-If you are not working in the UK and you come from the countries where fraud have been found ifrequently n the past, and your evidence come from these countries. (You will know, in which countries a lot of frauds have been found in the past, If you browse this forum)
- If the case raise eyebrow such as: Excessive salary above National avarage of income per capita in your countries while working in a small unlnown local companies, do not have website, it is not listed in yellow pages, etc, Think all of things like these which might raise eyebrow.
The chance that they will verify carefully is very high. They normally use professional service to do this tasks.
On one hand the argument that you do not have a good relation with your employers is compassionate. However on the other hand, We need to put ourselves on the CW shoes. In the past there have been reasonable number of fraud/ fraudulance documents have been found, in case there is no verifications how could they convince that the documents are genuine ??.
I remember back a few years ago when the HSMP is introduced, there were not too much verification were going on. Nowadays, it seems that they are very strict. What reason make them to change the rule ???
Hope this help.
To those who have applied, I was wondering if they really contacted your employers to verify the information provided. Did you tell your employer in advance? What did you tell them? Mine would react badly to it.