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ehsan103
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payslip letter digitally signed ok?

Post by ehsan103 » Thu Sep 13, 2018 1:42 pm

Hi,

I have my payslips signed and stamped. My employment have also given me a letter which is printed on headed paper and stamped to confirm my payslips are authentic but the letter has a digital signature instead of wet. Is this ok?

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Re: payslip letter digitally signed ok?

Post by taffet87 » Thu Sep 13, 2018 7:31 pm

Yes

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Final flr(m) checklist. Appointment date 20/09/2018 - Feedback from moderators most appreciated.

Post by ehsan103 » Mon Sep 17, 2018 11:01 pm

Hi all,
We have our flr(m) appointment this Thursday 20/09/2018 so just seeking final feedback on the documentation list we will be providing and also comments to the questions below.

1. Identification documents
• Spouse’s passport
• Sponsor’s (myself) passport
• Our child’s passport
• Spouse’s BRP card
• 2 spouse passport photos
• 2 sponsor passport photo
• 2 child passport photos
• Child birth certificate

2. Relationship requirements documents
• English translated marriage certificate

3. Financial requirements documents
• 6 online bank statements stamped showing wages and child benefit payments. Dated march 2018 – august 2018
• 6 online payslips and online p60 stamped. Dated march 2018 – august 2018
• Letter from employment confirming payslips and p60 are authentic. Dated 12/09/2018
• Letter from employment confirming sponsor employment, type, length, gross salary. Dated 05/09/2018

4. Accommodation requirements documents
• Letter from sponsors parents confirming applicant’s permission to live in their house. Dated 10/09/2018
• House inspection report from chartered surveyor. Dated 16/09/2018
• Land registry details – Date downloaded 14/09/2018
• Mortgage payments details – period 01/09/2017 – 01/08/2018. Letter dated 31/08/2018

5. English language requirements documents
• CEFR Level B1. Dated 29/08/2018

6. Correspondence requirements documents

Spouse list

GP letter – 03/03/2016
NatWest bank statement - period 15/08/2016 - 15/11/2016 (in both our names)
NatWest bank letter – 28/10/2016
NHS letter – 23/01/2017
NatWest letter – 20/03/2017
NHS letter – 27/07/2017
NHS letter – 09/08/2017
NHS letter – 06/09/2017
Department of work and pension letter – 23/01/2018
Department of work and pension letter – 07/02/2018
NatWest bank statement – period 15/02/2018 - 15/05/2018
NatWest bank statement – period 15/05/2018 - 15/08/2018
Barclays bank letter – 20/08/2018

Sponsor list

Barclays bank statement – 25/12/2015 – 26/01/2016
Barclays bank statement – 27/04/2016 – 26/05/2016
Mobile phone bill – 15/08/2016
HMRC letter – 08/2016
Santander bank statement – period 13/09/2016 – 11/10/2016
Student loan company letter – 02/11/2016
Barclays bank statement – 27/01/2017 – 24/02/2017
Barclays bank statement – 25/03/2017 – 26/04/2017
Student loan company letter – 08/05/2017
Barclays bank statement -27/07/2017 – 25/08/2017
HMRC letter – 12/10/2017
Barclays bank statement – 27/01/2018 - 26/02/2018
HM Government letter – 05/2018
Barclays bank statement – 27/07/2018 – 24/08/2018

**Questions**

1. The letter my emplyment provided confirming payslips are authentic is on headed paper and stamped but has a scanned signature instead of wet. Is this fine? If not shall I just get my employment to do a wet sign next to the scanned one?

2. Do me or my spouse need to also provide our birth certificates?

3. Do we need to show any evudence of pictures, communication messages, plane tickets for holiday time abroad (only around 40 days spent abroad)?

4. Spouse has been refused twice before entering the uk, do we need to provide those refusal letters?

5. Land registry details has been bought for £3 and downloaded from online website. Is this copy acceptable? https://www.gov.uk/search-property-info ... d-registry

6. Regarding page 65 on the application “evidence of where your child normally lives and that you or ay partnet play and active role in their upbringing. Evidence should only be dated within last 3 months”, our daughter is 1 year 3 weeks old, so the only letters we have are below so we just have the single letter dated within 3 months, is this ok?

GP registration letter – 21/09/2017
Immunisation letter - 01/03/2018
Health development review letter – 06/07/2018

7. Do we need or provide photocopies of every documents or this be done by the person checking our application on the day?

Thanks.

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Re: Final flr(m) checklist. Appointment date 20/09/2018 - Feedback from moderators most appreciated.

