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Obie wrote:This is outrageous.
There is no reason why there should be a delay in processing the application for people who meet the requirements of the rules and have the necessary earning.
randyjan wrote:My last year's p60 stated I earned 24k my basic pay was £18,300 untill about 4 months ago when I became a supervisor now it's nearly 20k a year plus I get overtime I really do not understand why this has happened
In the OP's case, there may be actual grounds of confusion.vinny wrote:Some people are apparently getting confused.
secret.simon wrote:randyjan wrote:My last year's p60 stated I earned 24k my basic pay was £18,300 untill about 4 months ago when I became a supervisor now it's nearly 20k a year plus I get overtime I really do not understand why this has happenedIn the OP's case, there may be actual grounds of confusion.vinny wrote:Some people are apparently getting confused.
I believe (I could be wrong) that if a person is promoted partway through the 6 month period, the lowest salary in that period is taken into account (See Example A on Page 20 of the Appendix FM: Financial Requirements). So, if the OP earned £18,300 at any time in the past six months, that would be the baseline taken, rather than his newer salary as supervisor.
I am not entirely sure of how overtime is accounted for under Category A, because by definition it is variable.
Thence why the case may have been paused.
Casa wrote:What were your earnings in the 6 month period prior to submitting your wife's application?
I have received the same email on 3rd March. Have u received any further updates from UKVI?? when enquiring them about the status update on application they advised me its in PROGRESS for further enquires!!!randyjan wrote:Hi I'm new to this website I'm finding it really hard dealing with getting my wife over to the UK as I have no family help
Anyways my situation is me and my wife got married March last year applied for her visa in December this year and she submitted the documents on the 16th December.. Today my wife received this email today
Following a Supreme Court judgment on Wednesday 22 February 2017, the Home Office has paused decision-making on some settlement applications – in particular, those failing to meet the minimum income threshold for British Citizens and other settled persons sponsoring visa applications, or where children are involved.
The reason for this pause is to enable the Home Office to consider the implications of the judgement. All other applications will continue to be processed and decided as normal.
As a result UKVI is currently unable to process your application and your documents are being returned whilst this pause is in place. If you submitted a passport with your application, this will be returned to you under separate cover through the Visa Application Centre where you applied.
As soon as we are able to conclude the application we will contact you on the email address you provided within your application.
UK Visas and Immigration
Has anybody ever come across this does this mean the visa was rejected