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Thanks Zimba88,zimba88 wrote:It is a simple clarification. To extend you need to prove you have a UK business bank account which has some transactions (it is active)
Hi Zimba, EE national ( French Passport holder ) only details page is enough or the signature page aswell, reason i am asking because my employee has her first name as signature in EE passport and in EU ID card LAst name as signature, it's confusing me now?zimba88 wrote:I do not understand the source of confusion here. The change ONLY AND ONLY AND ONLY applies to people who want to ONLY rely on employee's birth certificates as the evidence of settled status.
If you want to rely on ANY other evidence like EEA passport or ILR copy, NOTHING HAS CHANGED.
So in other words bank account is now scrutinized as part of genuine entrepreneur test. How does a single transaction pass?jafersadeq wrote:Thanks Zimba88,zimba88 wrote:It is a simple clarification. To extend you need to prove you have a UK business bank account which has some transactions (it is active)
But how many statement to be sent?
In your opinion what is the purpose of this new criterion?zimba88 wrote:This has nothing to do with the genuine test
B2B my mate,Business2business wrote:seasky freedom of expression, there is huge market of legal consultation, and you will find enormous solicitors and law firms in the UK, and they have had good legal advice for your query.
However currently 46-SD(c)(ii)(2) only says:Company bank statement from a UK account which shows transactions for that company
The change will bring the rules in line with what is ALREADY mentioned in the guide but is missing from the rules. So 46-SD(c)(ii)(2) becomes:If the applicant is a director, a company bank statement showing that the company has a UK account, or a letter from ....
If the applicant is a director of a UK company, or member of a UK partnership, a business bank statement from a UK account which shows business transactions, or a letter from ...
(7) if the business did not employ workers before the applicant took over or joined it, confirmation of this,