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It wont meet the requirement because these 12 months of payslips will not cover the period of last 12 months from the date of application.
You should have kept continue the employment until renewal. Since you are earning insufficient income from self employment and equally can't fulfill the employment income criteria, therefore, only solution would be either to use your 6 months old savings (£62500) which can be even at abroad or be ready to be switched into 10 years of flrfp route.
Without 12 months of payslips the criteria won't be metgeoeng wrote: ↑Fri Sep 20, 2019 8:22 amIf one or both of you can get salaried employment that will meet the financial requirement (both of your incomes can be combined) at the time of the application AND in the 12 months prior to submitting the application you received sufficient income from employment to meet the financial requirement (salaried or non-salaried), then you shouldn't have any issues based on the guidance for Category B. You don't have to have been employed with the same employer for 6 months prior to applying to use this category, just employed and earning sufficient income at the time of application provided you have previously earned sufficient income as well.
(i) a period of 6 months prior to the date of application if the person has been employed
by their current employer for at least 6 months (and where paragraph 13(b) of this
Appendix does not apply); or
(ii)any period of salaried employment in the period of 12 months prior to the date of
application if the person has been employed by their current employer for less than 6
months (or at least 6 months but the person does not rely on paragraph 13(a) of this
Appendix), or in the financial year(s) relied upon by a self-employed person.
In case of none-salaried or even if you have salaried job with variable wages due to overtime/bonuses which most often happens then in order to meet the first bit of category B you are expected to have earned at least £9300 / your annualized average wages during the last 6 months must be at least equivalent to £18600 for which continuous pay slips are required. And yes that's correct that if either of them finds a salaried (fixed wages) job then they won't be required to meet the first bit rather their wages at the time of application will be considered.