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WP to Tier2 ICT - SoC and salary requirement query

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WP to Tier2 ICT - SoC and salary requirement query

Post by sojan » Wed Sep 26, 2012 9:17 am

Hi Friends,
Sorry for reposting as a new thread (original thread) as the query is slightly different now.

In summary: The query is for my friend whose salary is split into various components and he cannot show the payslip matching SoC.

Situation now
1. The company has issued a sample letter showing the annual split of salary into: Home Salary, Per Diem, Transportation, Housing allowance, On-post salary. This total amount to £37K.
2. But the UK payslip contains only £15.1K and Indian Salary slip £7.1K as rest are reimbursed
3. His initial Soc was £19K (2008) and now its £34K (2012).

Query
1. Can he show combination of UK payslip && India Payslip?
2. Can he apply ILR based on his initial SoC (2008) ?
3. I read a minimum of 1 Salary slip & 1 Bank statement is required for Tier2 during ILR application. So the yearly salary can be just within an employer letter? (hope 12 bankstats/salary slips are NOT reqd)

I tried reading the FAQ's and 245GF-SD page, but couldn't find an answer.

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Post by geriatrix » Wed Sep 26, 2012 6:46 pm

Please continue in the existing topic.
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