I had last year attempted to get HSMP and failed with such circumstances. If we are paid an allowance in UK, that cannot be shown as Salary. Normally, firms giving Salary in India and Allowance in UK do not pay any NI or other taxes on the UK allowance. So, that cannot be shown as salary. Also, since the Person is in UK, you have to calculate the Indian salary straight converted into UK Pounds, without the multiplier. (The New Tier 1 Assessment tool does this automatically).
So, to use the multiplier, the person must stay in the same country. This was clearly mentioned in the rejection letter I got the last time.
Given that, it was deemed I did not qualify. I have changed employers after that, and now I am paid a straight UK salary and Allowance in India. That is how I now qualify for Tier 1, and am waiting for decision.
abhishekagrawal79 wrote:Hi All,
I have one doubt. One of my couleague is showing Indian Earnings where as he was was in UK and getting UK allowance as well. But his majority earnings were paid in India as he was with an Indian Software firm.
So is it necessary that the person who is showing earnings from Country A shohld be staing in the same country to show earnings.
Thanks in avance.