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Hi Guys,

Re: UK Spouse Visa (Morocco)

Just a question about meeting the financial requirements. Just want to double check the below is sufficient?
Also shall I provide my last 6 or 12 months payslips?

I'm on a minimum 28 hours per week permanent contract since 2004 (non-salaried).

My last 6 months payslips (before tax):

January 2017 - £2293.05
February 2017: £1463.88
March 2017: £1728.57
April 2017: £2536.55
May 2017: £1341.66 (I had a 9 day holiday to see spouse)
June 2017: £2029.79

My P60 for tax year 2016-2017 total: £20,336.23 (gross)

Thanks for your help.
 

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As you are non-salaried they will take the sum total of your payslips, divide by six, then multiply by twelve to find the annualised average used to meet the financial requirement:

Total pay: £11,393.50
Monthly avg: £1,898.92
Annualised avg: £22,787

So you would indeed meet the financial requirement. You could apply under Category A which requires only 6 months of payslips.
 
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As you are non-salaried they will take the sum total of your payslips, divide by six, then multiply by twelve to find the annualised average used to meet the financial requirement:

Total pay: £11,393.50
Monthly avg: £1,898.92
Annualised avg: £22,787

So you would indeed meet the financial requirement. You could apply under Category A which requires only 6 months of payslips.
Sorry to jump in the conversation. Hello @clever-octopus regarding cat A, if the case is £1780 a month then the lowest payslip for the 6th month earn 1,400 that wont be a problem right?
 

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if the case is £1780 a month then the lowest payslip for the 6th month earn 1,400 that wont be a problem right?
Salaried and non-salaried employment is calculated differently. Whilst salaried employment is based on the lowest payslip amount within the period, non-salaried employment takes an annualised average based on the sum total of earnings.
 

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As you are non-salaried they will take the sum total of your payslips, divide by six, then multiply by twelve to find the annualised average used to meet the financial requirement:

Total pay: £11,393.50
Monthly avg: £1,898.92
Annualised avg: £22,787

So you would indeed meet the financial requirement. You could apply under Category A which requires only 6 months of payslips.
Hi,

Ok, I've just got my latest payslip and we're about to submit the spouse visa application. Please can you double check the below is correct please.

My position is permanent, I am contracted to a minimum of 28 hours per week and get paid paid £9.83 per hour but I consistently work more than 28 hours per week. I have been working there since 2004.

My last 6 months payslips (before tax):

February 2017: £1,463.88
March 2017: £1,728.57
April 2017: £2,536.55
May 2017: £1,341.66 (I had a 9 day holiday to see spouse)
June 2017: £2,029.79
July 2017: £2,591.63

Total pay: £11,692.08
Monthly avg: £1,948.68
Annualised avg: £23,384.16

So I have to apply under Category A right?

Thanks!
 

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Please help - clever-octopus or Joppa?

Many thanks!!
 

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In regards to my employment letter is the below sufficient?

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[On company letter headed paper]

[My address]

[Date]

Dear Whom it may cocern,

Re: Visa

With regards to the above, we can confirm the following:

- [Sponsors name] is currently employed by [Company name] as [Sponsors position]
- [Sponsors name] commenced employment on 18/10/2004
- His position within the company is permanent
- [Sponsors name] is contracted to 28 hours per week and is paid £9.83 per hour
- The payslips issued to [Sponsors name] are true and authentic copies as per our pay roll records

The above information is for reference only and the company accepts no further liability with regards to the application process.

Please do not hesitate to contact me directly on [Tel] if you have any further queries.

Yours sincerely,

[Signature]

[Printed name]
HR Administrator

Tel:
Email:

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P.S. I will also be submitting my P60 for 2016-2017

Thank you!
 

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Or shall I get HR to add the following bullet point?

  • His average gross salary for the last 6 months payslips February 2017 - July 2017 is £1,948.68

    February 2017: £1,463.88
    March 2017: £1,728.57
    April 2017: £2,536.55
    May 2017: £1,341.66
    June 2017: £2,029.79
    July 2017: £2,591.63

    Total pay: £11,692.08
    Monthly average: £1,948.68
    Annualised average: £23,384.16
 

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Please help - clever-octopus or Joppa?

Thank you!!
 
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