Your Question: Ako po ay nagtrabaho sa una kong employer ng 5 months and now I am employed by another employer for just 1 month. Can I combine my two income from two different employers to meet the minimum income requirements under the Appendix FM of the UK Immigration Rules?
My Answer: If you have been with the current employer for less than 6 moths, you may have to rely on your income for 12 months. This means that your income within 12 months must not fall below the £18,600 mark.
You’ll need to provide proof of your income with your application. If you or your partner are employed, you could include:
- bank statements showing you or your partner’s income PRIOR to application and 28 days PRIOR to application;
- 6 months of payslips PRIOR to application and 28 days PRIOR to application;
- a letter from an employer, dated and on headed paper 28 days PRIOR to application.
The employer’s letter should confirm:
- you or your partner are employed there
- the job title or position you or your partner hold
- how long you or your partner have worked there
- the type of contract (for example, permanent, fixed term)
- what you or your partner earn before tax and National Insurance
- how long you or your partner have been paid your current salary
- the payslips are genuine.
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