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dear all I will keep this as simple as possible,

1x Dec 16 Application Form
2x Applicant Photo x1 Sponsor photo with names behind
1x tenancy agreement - under sponsor name(intended for 2 people)
1x letter from landlord - listing spouse- applicant - and newborn - saying these individuals occupy the property
1x RICs certified inspection report, saying that 3 people can stay in here under the size specification law(its a 1 bed house) but has 2 rooms [ general condition of house is very good] states that no overcrowding is here under part X of law..
x7 pay slips and bank statements
x1 Trinity GESE Level 3 / A2 test pass code
x1 NHS fee code - 500£ paid
x1 Passport of Sponsor and Applicant
x1 Photocopy of entire sponsor passport - except cover
x1 Marriage cert- NON EU



evidence of living together:
x3 joint council bills
x3 bank statements of applicant
x2 misc letters for applicant e.g NHS number - NI number letters
and multiple other letters/bills from sponsor
most of it is dating last 2.5 years and spread evenly as possible

other evidence:
child benefit print out statement from bank STAMPED by bank - some reason I can't get any bank statement on this account. (applied for under sponsors name only) - baby is a newborn
child birth certificate
child letters home


please review and get back to me with any suggestions. we have a newborn and landlord aware plus - report states this.


am not intending to show anything else such as pictures, do you think I should include a few? Any thing missing please let me know.


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forgot to add - latest statement has not arrived (think its lost in post) therefore it was printed in branch and stamped by manager) is this acceptable >?

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If it's just your immediate family you do not need a property inspection. Leave it out.

If you are applying under Category A you only need 6 payslips and 6 bank statements. You also need a letter of employment.

You each need 6 pieces of evidence that you've been living together. No more, no less. Don't over clutter.

You don't need child benefit bank statement or letters to your child.

A couple of photos are fine to include.

You should include a utility bill or council tax bill for accommodation.

You only need a copy of the sponsor's passport bio page.

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Employment contract added now.

Its for my spouse. The form states are you in receipt of benefits. I said yes , and ticked child benefit. Says show that you are gettting this via statement. [its a seperate account i had not used it for years so i used it for this cause]

we are sole occupiers of property.


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Your contract is a good supplementary document to include but you need a letter of employment which includes:

(b) A letter from the employer(s) who issued the payslips at paragraph 2(a) confirming:
(i) the person's employment and gross annual salary;
(ii) the length of their employment;
(iii) the period over which they have been or were paid the level of salary relied upon in the application; and
(iv) the type of employment (permanent, fixed-term contract or agency).

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I have an old letter of offer of employment which outlines my start date and my salary... But I earn more now. Would this be acceptable or do I need to ask for a new one?

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You need a new one no more than 28 days old.

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As it's a financial document it should be no more than 28 days old at the time if application.

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