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For the 6 letters at the same address for further leave to remain application (extension 1).

I have council tax bills, letter from NHS and utilities bills. All the bills and letter has a letter date.

Bank statements question -

We have bank statements, but all the bank statements from two of my banks doesn't have a letter date on the statement. The date shown on the bank statement is 25 December 2018 to 14 August 2019. Is that mean this bank statement is good to count as 1 item covering the time December 2018 to August 2019? or just August 2019?

Second bank statement from another bank is the same with no letter date, it arrive with many pages cover for 3 months. If one sheet is showing the transaction for June 2019 is that mean this statement is good to count for June 2019?

Water bill question -

In Scotland the water bill and the council tax bill is combine, in the bill it shown council tax charges, Scottish water - water charges and Scottish water - waste water charges. Can I use the council tax bill for two categories? one is to prove our joint names for council tax and one for joint names for water bill?

TV license

The TV license is received by email. I paid on 18 January 2019 but the date doesn't show on the TV license. The only date is valid until December 2019. Can I upload the email I received when I bought the license together with the download version of TV license total 2 sheets ?

Hope someone can share some experience. Thanks a lot.


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You need 6 items each from 6 different sources and spread out.

Your December 18-August 19 bank statement will count as 1 item for August 19.

If your other bank statement was received June 19, then it counts for that date.

Your combined water bill/council tax bill counts as 1 item.

Your TV licence won't count as it was received online. Ask them to send you the bill

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You need 6 items each from 6 different sources and spread out.

Your December 18-August 19 bank statement will count as 1 item for August 19.

If your other bank statement was received June 19, then it counts for that date.

Your combined water bill/council tax bill counts as 1 item.

Your TV licence won't count as it was received online. Ask them to send you the bill
Hello Nyclon, thanks for your reply.

I thought is 6 items each from at least 3 different sources which stated in the application ?

Here I have listed out the document I have. Total is 17 of them as I am not sure which 1 is not good enough as evidence.


24/07/2017 NHS Appointment letter - Applicant
04/10/2017 SSE energy bill - Sponsor
09/10/2017 RBS bank statement date 29/09/2017 to 09/10/2017 - Applicant
10/01/2018 NHS Appointment letter - Applicant
15/02/2018 DWP letter - Sponsor
03/03/2018 Council tax - Joint
26/08/2018 HSBC bank statement date 28/07/2018 to 26/08/2018 - Applicant
16/08/2018 EDF energy bill - Sponsor
24/12/2018 HSBC bank statement date 15/09/2018 to 24/12/2018 - Joint
18/01/2019 TV licence - Applicant
10/01/2019 BT bill - Sponsor
02/03/2019 Council tax - Joint
15/05/2019 NHS letter - Applicant
12/06/2019 RBS bank statement date 03/06/2019 to 12/06/2019 - Applicant
08/07/2019 SSE energy bill - Sponsor
29/07/2019 HSBC annual summary letter - Applicant
14/08/2019 HSBC bank statement date 25/12/2018 to 14/08/2019- Joint

Joint Name
Bank statement X 2, Council Tax bill X 2
Applicant
NHS Letters X 3, Bank Statements X 4, TV license X 1
Sponsor
Energy bills X 3 , Phone bill X 1 , DWP letters X 1

Do you think this is ok? Many many thanks in advance.


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So ignoring the TV license which isn't an item of post, for the Applicant that's

24/07/2017 NHS Appointment letter - Applicant
09/10/2017 RBS bank statement date 29/09/2017 to 09/10/2017 - Applicant
10/01/2018 NHS Appointment letter - Applicant
03/03/2018 Council tax - Joint
26/08/2018 HSBC bank statement date 28/07/2018 to 26/08/2018 - Applicant
24/12/2018 HSBC bank statement date 15/09/2018 to 24/12/2018 - Joint
02/03/2019 Council tax - Joint
15/05/2019 NHS letter - Applicant
12/06/2019 RBS bank statement date 03/06/2019 to 12/06/2019 - Applicant
29/07/2019 HSBC annual summary letter - Applicant
14/08/2019 HSBC bank statement date 25/12/2018 to 14/08/2019- Joint

And for the sponsor:

04/10/2017 SSE energy bill - Sponsor
15/02/2018 DWP letter - Sponsor
03/03/2018 Council tax - Joint
16/08/2018 EDF energy bill - Sponsor
24/12/2018 HSBC bank statement date 15/09/2018 to 24/12/2018 - Joint
10/01/2019 BT bill - Sponsor
02/03/2019 Council tax - Joint
08/07/2019 SSE energy bill - Sponsor
14/08/2019 HSBC bank statement date 25/12/2018 to 14/08/2019- Joint


I wasn't sure if bank statements without explicit dates on are OK, but given that others seem to have confirmed they are fine, this list seems pretty good to me...

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I thought is 6 items each from at least 3 different sources which stated in the application ?
That sounds right. We definitely didn't have 6 different sources each.

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So ignoring the TV license which isn't an item of post, for the Applicant that's

24/07/2017 NHS Appointment letter - Applicant
09/10/2017 RBS bank statement date 29/09/2017 to 09/10/2017 - Applicant
10/01/2018 NHS Appointment letter - Applicant
03/03/2018 Council tax - Joint
26/08/2018 HSBC bank statement date 28/07/2018 to 26/08/2018 - Applicant
24/12/2018 HSBC bank statement date 15/09/2018 to 24/12/2018 - Joint
02/03/2019 Council tax - Joint
15/05/2019 NHS letter - Applicant
12/06/2019 RBS bank statement date 03/06/2019 to 12/06/2019 - Applicant
29/07/2019 HSBC annual summary letter - Applicant
14/08/2019 HSBC bank statement date 25/12/2018 to 14/08/2019- Joint

And for the sponsor:

04/10/2017 SSE energy bill - Sponsor
15/02/2018 DWP letter - Sponsor
03/03/2018 Council tax - Joint
16/08/2018 EDF energy bill - Sponsor
24/12/2018 HSBC bank statement date 15/09/2018 to 24/12/2018 - Joint
10/01/2019 BT bill - Sponsor
02/03/2019 Council tax - Joint
08/07/2019 SSE energy bill - Sponsor
14/08/2019 HSBC bank statement date 25/12/2018 to 14/08/2019- Joint


I wasn't sure if bank statements without explicit dates on are OK, but given that others seem to have confirmed they are fine, this list seems pretty good to me...



That sounds right. We definitely didn't have 6 different sources each.
Hello topo morto,

Thanks for your reply. Yes I only realise the bank statement we received don't have the explicit date as you mentioned. But I will specify in a cover letter explain the bank statement for example

14/08/2019 HSBC bank statement date 25/12/2018 to 14/08/2019- Joint, as the statement wont be available will after 14/08/2019 so it should be count as 08/2019. Hope the officer will accept this.

I`m very glad for all the help I get from this forum. Many thanks again.

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