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Payslips- Appointment on Monday- Urgent

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SONAKSHI
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Payslips- Appointment on Monday- Urgent

Post by SONAKSHI » Sat Dec 15, 2012 11:24 am

Hi, I am applying for ILR on Monday! (HSMP + Tier 1) , I get online salary slips. When I requested for a paper copy, the payroll posted me the payslips, which are in the format of a Payslip but does not have the company name or my NI number, how ever has all the details like tax, NI and tax reference etc. Then, I have got my online payslip (which has my NI number but not the company Name) certified by the payroll deparment ( Certified as true copy of original- signed and stamped). I also have a letter from the employer stating my annual salary. Do I still need to take a letter from the employer stating that the Payslips are authentic. Seniors who please advice.
Many thanks in advance
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malepiscean
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Re: Payslips- Appointment on Monday- Urgent

Post by malepiscean » Sat Dec 15, 2012 7:51 pm

SONAKSHI wrote:Then, I have got my online payslip (which has my NI number but not the company Name) certified by the payroll deparment ( Certified as true copy of original- signed and stamped). I also have a letter from the employer stating my annual salary.
This should be sufficient, IMHO.

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