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Hi guys and gals,

Hope all are well.

I can see the finish line on the horizon, however I require your guidance once again on a handful of things if you do not mind:

1- Stat Declaration: Do I require to sign this and provide a utility bill in my name as the sponsor for my wife, a Canadian national who intends to work in the UK once the Visa application is approved *fingers crossed* but will otherwise be reliant on me financially?

2- Bank Statements: I have provided 6 months worth of payslips, a letter from my employer confirming the amounts and dates of the payslips, a letter from the bank confirming crediting dates of salary payments, and an updated bank balance as at today's date. Does this suffice? Or, do I also need to include in the bank letter the date of the bank account being opened? And, do I need to include 6 months worth of end of month bank balance statements too or does the bank letter confirming pay slip amounts crediting my account suffice in this matter?

3- P60: I do not seem to have a P60, however I do have my last P45 and annual government issued tax summary sheet covering the period 2014/2015, is this sufficient instead?

4- Parents utility bill: My wife and I shall reside on my parent's home here in London, and as part of the pack we will be submitting Title Plan/Registry proving (freehold) ownership of the property, as well as the latest council tax statement. Do I also need to include a separate utility bill? Or does the council tax statement also double up as a utility bill?

Thank you all in advance for your support and assistance with my application, really cannot thank you all enough!

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Hi guys and gals,

Hope all are well.

I can see the finish line on the horizon, however I require your guidance once again on a handful of things if you do not mind:

1- Stat Declaration: Do I require to sign this and provide a utility bill in my name as the sponsor for my wife, a Canadian national who intends to work in the UK once the Visa application is approved *fingers crossed* but will otherwise be reliant on me financially?
No idea what you mean.

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2- Bank Statements: I have provided 6 months worth of payslips, a letter from my employer confirming the amounts and dates of the payslips, a letter from the bank confirming crediting dates of salary payments, and an updated bank balance as at today's date. Does this suffice? Or, do I also need to include in the bank letter the date of the bank account being opened? And, do I need to include 6 months worth of end of month bank balance statements too or does the bank letter confirming pay slip amounts crediting my account suffice in this matter?
Are you applying under Category A? Bank statements are required documents along with pay slips and a letter of employment. The letter of employment must include:

(b) A letter from the employer(s) who issued the payslips at paragraph 2(a) confirming:
(i) the person's employment and gross annual salary;
(ii) the length of their employment;
(iii) the period over which they have been or were paid the level of salary relied upon in the application; and
(iv) the type of employment (permanent, fixed-term contract or agency).


From FM 1.7 re bank statements:

(c) Personal bank statements corresponding to the same period(s) as the payslips at paragraph 2(a), showing that the salary has been paid into an account in the name of the person or in the name of the person and their partner jointly


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3- P60: I do not seem to have a P60, however I do have my last P45 and annual government issued tax summary sheet covering the period 2014/2015, is this sufficient instead?
You don't need a P60 since the period you are using to meet the requirement would not be covered by the P60. You don't need P45.

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4- Parents utility bill: My wife and I shall reside on my parent's home here in London, and as part of the pack we will be submitting Title Plan/Registry proving (freehold) ownership of the property, as well as the latest council tax statement. Do I also need to include a separate utility bill? Or does the council tax statement also double up as a utility bill?
You need a council tax OR other utility bill. You also need a letter from your parents giving your spouse permission to live there.

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Thank you Nyclon, much appreciated.

I mentioned "Stat Dec" previously, what I meant to reference was the "Sponsorship Undertaking". Do I require to sign this and provide a utility bill in my name as the sponsor for my wife, a Canadian national who intends to work in the UK once the Visa application is approved *fingers crossed* but will otherwise be reliant on me financially?

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No. This is not required for a spouse visa. She's allowed to work as a spouse visa holder.

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No. This is not required for a spouse visa. She's allowed to work as a spouse visa holder.
Thanks Nyclon.... much appreciated.

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