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Hi everyone,

I am about to apply for my partners ILR on (28-08-20). If anyone can shed some light in my current situation i would highly appreciate it....

i started a new job in January 2020 on Salaried employment but left the job after 2 months (end of February).salary was 1600 monthly gross for those two months


due to the pandemic i didnt work until end of April(was on Universal credit). Started a new job on weekly pay from 13th May up to present(it will be about 3 months when i apply).I am getting about 375.00 gross from this job weekly.

According to this above do I meet the minimum Income Threshold and which category do i rely upon?

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You apply under Cat B - you need to show you earn 18,600 GBP per annum in this current job AND in the immediate 12 months prior to the application you have also earned 18,600 GBP

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Thanks a lot for your response.

How will they calculate my current and previous income to get the minimum threshold. I mean what's the method of calculation!!

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For your current job you will supply your employment letter/contract showing you earn 18,600 GBP or above. You payslips must then show at least 1,550 per month.

You add up all your payslips for the 12 month immediately prior to the application and they must add up to 18,600 per annum

So if you apply in August you show payslips from Aug 2019 to Aug 2020

If you don't meet the financial requirements you can add your p artner's income and/or savings etc

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Do you think they will consider 3 months(May to August) payslips and bank statements given the current Pandemic situations.

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Do you think they will consider 3 months(May to August) payslips and bank statements given the current Pandemic situations.
If these payslips are from your current job (and you are in the job) then yes, of course under Cat B

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Category B: Less than 6 months with current employer or
variable income – person residing in the UK


Read the following document carefully to see how you qualify under Cat B

https://assets.publishing.service.go...2.0-gov-uk.pdf

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