tier1entrepreneur-AA wrote: ↑
Tue Mar 17, 2020 3:33 pm
I have joined a company which already exist, and an employee has joined after my joining date, I'm preparing the required documents for extension/ILR application,
Note: he joined the business after my joining date.
I'm preparing the following for him to be counted as job created, and would like your advice if I need to add or remove any of these:
#1- Companies house document confirming my joining date.
#2- RTI/FPS/Period summary showing the employee joining date (which will be on the first month he have joined the company)
#3- 12 Payslips (including total working hours and hourly rate),
#4-RTI/FPS: for each month of the qualified 12 month period.
#5-Confirmation that no employees (in my case) have been on the company payroll before my joining date, so I need an official document to prove that (i.e. HMRC employer register document or something similar).==> There is no such thing as an employer register that I know of. If the company was registered for PAYE, there would be an RTI/FPS even if there were no employees. If the company was not registered for PAYE, then the registration document should help.
#6-Letter from the accountant:
As per the Home office guide, I need a letter from the accountant fulfill the requirements below:
If they took over or joined an existing business, they must also provide a letter from
an accountant, to verify the job creation. The accountant’s letter must contain:
• the name and contact details of business
• the status of the applicant in the business
• the number of posts created in the business.
• dates of the employment created
• registration or permission of the accountant to operate in UK
• the date the accountant created the letter on behalf of the applicant
• If the business did not employ workers before the applicant took over or joined
it, confirmation of this
• a statement from the accountant to confirm the content of the letter to the Home
The accountant must not be the applicant (if they are working in their business as an
accountant) and must have a valid licence to practise or practising certificate.
#7- Other directors passport copy (in my case they are British)==> There is no requirement for this
#8-Employee passport copy (in my case he is British).
Could you please check the above, and highlight if i need to remove or add any document from the list above?,
Does the accountant letter (#6) can replace any of the other documents? ==> No
Another point, an employee have basic salary rate monthly of £1600, without anything mentioned on his payslip apart from basic salary (no number of hours or hourly rate mentioned), do I need to produce new payslips to show the number of hours and hourly rate? ==> No
Thanks in advance.