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Hello mate. Do update your outcome in the forum. I am in the same boat where I was on intially on workpermit of a reputed Indian company and never received any P60s.Greatlookinguy wrote:Nopes. Still waiting...
Looks like your "reputed Indian company" is TCS as well. Don't worry, say the name. There's nothing wrong therehsmp12345 wrote:Hello mate. Do update your outcome in the forum. I am in the same boat where I was on intially on workpermit of a reputed Indian company and never received any P60s.Greatlookinguy wrote:Nopes. Still waiting...
During Tier1 extension, I had provided stamped salary slips (didn't have any deductions mentioned in salary slips and I was claiming earning points based only on net salary) and bank statements. Caseworker had initial concerns and wanted to know why there are no deductions mentioned in salary slips. I tried to explain that my company directly pays group Tax & NI. After due consideration (and discussion with supervisor) they extended my visa. I did ask them if there wud be simlar issues when I will apply for ILR, I was told may not impact you as such but may delay the process.
Wish you best of luck,
Wise decision. Make sure along with your Bank Statements you include a letter from Wipro stating your start and end dates with the company. You might have to write to your Corporate FFS team (I think that stands for Full & Final Settlement) which should be in Wipro's India headquarters. In TCS's case, they sent this document from their India head office to my Indian residence from where my dad dispatched the docs to me in the UK by DHL courier. Took about a week in all. This "service certificate" plus bank statements are proof enough. Salary slips/uk allowance slips and P-60s from Indian MNCs may have some issues with them in so far that they would not clearly state NI and Tax contributions for "onsite deputed" employees sometimes/most times Use them ONLY if absolutely necessary.hsmp12345 wrote:Many Congratulations !!!
Coming back to my 'reputed company', it was not TCS but Wipro. I am no longer with that company now. I think I am going to follow your advice and provide my bank statements for economic activity (Salary Credit etc.) for the period while I was with Wipro for my ILR application.