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Q: FAO refused to give a letter of release or a letter of recommendation to me!

In August of this year, 2012, I emailed the FAO where I worked last year,  to ask if he would rehire me. He said yes, and said I must come ASAP, and he sent me a letter of invitation and a Z Visa form. That would have been great, except that my young daughter goes with me and he had her expired Passport Number on file, so he used that on the Z Visa form.  I emailed him  repeatedly and sent her new Passport Number, but he has been ignoring all my emails and will not contact me about the job. So, OK, if he found another teacher, that is OK, however, I need a LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION AND A LETTER OF RELEASE  from him. How can I make him do this? Obviously he thinks I am a good teacher, or he wouldn't have tried to rehire me. PLEASE HELP!

6 years 41 weeks ago in  Visa & Legalities - Wuhan

 
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I don't understand what FAO is. Is it because he is on holiday?  If they don't  reply you after the holiday, do you need me to call and ask for you?  But, first tell me what FAO is. I am Chinese.

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Hi Brenda, I am Scott at CUIEE in Baotou, PRC.  We have three American teaching here and are needing more qualified teachers.  Our client load is increasing steadily so I'd like to know if you are interested in joining us.  Please let me know at your earliest convenience.  Teachers with family are welcome!  Best wishes and I hope things go well for you either way.

I'll see what we can do to proceed without a letter of recomendation.

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