Yes I am saying that my wife will submit her application in June, with documents dated up to 8th May.
My question is what is the UKBA'S legal requirements with regards XXXXX XXXXX submitted and the dates on the docuements exactly?
I have a letter from my bank on original letter head, signed and stamped stating that I am a private client of the bank, and that in order to have the account with the bank; I meet the terms and conditions of the bank, which is a minimum income of £100,000 or £75,000 in savings and investment.
Can me my wife and I that I meet the minimum financial requirements of having savings of £16,000 and above, without having to show my pay slips and income, although the bank statement will show my income in any case.
I have also have a letter from my employer confirming my position with the company for 12 years and my income, and my NI check will confirm I have never been on benefits at all ( although)I do not pay tax, as my income is generated offshore.
Hi I am afraid that would be quite a big risk unfortunately, I couldn't say for sure that they wouid accept it.
it confused by your reply (I couldn't say for sure that they would accept it. ) Accept what? Referring to what exactly?
Please allow me to explain (1.) The UKBA state that you must be in employment with a minimum income of income of £18,600
(2.) You must have saving held for a minimum of 6 six months and not less than the amount of £16,000
Now the UKBA state than you can apply if you can meet either of the 2 examples I have given you.
What I would like to confirm is that if you apply with option (2) as above, do you still have to provide 6 months bank statements and payslips, as I my wife is not applying on that method.
We have an original letter from the bank stating when the account was opened and that that I meet I am private Client as I meet the expectations, with regards to the Banks T& C’S mini income of £100,000 or savings of £50,000.
My bank will also confirm that I held an amount above the £16,000 for more than 6 months, along with an original one month statement, showing funds are cleared and available to use.
My employer confirms my employment and how much I earned in the last 6 months, which matches my bank statement, and length of time with ,but if not if we apply on option (2) on that basis, do I still have submit, 6 months bank statements and payslips or not?
it is now 11.59 pm, you stated a reply by 5.pm.... It would have been better to say you would reply by tomorrow.
Thanks for all your positive feedback uptodate, but dissapointed with a promise of getting back to me and not doing so....
I am sorry the final points you refering to do not exist on the UKBA Appendix 2 (VAF 4A Novemember 2012)
Please confirm which UKBA form and points you are referring to.
Just to recap, have 6 months statements which confirm income of £80,00 year to date, ( past six months ( Net income) along with confirmation of holding the min of £16,000 for more than 6 months.
Want to apply on meeting financial requirement based on savings, so I do not need to go into details on my income so that they can see that I have the funds, with out having to provide salary pay slips, proof of employment etc, as they will see evidence of this in my 6 months bank statements anyway. Very simple answer that I am looking for, if I have the minimum savings required and they can see my income, can apply on that basis, with out having to give payslips ect?
With regards to the following- "If you do not have this amount then you must rely on some of your income and therefore you would be required in these circumstances to produce your payslips and bank statements " Does the UKBA CHECK INCOME TAX, AS i WORK AND AM PAID OFFSHORE. i DO HAVE MORE THAN £550,000 in savings held for more than 6 months, with a Barclays Wealth in Jersey, will and can tet UKBA de jealous and investigate me for tax ?
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