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Thanks very much Diverseyharbor - That's useful to know
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Hi all,

I have a bit of a panicked query about the 28-day rule, and hoping to get a response here rather than starting a new thread.

I submitted my online application and paid yesterday so: 20/06/19

My husband's last payslip is dated 24/05/19 so my application was submitted on day 28. I just realised this, ideally I would have liked a bit of buffer so there is no ambiguity, am I still ok?

Also, we got bank statements detailling pay that went into his account. Other than transaction dates, the only date that is on this document is the date they were printed in branch (20/06/19 - accompanied by branch stamp with sort code), so there is no way to tell if the most recent statement was issued within the 28 day limit. Can I still use these?

Many thanks in advance!

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Hi
I have a question with regards to payslip. I am due to apply for my ILR on the 29th Oct, I normally get pay end of the month so i will be using 6month payslip from April - Sep. My question is that, counting from the last date i was paid my last payslip is more than 28days from my application date. please is that a problem?

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I have a question with regards to payslip. I am due to apply for my ILR on the 29th Oct, I normally get pay end of the month so i will be using 6month payslip from April - Sep. My question is that, counting from the last date i was paid my last payslip is more than 28days from my application date. please is that a problem?
Yes. Itís a problem. As stated in the 1st post, your most recent payslip can be no more than 28 days old at the time of application.

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Yes. Itís a problem. As stated in the 1st post, your most recent payslip can be no more than 28 days old at the time of application.
Thank you for your response. I can get an e-payslip which shows my employers name on it. Please will that be acceptable ?

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