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I am in my current job since 2002 the issue i have i applied on 2nd april 2015 wife submitted documents 20th april in pakistan.

I get paid weekley so i sent them 26 payslips on the 2nd april 2015 my payslip arrived and on the 2nd april the money had gone in the bank so i asked the bank to print the statements of from 8/10/2014- to 2/10/2014 in the period all my 26 pay is seen in those weeks but the bank statement 6 days short of 6 months,

Will that make any difference?

I also included my 9th april pay slip also with the bank statement to show money going in,

so basically applied 2nd april bank statement is from 8/10/2014-12/14/15

any views on this?
 

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You got some of your dates wrong (e.g. 8/10/2014 - 2/10/2014) but provided bank statement shows all 26 payslips going in, it's fine.
So you included 9th April payslip, which is later than online application date. It should be disregarded, and while it's best not to include it, I don't think it will fatally damage your application.
 

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You got some of your dates wrong (e.g. 8/10/2014 - 2/10/2014) but provided bank statement shows all 26 payslips going in, it's fine.
So you included 9th April payslip, which is later than online application date. It should be disregarded, and while it's best not to include it, I don't think it will fatally damage your application.
sorry i meant 8/10/2014 t0 2/4/15 will they refuse me on that it does say 6 months prior to appliction my 26 th payslip was on 2/4/15 and bank satements dates are a bit out but show 26 pay slips amount going in
 

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Yes, but it should not be considered as it was issued after 2nd April. As you have already submitted your documents, just sit tight and wait for outcome.
 
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