i am an Indian and currently in UK, under tier 1, for last 4 years...and earning UK salary in excess of 75K GBP per annum....pay full tax at the highest rate..
a potential new employer want to employ me ....but they do not want to process the whole salary thoough the UK subsudiary.rather they want me to be part of their Indian subsuduary ( I am an Indian)...and pay a part of salary in India (not sure what component and tax liability) and also get a component of allowance structure salary in UK.( probably not to be taxed)......
Overall they probably woudl try to match my current net take home salary combining both the two components........
My question is multifold:
1) am I liable to issue on this....from future UK benefit, immigration of PR/Citizen ship etc??
2) Will I woudl be able to apply for ILR ( Indefinite Leave to Remain) or citizenship based on this structure
3) Will I be able to access the NHS and othe services .....
4) Woudl I have to pay NI seperately??
5) What woudl be restrcition on the benefit / and other national benefit during employment or later...
Lets consider this employment arrangement with potental employer is short while( max 2 years).
Sure....would wait for your response. thanks.
Would the work be generated in the UK?
For most of my time, I would be based in UK, and carrying out the work. But there would be frequent travel to india for Job.
Would the work be solely UK based?
My Work ( Sales Function) would be UK Based. But the company work woudl be based in India.
Would the work assist in bringing or maintaining a taxable income for the UK government (eg. because it generate taxable profits for a company taxed in the UK)?
I might not be able to answer the question with confidence. As I do not know how the company structure is and which subsudiary gains the profit my work in UK and operation.
But I assume, the company woudl be paying some tax to UK as well.
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