Recently, one of my friends asked me to verify the following two usages for grammatical rules. Is “please find attached the report” or “please find the report attached” the right way to write when sending a document via email?
You may be wondering whether legal documents require a formality that only "enclosed please find" and similar phrases convey.
Please find enclosed the following documents for the above referenced EAD Application of XXXXXXX. - Filing fee $380 - I-765 form - L1 approval notice of XXXXXX - Copy of Passport - Copy of I-94 - Two photographs - Copy of SSN.
Please find enclosed the following documents: 1. Французский. Monsieur Holden, Vous trouverez ci-joint les documents suivants : 1. Последнее обновление: 2015-05-14 Частота использования: 1 Качество: Английский.
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Additionally, please find enclosed the following documents as evidence of the relationship with my husband, [insert name].
Also, please find enclosed the following documents to verify the status of our marriage and ongoing relationship: Copies of the passports and green cards of (spouse) and (k-2 child). Three sworn affidavits by U.S. citizens, attesting to our marriage and continuing relationship.
Dear Sirs, Please find enclosed the following documents: Doc. No. TITLE Doc: MED 16 (1211) Draft Indian Standard Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) containers for.
Please find enclosed the following documents as evidence to buy a new Shuttle Tanker logbook. Please find enclosed the following: Copy of original issued logbook. New passport sized photo with name written on back.