I have been advised by a lawyer that the overtime that I do at work does not count towards FLRM. The overtime that I have worked is quite consistent, nearly once a week. There are some weeks missing but not too much.
Yes. it does. All you do is to average your overtime payments over a 6-month period, annualise it and add to your basic salary. Suppose you earn £1,500 a month basic and get overtime of £50 every other week. So your overtime averages over 6 months as 50 x 13 = 650, annualised at 1300. Your basic pay is 1500 x 12 = 18000. Add the two together and the annual income you can submit is £19,300, which meets the requirement. Your employment letter should state you get overtime.
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Yes, as she doesn't hold fiancée or marriage visitor visa, when you give notice of marriage at a designated register office (your nearest is Leeds or Sheffield), your case will be referred to Home Office, but hopefully you will be quickly approved for marriage.