I've worked for a consulting firm A and at that time, my client was B. I worked for 8 months in 2010. For the past 3 years, I've been requesting for employment letter and my employer A is not responding to my emails. I might need this for my green card application to prove my employment with employer A.
I have pay stubs (not all but few) and W2 from that employer (2010). I have a record of email's I've sent to my employer requesting for employment letters. I can even confirm that this employer is still active in business.
If I understand your question correctly, you want to know whether your former employer is required to provide written verification of your dates of employment. While many states have laws regulating what an employer is allowed to disclose about former employees, not all of them require employers to verify dates of employment or provide any other information. You should check with your state's department of labor to see if there are any laws that might apply to you and your former employer, and how to go about enforcing them. If that doesn't help, you may need to engage a lawyer. I have provided a link to New Jersey's department of labor.
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