ILR for WP holder: charity worker

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ILR for WP holder: charity worker

Postby SabitaR » Wed Nov 23, 2011 12:42 pm

Hi All,

I'm on a Work Permit that ends Feb 2012 and I plan to apply for my ILR in mid Jan (no earlier than 28 days before the expiry) in person.
I work for a charity and thus my salary is lower than those for corporate employees in a similar job role. My worry is that if the SOC code I have matched to my job description doesn't work (the code doesn't quite fit my role as is) in my application and I have to use another, I may not make the appropriate salary requirement.
Thus, I wonder if anyone knows:
a) if there is a salary allowance made for people working in the charitable sector?
b) if there is a contact for the Home Office to call regarding SOC codes?

Many thanks.
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Re: WP holder: SOC codes for charity workers?

Postby sushdmehta » Wed Nov 23, 2011 7:46 pm

SabitaR wrote:a) if there is a salary allowance made for people working in the charitable sector?
No.

SabitaR wrote:My worry is that if the SOC code I have matched to my job description doesn't work (the code doesn't quite fit my role as is) in my application and I have to use another, I may not make the appropriate salary requirement.
See also Q - I'm a WP migrant. Neither is my job / occupation listed in the COP nor is there an equivalent job in the COP that I can determine for my current role. Can I apply for settlement?
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Postby SabitaR » Thu Nov 24, 2011 3:08 pm

Thanks.
Just another quick one: if my ILR application is rejected before my visa runs out, then do I only have until my visa expiry to leave the country?
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Postby innocentdevil » Thu Nov 24, 2011 5:00 pm

SabitaR wrote:Thanks.
Just another quick one: if my ILR application is rejected before my visa runs out, then do I only have until my visa expiry to leave the country?


Yes
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