I want to visit Canada for an on-site job interview in a tech company. I am currently in Bangalore, India. I already gave my resignation notice at my current job as a software engineer, and I am still serving out the notice period which ends in one month.
From the Visit Canada website, I know that I need a visitor visa, which requires "Proof of Means of Financial Support (required)."
Since I'm serving out my notice period, my employer might not be willing to give me an employment letter. Since I won't be employed in a month, which option should I chose, that I have a job currently, or that I don't have a job?
What do I need to provide to satisfy the employment letter requirement: is the letter of employment mandatory in my case?
I have following documents:
- Bank statement of past four months, of salary account.
- Resignation e-mail with confirmation.
- Initial job offer letter from the current employer.
- Pay stubs.
- Proof of accommodation fees.
Can I provide a copy of above 5 documents and also attach letter stating that I have recently resigned from my job, hence, could not provide employment letter?