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Old 12th July 2020, 11:00 AM
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Hi all,

I have submitted the below documents, in order as the below. Please let me know if you think i should add anything else. Thanks.


Proof of application:
- Email confirmation of application.
- Signed Declaration form.
- 3rd party consent form
- applicants New Passport.

Residence in the UK:
- Land registry & title plan of current house.
- Lawyers letter confirming purchase.
- land registry of previous house, with updated version.
- Council tax bill x 3 (2019, 2019 & 2020).
- 12 letters.

Life events:
- Marriage certificate with translation.

Sponsors / Employment:
- P60s (2018-2019 and 2019-2020).
- Employment letter.
- HR pay review & bonus email, and response.
- 6 x bank statement
- 6 x payslip

Identity:
- deed poll, original and certified.
- Sponsors passport.
- Applicants previous passport.
- applicants biometric card, both sides .

Education:
LiTUK test pass.
B1 test pass.



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Is employment contract required?

May I ask does the translation for your Marriage certificate need to be authorized (translated from a qualified translation company) or just translated by yourself?

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Hi all,

I have submitted the below documents, in order as the below. Please let me know if you think i should add anything else. Thanks.


Proof of application:
- Email confirmation of application.
- Signed Declaration form.
- 3rd party consent form
- applicants New Passport.

Residence in the UK:
- Land registry & title plan of current house.
- Lawyers letter confirming purchase.
- land registry of previous house, with updated version.
- Council tax bill x 3 (2019, 2019 & 2020).
- 12 letters.

Life events:
- Marriage certificate with translation.

Sponsors / Employment:
- P60s (2018-2019 and 2019-2020).
- Employment letter.
- HR pay review & bonus email, and response.
- 6 x bank statement
- 6 x payslip

Identity:
- deed poll, original and certified.
- Sponsors passport.
- Applicants previous passport.
- applicants biometric card, both sides .

Education:
LiTUK test pass.
B1 test pass.



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Old 13th July 2020, 11:37 AM
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Hi, I've never used an employment contract. But always used some sort of letter from your employer confirming role.

The translation was done soon as I got married by a professional company. Not sure if you can do it yourself. Its just basically an English version of the certificate.

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It just needs to be professionally translated, you can't do the translation yourself

SET(M) now asks for an employment contract as part of the checklist but it isn't a required document (the employer letter is, however)
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Hi all. Any feedback? Before I submit the documents today / tomorrow - now that June applicants are likely to book appts. Thank you.

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You really don't need last year's P60, it doesn't offer any value at all. Same with the lawyer's letter or a property inspection for a place you no longer live.

Otherwise it looks fine to me. Good luck

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Hi Clever Octopus, thank you. You're right about last yrs p60, cause it does say its optional & for financial youre relying on.
About the solicitors letters, its for new home purchase, which clarifies change of address.

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