Sample Formats of Urgent Leave Application to Boss

Sample formats of urgent leave Applications to the boss are provided. These Email Templates can be used to apply for a sudden/prompt Urgent Leave for the said day or the upcoming day.

Urgent Leave Email to Boss

Greetings of the day.

Respected Sir,

This is to bring in your kind consideration that, I will not be able to come to the office today. My elder daughter is coming from the US after five years and she gave this news very suddenly. She will be arriving at 10 am and I have to go to the airport to receive her and drop her home. The airport is a 2 hours drive from my house; therefore, it won’t be possible for me to come to work. I shall be very thankful to you for allowing my urgent leave.

Thanking you in anticipation.

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Urgent Leave Email Template

Greetings Sir.

Hope this email finds you in the best of your health.

Please be informed that I am unable to come to work tomorrow because I get to know an hour ago that my father is very sick. He had a cardiac arrest and is admitted to the hospital. I am leaving for my hometown on a very urgent basis. I understand that it’s not the right hour to disturb anyone but telling you was my priority; therefore, I considered it suitable to inform you through email instead of calling at this late hour. I hope you understand my emergency. Please approve my urgent leave. I shall remain grateful.

Thank you.

Sincerely,

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Email for Urgent Leave to Boss

Respected Sir,

This email is to notify you that I shall not be able to come to the office as my elder son’s convocation is today at 11 am. Sir, I completely forgot the date and misinterpreted for next Tuesday (for which I have already applied for leave). I have to attend the convocation and be present for him on his important day. I apologize for telling you at the eleventh hour but I just missed it somehow. Kindly approve my urgent leave. I shall be highly grateful to you for this favour.

Thanking you I remain.

Sincerely,

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Urgent Leave Template

Respected Madam,

It is stated that I shall not be able to come to work tomorrow because of ABC reason (insert reason). I understand that I am informing you very sudden but I just came to know about it an hour ago. I am requesting leave for two days as I will be travelling to my hometown. I hope that you will cater for my request and will allow me to take off. I shall be extremely obliged to you for this favour.

Thanking you in anticipation.

Regards,

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Email for Urgent Work

Dear Sir,

With due respect and regard, this email is to inform you that my presence at tomorrow’s conference is not possible (for the first half) as I just came home to the news of my son’s annual PTM. His mother is not well and therefore, I will have to attend the meeting and get his result. Sir, I shall come to the office at my earliest after getting free from school. I hope you will understand my situation and allow me urgent leave for a few hours. I shall remain grateful.

Thanking you.

Regards,

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Email dor Urgent Leave to Boss

Respected Sir,

Please be informed that I shall not be able to come to the office as my car had brake failure last night while I was going back to work. I stayed at the workshop and was not in the condition to come to the office. The car work will not be finished before the afternoon and then I shall be able to leave from here. Kindly understand the critical scenario and allow me urgent leave for today.

I shall remain indebted.

Regards,

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Urgent Work Email

Dear Sir,

Hope this email finds you well.

This email is to inform you that I had to go for my driving licence renewal/national identity card renewal today. It is the last day and it completely slipped from my mind. I just received a call confirming my presence there. Sir, therefore, I shall not be able to come to the office today. Kindly allow my urgent leave. I shall be very obliged to you.

Thank you.

Regards,

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