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hi i am currently waiting for my appeal hearing but i have a big problem, landlord is gonna evict me and i need a flat to move in.

Current property is just less than 600 a month without no bills(gas elec, internet etc.)


can i go into a studio flat, and the cost is 800 region and includes no bills,

would the judge consider this as me failing to be able support my wife ?

i earn ~ 1400 after tax.

i get taxed heavily for some reason. i get @ 1900 - 2000 per calander month.

please help me as i am in a bad situation and need some advice.

thanks in advance..
:israel:

also : i want to get a house inpection report by specialist , what are the requirements? i saw some properties which are tiny and have no gas central heating? would this result in a fail for the report?
what kind of size am i looking at? and can it be a studio or must it have seperate bed, kitchen , lounge?
please help.. :)
 

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hi i am currently waiting for my appeal hearing but i have a big problem, landlord is gonna evict me and i need a flat to move in.

Current property is just less than 600 a month without no bills(gas elec, internet etc.)


can i go into a studio flat, and the cost is 800 region and includes no bills,

would the judge consider this as me failing to be able support my wife ?

i earn ~ 1400 after tax.

i get taxed heavily for some reason. i get @ 1900 - 2000 per calander month.

please help me as i am in a bad situation and need some advice.

thanks in advance..
:israel:

also : i want to get a house inpection report by specialist , what are the requirements? i saw some properties which are tiny and have no gas central heating? would this result in a fail for the report?
what kind of size am i looking at? and can it be a studio or must it have seperate bed, kitchen , lounge?
please help.. :)
Hi there,

have you checked this page on the UKBA website? UK Border Agency | Maintenance and accommodation (MAA)

I think you should be okay. But you should get a letter from the new landlord that gives permission for your partner to live at the property with you and a signed tenancy agreement. They only count rooms that serve as bedroom or living space (1 room = maximum 2 ppl).

Re: tax: you're paying the right amount. That's the same for everyone unless you're Starbucks ;)

Good luck,
KHP
 
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