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They need to confirm this. Read the rules under the the link posted aboveSS_SS wrote: ↑Mon Sep 18, 2023 9:59 pmMy employer has actually issued 2 letters, one letter confirming that I am employed with the organisation along with my current Title and start date , also the letter has mentioned my current salary. Second letter has my Full Name, Title, Start Date, Passport Number, Nationality, SOC Code. Both these letters do not explicitly mention that I will be required in my current role for foreseeable future. Will those Two separate letters be enough for ILR application? Can those 2 letters be used as Employer Letter , although there is no explicit mention that I will be required in my current role for foreseeable future? Please advise
Yes, all countries lived in (not visiting)Question 1: The question is about the 'Country you lived in'. Should I also include the countries I visited for a short duration for tourism or business reasons? Should I also include my time in India as I have lived in India being a citizen since my birth?
Yes or ask your employer.Question 2: This question is about 'Sponsor license number'. Is there a way to find this number or I should get it from the most recent CoS document?
Question 3: The question is about the 'Home Office reference number'. I never applied for ILR before. This is the first I am applying to ILR although I have applied to the UK for a visit visa a few times before I arrived here in November 2018. What number should I include?
Answer yes if you have been granted a visa after the stated date in January 2018.Question 4: The question is 'Does the period of stay on which this application was based include any leave granted since 11 January 2018?'. I have left the UK on annual leaves twice after I arrived in November 2018. What will be the answer to this question for me?
You need a selection of documents in both name or addressed individually from 3 to 6 different sources for every 3 to 4 months for the last two years.Question 5: About 'documentary evidence of cohabitation since you were last granted leave (up to a maximum of two years)'. Does the the evidence need to be monthly bills or the evidence can be annual council bills for the last two years?
There are 3 parts to the consent form. Part 1 you sign. Part 2 your spouse signs, Part 3 not relevant.Question 5: About 'Verification consent', should we submit separate consents from each applicant and dependents ? My spouse, who is my dependent is also applying along me. I am the main applicant. Should we submit two separate consents from main applicant and my spouses? What about consents for dependent kids?
SS_SS wrote: ↑Tue Sep 26, 2023 2:23 amA question on documents: should I stick to all the documents checklist shown on the UKVAS and gov.uk website or I should attach additional documents like additional account statements, P60, etc. P60 not required, any account statement not relevant to the application will only bring confusion
Another question: is the cover letter needed and is it recommended with the application? Cover letter is to address any matter requiring further clarification to any detail given on the application (which if not given can be adverse to application) to give CW proper or full details/perspective. If non the no need for cover letter
It is very clear and obvious what the email says!!!Your application for indefinite leave to remain in the UK has been successful.
Yes, that's what successful means.SS_SS wrote: ↑Wed Sep 27, 2023 4:47 pmI submitted biometrics today morning and received the following email this evening from Home Office Atlas <email@example.com>.
Your application for indefinite leave to remain in the UK has been successful.
What does this mean? Does this mean the decision has been made by the Home Office about my ILR? Can someone please confirm?