I've been through a lot of reading recently about the requirements for the application, I have all the documents ready for my application as I have prepared most of it months ago.Good day everyone.
I am new to this group, not so sure if I'm in the right forum as I have few questions about my uk spouse visa application very soon.
I need all your help...please!!!
Garyede, Thank you for your response. But just want to clear it up. Others says, the lowest gross income you have for 6 months will be the basis of the calculation, is that true? lets say Feb - £1200 /Mar - £1600 /Apr - £1700 /May - £2200 /June - £1500 /July £2500. The will use £1200 as their basis for the calculation which is lower than the required amount of £1550 pcm. Please enlighten me about it. Thank you in advanceIt is based on your gross average salary over the last 6 months, so total up your last 8 gross salaries and divide by 6
Joppa, thank you for your reply. Yeah you are right! That's the total gross accumulated since the beginning of the tax year - 6th April. Is it true that the calculation will be based from the lowest amount of your gross income for the last 6 months?There is something wrong with the payslip figures. Re-check. £3733 may be total-pay-to-date since the start of tax year on 6th April.
The "lowest amount" rule is for salaried employment where you are expected to be consistently paid the same amount based on your annual salary.Is it true that the calculation will be based from the lowest amount of your gross income for the last 6 months?
The "lowest amount" rule is for salaried employment where you are expected to be consistently paid the same amount based on your annual salary.
Non-salaried (e.g., hourly wage) income is calculated as a sum total of all payslips within the period, divided by six to find the monthly average, then multiplied by twelve to get the annualised average.