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Thank you Ola . Took abit of time but I Got there eventually !!Olasunkanmi wrote:@ oluwaseun89, congratulations. You did a pretty good job in your documentation.
The 50k investment funds was held in a savings account . If the money is held in a savings account you would need to show how the money got into the savings account in the first place i.e (When money is transferred from source to destination it shows the account number and sort code of the payee) . The money was transferred from my current account (Source) into my saving (Destination)and I have provided the home office with these two statement clearly indicating the source of the transfer into the saving . so the answer your question in a nutshell (UK BANK STATEMENTS FOR BOTH CURRENT AND SAVINGS ACCOUNTS -source and destination)Entreprenuersweare wrote:Hi oluwaseun89
Please can you tell what document did you show to confirm the source of investment funds (£50,000) in your account. What was the content of the document?
Your help will be greatly appreciated.
raghava5254 wrote:hi i am thinking to apply on 25th of march, but my situation is waiting for business banking welcome letter, and 50000 bank statement. shall i post my application first and send these two documents later? is it possible or nor? i heard that if any document is missing, home office will reduce the fee and application is rejected is that true?
if i want to send the remaining documents after i submit application could you please tell me the process? much appreciate for ur help.
The policy guidance doesn't mention anything about having your "maintenance funds" in an ISA. I also bank with Barclay's and I submitted MY ISA Bank statement . An ISA is also a savings Account . However Having said this the policy guidance states that ISA'S cannot be used for the investment funds. Hope this clears the air a bit .fexnok wrote:Thanks a lot for posting your experience and congratulations for getting your visa approved.
I see that you kept your maintenance funds in an ISA is that a cash ISA?
I'm concerned because I'm on the same situation, £900 are in a Cash ISA with Barclays but according to the guidance they do not accept ISAs.
Could you clarify this?