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Old 20th August 2019, 08:52 PM
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After 5 years and great help from this community on previous VISA appointments we finally have the biometric appointment booked for this Friday 23rd August (super priority). Just wondering if these documents look correct? All documents will be scanned and uploaded, and will also take the originals to the appointment.

Accommodation requirement
  • Council tax 2nd March 2019
  • Mortgage agreement from bank

Life in the UK pass evidence - US citizen so no language test required
  • Life in the UK Pass Notification Letter

Cohabitation requirement - perhaps don't need all but including some just in case any are rejected
  • Joint - Bank contents insurance 11th August 2017 (Previous address)
  • Joint - Home insurance 18th December 2017 (Previous address)
  • Joint - Council tax 8th January 2018
  • Joint - Solicitor letter 9th January 2018
  • Joint - Home insurance cancellation 1st December 2018
  • Joint - Bank contents insurance cancellation 17th January 2018
  • Joint - Council tax 2nd March 2019
  • Spouse - Water bill 12th January 2018
  • Spouse - Life insurance 21st February 2018
  • Spouse - Gas & electricity bill 20th August 2018
  • Applicant - Life insurance 20th February 2018
  • Applicant - NHS 10th June 2019
  • Applicant - DVLA no date

Other documents
  • Marriage certificate
  • Applicant passport
  • Spouse passport
  • Signed declaration for spouses

Financial requirement (income)
  • Letter of employment (salary, tenure, type)
  • 6 months pay slips - most recent 31st July 2019
  • Signed contract of employment
  • P60 tax year to April 2019
  • 6 months bank statements showing salary

Regarding the bank statements we have originals from the bank (HSBC) which are identical to what can be printed at home, so would uploading PDF statements instead of scanning all the pages be acceptable? Or should we just scan the pages that show the salary deposited into the account?

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On my HSBC account, the statements I can download look a bit different (different font) to the ones I get by post. I've scanned all the paper ones I've got so far as I've read that even printed electronic statements are only OK if accompanied by a letter from the bank. I've not heard of anyone trying to upload just the downloadable PDFs... sounds far too sensible!

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Accommodation - If you own the property you need the land registry document (the one you purchase online for about 3)

Correspondence - You're only asked for 6 jointly addressed items (or to substitute with 1 addressed to each of you separately, for a total max of 12). Don't send in un-dated post, it won't be used.

There's also no good reason to provide a P60 since it doesn't cover the employment/financial period you are relying on.

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