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Old 23rd August 2019, 07:54 PM
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Question visa extention/3-jobs

Hi All
I am new to this forum and would like some help/information on my first spouse visa extension.

My question is I am working nights as a security guard and have been working for about 7 months I am earning enough with this job to support my wife's application my wages go in the bank. the work is permanent

I also have two other jobs which are zero hour contracts, I do not want to use these jobs to support my wifes application because there is no consistency in the work pattern and income, I am called as and when needed and if I am available sometimes I can get a good run and sometimes it all goes quite. all wages go in the same bank account,

just to avoid confusion should I inform the home office that I am not going use the two temporary jobs to support my wifes application and will not provide any supporting documents as I am not using these to support the application, Or should I just use my main job and do not mention anything about the two other jobs, bearing in mind all wages have been going in the same bank account.

my wife is also working and her annual average is about twelve thousand pounds but currently she is on maternity leave which is due to end late September 2019, I was also considering using her income as a back up. I have the 12 month wage slips prior to taking maternity leave and the ones on being on maternity leave.

just don't want to give any un-necessary information or confuse the home office

would appreciate any help and information

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If your income meets the financial requirements then just use that..... keep it simple.
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should I mention anything about the other jobs as they do show up on bank statements

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If your income meets the financial requirements then just use that..... keep it simple.




should I mention anything about the other jobs as they do show up on bank statements

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I am applying for my first extension and initially got the leave to enter what should the answer be for the following question


Is this the first time you have applied for a partner route, or an extension, with your current partner (including as a fiancÚ(e) or proposed civil partner)?

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