Post by bathanza » Tue Sep 18, 2018 6:58 am

Hello that's a really conscise list

I had a real signature on the employment letter - I doubt they would question a scan signature but you never know

You don't need whatsapp or photos. They will not require them

No birth certificates for you or spouse if you're submitting passports

Land registry doc is fine

About photocopies: this was the most stressful point as some people say do it and some people not

At the appointment the registration desk WILL ask for photocopies. What we did was photocopy the most important and relative information. Mainly the financial land registry and the proof of relationship. Cohabition docs I left alone as I had so many!!

The case worker will scan and copy what they require. They say it'll help speed up the decision. In no way will this render a refusal. But do take some as they've written it in the premium booking and application itself.

For my husband's timeline - overstayer 11 yrs
Aug 2016 - FLR (FP) Partner
Feb 2018 - FLR (FP) Partner refused
March - Aug 2018 - JR permission refused with merit
Aug 2018 - FLR FP (Partner) PSC - Approved

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Re: Final flr(m) checklist. Appointment date 20/09/2018 - Feedback from moderators most appreciated.

Post by ehsan103 » Tue Sep 18, 2018 9:29 am

Hi,

Thanks for the comments. Also do you have any feedback regarding question 4 and 6

Thanks

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Re: Final flr(m) checklist. Appointment date 20/09/2018 - Feedback from moderators most appreciated.

Post by bathanza » Tue Sep 18, 2018 10:24 am

4 is not relevant. As long as you meet the requirements for an extension, she has a valid visa so don't worry about refusals.

As per 6, it think it's a given there's a baby and not much proof, think you'll be okay.

The FLR M is based on a spouse. From others experience, I BELIEVE they will not even take the baby's passport at registration!

Enjoy your premium appointment, I hope you get a speedy response, be prepared to sit and wait if you want at the centre. :)

For my husband's timeline - overstayer 11 yrs
Aug 2016 - FLR (FP) Partner
Feb 2018 - FLR (FP) Partner refused
March - Aug 2018 - JR permission refused with merit
Aug 2018 - FLR FP (Partner) PSC - Approved

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Re: Final flr(m) checklist. Appointment date 20/09/2018 - Feedback from moderators most appreciated.

Post by Londoner007 » Tue Sep 18, 2018 10:32 am

1 - Yes fine
2 - I's add spouse's
3 - No
4 - No
5 - Yes
6 - Yes
7 - Recommended to photocopy
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Parents residence permissions letter

Post by ehsan103 » Wed Sep 19, 2018 2:01 am

Hi all,

1. Is the letter below fine?

2. Can i just print the letter from home and a simple ink signature from my parents is fine?

3. Were providing mortgage statements, land registry, council tax as evidence. do we also need to provide my parents passports?

************************
Dear Whom It May Concern,

RE: Residency Permission Letter

WE MR. SPONSOR FATHER & MRS. SPONSOR MOTHER DO HERBY SOLEMNLY AND SINCERELY DECLARE as following

1. We confirm that we give the SPONSOR, APPLICANT and their DAUGHTER permission to live at our property at rent and bill free for as long as they desire.

2. We confirm that we live at the following address [ADDRESS DETAILS] and the property is owned by us. Please see provided land registry, mortgage payments and council tax.

3. Our property comprises of seven [7] rooms, Spam, two bathrooms, shower room and WC so there is ample room to accommodate the SPONSOR, the APPLICANT and their DAUGHTER. Please see provided inspection survey report.

Should you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact us on the details above.

Yours Faithfully,

MRS. SPONSOR MOTHER (SIGNATURE)
MR. SPONSOR FATHER (SIGNATURE)
*********************************

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Re: Parents residence permissions letter

Post by secret.simon » Wed Sep 19, 2018 2:08 am

What application are your parents making that they need this letter?
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Re: Parents residence permissions letter

Post by seagul » Wed Sep 19, 2018 2:43 am

Another point might have to rethink that whether the letter need to pacifically address to ECO or to whom it may concern. Maybe both are correct.
Don't treat my advice as professional because it's just come from personal & others experience. So confirm/verify it further.

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Re: Parents residence permissions letter

Post by Londoner007 » Wed Sep 19, 2018 8:31 am

It can be addressed to either, as long as it contains the permission bit and their details
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Re: Parents residence permissions letter

Post by CR001 » Wed Sep 19, 2018 8:42 am

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Re: Parents residence permissions letter

Post by ehsan103 » Wed Sep 19, 2018 9:51 am

Hi all,

The letter is for flr(m). We live in my parents house so it's a letter from then stating they give us permission to stay. Is the letter content, signature fine? passport required?

Ehsan

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Re: Parents residence permissions letter

Post by Londoner007 » Wed Sep 19, 2018 10:29 am

Letter is fine
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