chaoclive wrote:National insurance is not paid on rental. However, you should know that rental income counts as taxable income. Tax is not the same as national insurance.
Not sure about anything else. Sorry. Get your husband involved in helping with your information search too!
I will do, but he probable doesn't understand it.
I did google it, someone said have to pay, someone said no.
I e-mail my tax adviser, he didn't answer yet.
Hope anyone knows could tell me.
By the way about emergency tax, my tax adviser told me that I don't need to pay it.
I couldn't understand what he said, will check later.
And I e-mail a Deputy Chief Caseworker
UK Visas & Immigration
She answer me, that my husband could cancel his private insurance, but she didn't tell me that I can cancel it.
My husband told me should not cancel mine, just in case.
I read lots of people because they didn't buy this insurance and couldn't get PR.
It is not very interesting, if waiting for 5 years and can't get it.