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Make sure your name is shown against the loan (generally in the Notes section).Camel555 wrote: ↑Wed Apr 22, 2020 1:33 pmHi Marc/mods, My company accounts are due now, we have almost finlaised them and the accountant has shown the investment as 'Director Loan'. My request to you is, is this all that we have to show in financial accounts that we submit to hmrc/companies house. Is there anything else we need to do? I have read the guidelines, it sates :
d) If you have made the investment in the form of a director's loan:
(i) it must be shown in the relevant set of accounts provided,
(ii) unless the investment was made on or before 19 November 2015 and the date of
application is before 19 November 2021, the investment must be shown through readily
identifiable transactions in your business bank statements, which must clearly show the
transfer of this money from you to your business
So apart from showing 'directors loan' is there anything else that should be mentioned?
This will be the norm soonCamel555 wrote: ↑Thu Jul 23, 2020 12:56 pmHi Everyone,
Just wanted to update that i have also received an email telling that i wont have to attend biometric appointment and my previous ones will be reused. Its a good news as far as booking appointments is concerned but for the facial image they state that they are working on a new system where we will be able to upload the image using new system. Now how long will that take, no one knows. Some people are of opinion that appointment would ve been better as you wouldn't have had to wait for the facial image system.
What do you guys think? has anyone else received this?
Yes, extension is two years from date it is granted. So, you may not need another extension.Camel555 wrote: ↑Tue Sep 08, 2020 1:14 pmHi Marc/mods,
I have finally received the invite for idv app, but I have been advised not to use the app and go for online appointment due to app having many issues
I would like to request your opinion on an ILR matter, I missed my first full year in Uk where I did not spend 180 days,
But from this forum I hear that the extension start date of extension is the day when the visa gets issued, so as it will provide me with and additional 3-4 months of time( if it’s true that the visa start date will be the day they issue it rather than the day it got expired), does this mean that I won’t have to go for 2nd extension if my stay remains with 180 day rule counting backwards ?
In general no. The jobs need to be created after the extension date.Camel555 wrote: ↑Wed Sep 09, 2020 9:15 amthanks Marc,
but it does create another confusion, if the start date will be the issue date, then what about the jobs that i am maintaining post my existing expiry date which was in June, if extension starts from lets say Oct, will the jobs between June and Oct count towards my next extension requirements?