A letter attesting to someone's good moral character provides justification that someone is a respected citizen, subscribes to positive beliefs and serves as a model for others. The letter may be written by a friend, a family member, an employer or an acquaintance who has knowledge of a person's character.
The letter should provide examples of how the individual practices good moral character in everyday life or on the job. For example, if a person is an active member of a church or volunteers in the community, this should be noted. In addition, a person's achievements, recognitions and positive attitude should also be described in a letter attesting to good moral character.