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Hi I was hoping someone could help me please?

Basically, I am married to a US citizen- she has visited here a few times and I have visited there. I am currently in a temp to perm job through an agency- the contract is 6-12 months with a view go permanent.

1. I was wondering if i do not go permanent and I am still in this role after the 6 months through the agency- could I go through with the spouse visa following 6 months payslips?

2. If I do become permanent- could I use the previous months payslips via the agency alongside the payslips from the actual employer once I have been permanent for a few months i.e. 3 months agency payslips and 3 months employer payslips.

The job would be the same- only I would no longer be working through an agency- I am currently on approx 22k gross through the agency and that would likely go up once I would become permanent.

Any advice/ help would be greatly appreciated.

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You can do either. If you are still on temporary contract, you must still be employed when the visa application is submitted.
 

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You can do either. If you are still on temporary contract, you must still be employed when the visa application is submitted.
thanks for replying Joppa- my only worry is that if the letter from the employer says i'm temporary- the person making the decision on the visa may not think it's sufficient enough that it is a temp role?
 
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