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Hi Everyone,

Having read through some serious discussions in various forums on pay-slips being submitted by many as the evidence of employment, I now wonder what happens if a company does not issue pay-slips at all (neither electronic nor hardcopy) to the employees.

My previous company never issued pay-slips to any employees but would directly transfer the amounts to the respective salary accounts. So, bank statements would easily reflect the transactions. My current company provides nice, computer-generated play-slips to us.

In summary, here is my situation:

Previous company
pay-slip evidence: no
tax evidence: yes
bank statements showing salary transfer: yes
appointment letter: yes
reference letter on job experience: yes

Current company
pay-slip evidence: yes
tax evidence: yes
bank statements showing salary transfer: yes
appointment letter: yes
reference letter on job experience: yes

Would those who received invitation letters for lodging 189-visa applications kindly confirm whether there was any explicit mention of pay-silps as requirements for employment evidence?

Thanks.
 

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espresso, thanks. hope you are doing well. it is nice to read again some feedback from you. previously, you helped me on confusion i had on ACS point deduction...
 

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Does the bank statement reflect the company's name? If it is, shouldn't be a problem.
 

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