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Exercising treaty rights means you are in employment, a job seeker, a student, a self-employed person, or a self-sufficient person.
Was it your intention to move to the UK when you first visited in 2014? If so, best thing is to put that date. If not, it's probably easier for the case worker if you put the 2015 date.
Best is to put both, so the case worker has a clear picture of your movements. it will be up to them to decide for how long you have been a qualified person, which will be very likely the January date. But you would have done the right thing and answered truthfully as bets as you can.
Yes, that would be a truthful answer.
If you claim to have been a qualified person on the basis of your employment, then they check your employment history to determine your day 1. I understand day 1 is not the date you arrived, but the date it can be proved you have been a qualified person.
Can you provide all 5 P60s? Or at least 3 payslips for each year you cannot provide a P60 for. Only one P60 probably won't do. (See Annex H on the document reference on my last paragraph below).in April of this year I'll have my 5th P60 which is good enough for proof of address and employment.
As explained above.but how can I prove my day 1 arrival in UK? or else I don't need to because they don't go by the exact day/moth??
Depends how strong your evidence is of your status as a worker. If you have strong evidence of your work throughout the qualifying period (for example, P60s, or payslips when these are missing), then you do not need any more evidence of residence (see 2nd paragraph on page 9 of the official application guidelines here:I opened a bank account back in the time when I needed proof of address for something, but it's not from day one. I thought it's from Jan 2015 but this bank account I opened at March 2015 and I have a bank statement with bank signature on it for proof of address. -- or like I asked above, maybe just no need for this?