school up the end of this month.”
In this regard, Mrs. Jamison checked with his computer the identity of the sender by searching the Chikka ID number used in the two messages. The profile of the sender retrieved from the Chikka Sender Information is hereto attached as Annex A for your reference.  Based on this profile, Mrs. Jamison further searched for the picture of the sender using the e-mail address in the Facebook.  The picture he retrieved is that of a lady in white and green uniform whom we presume a student from the high school department of your college.  The retrieved picture is hereto attached as Annex B for your ready reference.

In view of the foregoing, we would like to request for the real name, complete address and her parents’ name so that we can talk to them to air the side of the threatened instructor.

We hope you could help us solve this problem by giving the above information the soonest you can to the bearer, Mrs. Liza Jamizon.

Thank you for the kind and prompt dispatch.

Sincerely yours,

Jose del Gado
College Administrator

Bank Thank you Letter

January 12, 2009

Mr. Jualito Tarzan
Bagong Daan Subd.
Olonggapo City

Dear Mr . Tarzan:

Thank you for opening a Php Savings Account with the Development Bank of the Philippines.  We certainly appreciate the trust and confidence you have given us.

We look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship with you and we hope that you will be happy with the services we will provide you.

Again, thank you for giving us the opportunity to be of service to you.

Very truly yours,

DBP Olonggapo

Warranty Claim Letter

July 12, 2001

Ms. Leonida S. Agustin
Purchasing Manager
San Mateo, Olongapo City

Dear Ms. Agustin

Good day!

I recently purchased a Sharp Refrigerator  (SJ-GC700VSL) with an invoice number  THS5248 from your furniture store in Olongapo Branch a month ago.  It does not freeze anymore. I think there is leak.  Also, the outside has peeled away and is rusting.

This product carries a three year warranty. I would like to replace it promptly with a functioning unit.  I hope for your immediate action in this matter.

Best regards,

Mr. Doodle Poddle

Apology Letter to Employees

August 17, 1987

Elite Team
ABCY Department

Dear Elite Team:

First of all, I would like to apologize to anyone who is offended because of my comments in Wednesday’s meeting.  Sometimes we tend to b a harder on those who we care about the most.

I just want to attain our goals of making and selling the best products in the market.  I have to tap your ideas and hear your concern to be successful in our every business venture.  I believe that if we work as a team, you can achieve our goals.

Once again, thank your for participating and attending to our meeting.

Sincrely yours,

Robert T. Gines

Welcome and Thank you Letter

October 10, 2001

Ms. Malou de Guzman
Daan Bago
Samal, Bataan

Dear Ms. De Guzman:

We, at Philippine National Bank, welcome and thank you for opening an account with us.

We know a great amount of care went into your consideration in selecting a bank.  We are pleased that you are among the millions of customers worldwide who have made that decision to bank with us.  Be assured that we will exert every effort to meet your expectations.

Our bank offers a wide array of innovative and value-added products to cater to your various needs.  We invite you to take time to talk to our branch officers or visit our website www.pnb.com.ph so that you may be oriented about PNB’s other products and services.  We have also provided you with theBank’s fees and charges at the back for your easy reference.

Thank you once again for choosing PNB and we look forward to a long and fruitful banking relationship with you.

Very truly yours,

Josie Mae Del Rosario
Branch Manager

Assembly Letter

October 13, 2011

Mrs. Juanita dela Cruz
Maning ning St,
Malolos, Bulacan

Dear Mrs. Dela Cruz:

A blessed day!

In response to the Government’s and Department of Education’s (DepEd) mandate to strengthen “Child Protection Policy” in every school for the welfare of students, Pilar Christian is set to hold an assembly for the parents this coming October 17, Friday, 9:00 – 11:00 o’clock in the morning at the school covered court.

We need your full partnership in this endeavor.  We know that “time” is the most significant element in this partnership so we are looking forward to seeing you on the said date.

Thank you and God bless you!

Respectfully yours,
Mrs. Armina Catutay

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