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Old 3rd June 2020, 08:12 PM
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Hi,

1. I am paid on the 27th of each month, do I use the below calculation formula?

MONTHLY (ADD 6 MONTHS PAYSLIPS DIVIDE BY 6 X 12)

I have been working for my employer for 16 years and ticked not the same amount continuously because my wages vary each month and was asked by the online application to provide 6 months payslips.

2. In reference to the below (1-5) what does my employer put on the letter for "2. the gross annual salary" and "4. the period over which the person has been paid the level of salary stated in their application"?

A letter from the employer(s) who issued the payslips confirming

1. the employment;
2. the gross annual salary;
3. how long the employment has been/was held;
4. the period over which the person has been paid the level of salary stated in their application; and
5. the type of employment (permanent, fixed-term contract or agency) - for Kbida for **** ****** ************

This is what was put in the initial spouse visa:
  • Kbida is currently employed by ******* *** ** as **** ****** ************.
  • Kbida commenced employment on 18/10/2004.
  • Kbida is a permanent member of staff.
  • Kbida is contracted to 28 hours per week and is paid £10.49 per hour.
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The letter looks fine but also needs to include how long you've been earning your current rate
Yes as you are unsalaried and paid monthly, the calculation is (6 payslips / 6 ) * 12
This figure is what your employer should use as your equivalent gross annual salary. It's a good idea to include that along with your hourly rate.
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The letter looks fine but also needs to include how long you've been earning your current rate
Yes as you are unsalaried and paid monthly, the calculation is (6 payslips / 6 ) * 12
This figure is what your employer should use as your equivalent gross annual salary. It's a good idea to include that along with your hourly rate.
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The same amount continuously, above the financial requirement amount

The same amount continuously, below the financial requirement amount

Not the same amount continuously, above the financial requirement amount

Not the same amount continuously, below the financial requirement amount

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You don't meet the financial requirement if you're making £10.49 an hour, 28 hours a week.

What other income do you have? Do you get overtime/bonus payments which put your annualised average over £18,600?
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You don't meet the financial requirement if you're making £10.49 an hour, 28 hours a week.

What other income do you have? Do you get overtime/bonus payments which put your annualised average over £18,600?
That's just my minimum contracted hours. I do on average 40 hours per week.

MONTHLY (ADD 6 MONTHS PAYSLIPS DIVIDE BY 6 X 12)
My annual income before tax for this employment in GBP (£): £24739.12

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Ok then it's the first option - The same amount continuously, above the required amount

I would also recommend changing your employer letter to clarify that you are "contracted to a minimum of 28 hours per week"
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Ok then it's the first option - The same amount continuously, above the required amount

I would also recommend changing your employer letter to clarify that you are "contracted to a minimum of 28 hours per week"
Thank you so much!!

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