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My Payslips are sent online. e-payslips.

So to authenticate them. Do I need my manager to just sign them? Or to write " I certify these to be a genuine copy".

My company HR is outsourced, so it will be easier to just get a local manager to sign them. Would this be sufficient??

Any problem with this?
 

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No stamp available... absolutely nothing. Just a manager.

So Will get him to write "I certify this to be a genuine payslip". Print name, sign and Date.
 

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No stamp available... absolutely nothing. Just a manager.

So Will get him to write "I certify this to be a genuine payslip". Print name, sign and Date.
We attached a letter with my husband's payslips from his manager stating something along the lines of "I have seen the attached payslips numbering XXXX, XXXX, XXXX (etc) and have signed and dated them confirming they are authentic." This seemed to work fine for our FLR (M) application.
 
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