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itguy_uk
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UK allowances with Indian Salary - Very Strange

Post by itguy_uk » Thu Jul 31, 2008 8:19 pm

Hello all,

I'm currently in UK under Work Permit. I'm on a deputation / secondment payroll from India.

My UK salarys slip are having a component called "Indian Salary Paid in India = £100". But actually my employer is not paying anything in India. I'm planning to switch from WP to Tier-1 (General). I'm getting enough points with my UK salary. But my worry is, the "Indian Salary Component " in my UK payslips. Since my employer is not paying me that component in india, there is no bank statement proof for this..

Will this create any problem ? Though i have enough points, there might be a chance that the case worker might feel that i'm hiding some information.

Please advise

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Post by rajesh9pl » Fri Aug 01, 2008 4:36 am

It will not be a problem. Case worker will only make sure you are not claiming points for Indian salary again with India payslips and Indian Bank statement, which you are not. So, do not worry.

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Post by itguy_uk » Fri Aug 01, 2008 5:58 am

Thanks Rajesh...However i would like make one point clear that i'm not getting seperate indian payslips. Its only the UK payslip which contains the"Indian Salary Component". I have to produce this UK payslip as proof my UK earnings to the Home Office. In this case, will that create any confusion ?

Thanks

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Re: UK allowances with Indian Salary - Very Strange

Post by rajesh9pl » Fri Aug 01, 2008 7:43 am

itguy_uk wrote:Since my employer is not paying me that component in india, there is no bank statement proof for this..
It was clearly mention in your first post.

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Post by itguy_uk » Fri Aug 01, 2008 8:54 am

Thanks Rajesh..
Please bear with this newbie.. :?

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