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Hi

Just applied for partners ILR SetM (5 year route), was just going over all our documents to file away, I usually do this for all her previous Visa applications.

It then dawned on me, that my wage slips which are downloaded as PDF (we don’t get printed ones), were printed and stamped by Payroll, but I didn’t get them signed or provided a letter to show they’re genuine.

A bit late now as we’ve just had our appointment today, I’ve looked at her previous FLR-M evidence, the wage slips I submitted were not stamped or signed and we had no issues, hopefully this will be the case again.

Also, with the new system I couldn’t see any guidance notes covering electronic payslips.

Does anyone think this is a deal breaker? I submitted all the other letters such as letter from employers confirming my salary etc and P60 (Again stamped).


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Any input would be thoroughly appreciated.

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You need to give people more than 45 minutes to respond. This is covered in FM-SE.

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Thought I'd wait more than 45 minutes before I replied, 39 hours seem a fair amount of time.

Anyone applied for ILR with printed and stamped wage slips that were not signed, nor a letter claiming they were authentic?

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As I said, the answer is in FM-SE.

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As per FM-SE:

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(bb) Payslips must be:
(i) formal payslips issued by the employer and showing the employer’s name; or
(ii) accompanied by a letter from the employer, on the employer’s headed paper and signed by a senior official, confirming the payslips are authentic;

If payslips are formally issued by your employer as ePayslips, and the payslips show your employer’s name, then in theory, they can be submitted as they are (combined into a single PDF), and they do not need to be signed or stamped or have an accompanying letter.

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As per FM-SE:

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(bb) Payslips must be:
(i) formal payslips issued by the employer and showing the employer’s name; or
(ii) accompanied by a letter from the employer, on the employer’s headed paper and signed by a senior official, confirming the payslips are authentic;

If payslips are formally issued by your employer as ePayslips, and the payslips show your employer’s name, then in theory, they can be submitted as they are (combined into a single PDF), and they do not need to be signed or stamped or have an accompanying letter.
Thank you

I did read the FM-SE, but wanted to hear from people who were in a similar situation as mine. It appears quite a few people (Other forums) had online payslips (no hard copy), that were printed and stamped and had no issues.

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