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Hi Amber,Amber_ wrote:No you don't.
You are subject to the Financial Requirement as per Annex FM 1.7 (click). This is not the correct thread to discuss your issue, open a new one!dnkumars wrote:Hi Amber,Amber_ wrote:No you don't.
I am a British Passport Holder (ILR got it through Tier 2 ICT ) and want to process for my wife & 2 Kids who are in Inida and who are having Indian Passport. My Net Salary is 2050 per month and 1200 (rent + Council ). So, am i eligible to process Visa for them? I would be grateful if you reply to my question.
E-ECP.3.3. wrote:The requirements to be met under this paragraph are-
(a) the applicant's partner must be receiving one or more of the following -
(i) disability living allowance;
(ii) severe disablement allowance;
(iii) industrial injury disablement benefit;
(iv) attendance allowance;
(v) carer's allowance;
(vi) personal independence payment;
(vii) Armed Forces Independence Payment or Guaranteed Income Payment under
the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme; or
(viii) Constant Attendance Allowance, Mobility Supplement or War Disablement
Pension under the War Pensions Scheme; and
(b) the applicant must provide evidence that their partner is able to maintain and
accommodate themselves, the applicant and any dependants adequately in the UK
without recourse to public funds.
This is effectively a disregard of up to £100 for each week of SMP, OSPP, ASPP or SAP received in the tax year. Note that where the rate of SMP, OSPP, ASPP or SAP received is less than £100 per week, only an amount equivalent to that received in each week of SMP, OSPP, ASPP or SAP in the tax year can be disregarded from the total pay and SMP, OSPP, APL or SAP income for the year. For example, if £80 SMP, OSPP, ASPP or SAP is received in any week, only £80 can be disregarded.
This is different from the income tax treatment. All SMP, OSPP, ASPP and SAP is included as income for income tax purposes.
Then the insurances should not be deducted when calculating NET earnings.Definition of ‘adequate’ and ‘adequately’ at page 2 wrote:after income tax, national insurance contributions and housing costs have been deducted